How to Plan
Broad Tour makes planning a trip to the theatre easy and fun, including the latest news and videos to help you discover the perfect show. In this section, we give you everything you need to plan a trip: travel resources, tips on requesting tickets, info on what to expect at the theatre, and more.
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- Always request the maximum number of tickets you could possibly use. You can always decrease the number prior to paying, but you may not be able to increase.
- Provide up to two alternate choices (seating, date, or show) when placing a request. This site allows you to include up to three choices on the same request and place them in order of preference. Think about what’s important to your group—the seats, date, or price—and add your alternate choices accordingly.
- For best availability, consider requesting the front mezzanine. Many Broadway theatres are smaller than you might expect, so sitting in the mezzanine can provide a great view and increase your chances of getting the show and date you want.
- The same goes for weeknight performances, which generally have better availability than weekends. Plus, some weeknight performances start a little earlier—just be sure to check the start time when you place a request.