Broadway’s Aladdin Switches to Digital Lottery

News   Broadway’s Aladdin Switches to Digital Lottery
 
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Adam Jacobs in Aladdin Cylla von Tiedemann

The hit Disney musical Aladdin announced that it is moving its daily discount ticket lottery online starting April 4.

A limited number of $30 tickets will be made available to every performance via AladdinTheMusical.com/lottery. The lottery, which replaces the one that used to be conducted in front of the New Amsterdam Theatre each day, begins April 4.

Entries will be accepted beginning at 7 PM the day before each performance and will continue up until 8:30 AM on the day of the performance, at which point the lottery for that performance will be closed. Participants will be notified within minutes of the lottery closing whether or not they have won. Winners will then have one hour to pay for their tickets online by credit card. Seat locations are assigned based on availability and may not be transferred to other people or performances.

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The following terms and conditions for the Aladdin digital lottery will apply:

Limit 2 tickets per winner.

Tickets must be picked up from the box office with government-issued identification or they will be released for general sale.

Tickets may only be picked up within 30 minutes of the performance time.

Tickets are non-transferable.

Guests must be 18 years of age or older in order to enter.

Offer not valid on prior purchased tickets and may not be combined with any other offer.

All sales are final. No refunds.

Lottery tickets are not valid for exchanges or past-dated performance offers.

Not all seats are available for the lottery.

Blackout dates and other restrictions may apply.

Dates, times, prices and cast subject to change without notice.

The offer may be revoked without notice.

Full-price tickets can also be purchased online at AladdinTheMusical.com; by phone at (866) 870-2717, or in person at the New Amsterdam Theatre box office (214 W. 42nd Street).

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