Halloween, On Broadway?

by Jennifer Donovan

Holidays are typically a down time in the theater district and a great alternative to the typical events.  I remember when we lived in Houston, we once saw a show on the 4th of July, because they had a special “name your price” feature.

Check out these great deals on Broadway shows for this Halloween weekend (in New York City and some nationwide too!):

  • Get a free childrens ticket (age 6 to 18) for each adult ticket you buy to select shows through Kids Night on Broadway, including STOMP, Mary Poppins, the Addams Family and more.
  • There are also special NYC parking and restaurant deals that you can get by showing your tickets to selected shows on Halloween. There’s even a Halloween party at Madame Tussauds’ Wax Museum and Trick or Treating after the matinee shows!
  • Discount for  Lombardi at Circle in the Square Theater, I recently had the pleasure of seeing this and this is an offer that can’t be beat. Tickets for this special 3:00pm Halloween matinee are available at a special price of $40 by visiting BroadwayOffers.com and using code “VINCE40″ or by calling Telecharge at (212) 239-6200 or by bringing a copy of this offer to the Circle in the Square Theatre box office on West 50th Street between Broadway and 8th Avenue.

    Read my review of Lombardi on Broadway, and check out the giveaway right here at 5 Minutes for Mom.

  • Celebrating Halloween means that Christmas is around the corner. Take advantage of a very special offer to see the brand-new Broadway show ELF (based on my very favorite Christmas movie ever!). See ELF On Broadway & Save with a Special Limited Time Offer. Purchase 2 regular tickets and bring 2 kids (ages 4 to 18) free! Offer available November 2 through November 13th only. Click HERE for details.

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Jennifer Donovan has been a part of the 5 Minutes for Mom team since 2007. She writes product reviews, covers events, and manages the 5 Minutes for Books weekly column and website. She lives in Houston and blogs at Snapshot about life with her family.

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