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Get Into London Theatre logo£10-£40 West End theatre ticketsIncl Half A Sixpence, Wicked, School Of Rock. No fees

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Theatre lovers can go online to Get into London Theatre to grab £10-£40 tickets (norm £18.50-£72.50) for 40 London shows for performances until Fri 10 Feb. The tickets include matinée and evening performances, and some weekends.

There are 25,000 tickets available (as of Tue 24 Jan) which are spread randomly across all dates and shows, but tickets for specific performances are subject to availability and limited per performance – so it could be pot luck finding the show you want on a particular date. Some shows exclude weekends (such as Disney's The Lion King and Matilda The Musical).

Not all shows offer tickets at the lowest price point of £10, and the cheaper tickets for the more popular shows go very quickly – and some have sold out already.

Seats are discounted based on their price tier, so the amount of saving on the normal price will vary per show and per seat. £10 tickets will usually be the cheapest normal-priced seats in the theatre, and £40 tickets will be the top-priced (non-premium) seats.

Examples of discounted tickets (see the full price list)

For some shows, only one ticket price is included, such as £40. For others, there are a range of tickets available, from £10-£40. Here are some examples:

  • Babe The Sheep-Pig£10 tickets (norm £18.50) SOLD OUT
  • Half A Sixpence – £10 tickets (norm £25), £30 tickets (norm £47.50), £40 tickets (norm £72.50)
  • The Play That Goes Wrong – £10 tickets (norm £20) SOLD OUT, £20 tickets (norm £35) SOLD OUT, £30 tickets (norm £44.50)
  • Kinky Boots – £20 tickets (norm £39.50-£42.50), £30 tickets (norm £49.50-£62.50), £40 tickets (norm £69.50-£72.50)
  • Phantom Of The Opera – £20 tickets (norm £39.50), £30 tickets (norm £44.50), £40 tickets (norm £72.50)
  • Thriller Live – £20 tickets (norm £40), £30 tickets (norm £50), £40 tickets (norm £72.50)
  • Wicked – £20 tickets (norm £37.50), £30 tickets (norm £47.50-£57.50), £40 tickets (norm £67.50)
  • Disney’s The Lion King – £30 tickets (norm £47.50) SOLD OUT, £40 tickets (norm £69.50) SOLD OUT
  • Mamma Mia! – £30 tickets (norm £39.50), £40 tickets (norm £65)
  • Jersey Boys – £40 tickets (norm £69.50)
  • Matilda The Musical – £40 tickets (norm £67.50)
  • School Of Rock – £40 tickets (norm £69.50)

You'll get to see which seats are available during the booking process. There’s no limit to the number of performances you can get tickets for but you'll only be able to book a maximum of eight tickets per show. In the past, we've seen some shows increase their allocation of tickets and more shows have been added during the booking period, so it could be worth checking back.

It's important to note that tickets aren't refundable. There are no booking fees and the tickets will either be posted to you free of charge or you can collect them from the box office on the day of the performance.

Get Into London Theatre logo£10-£40 West End theatre tickets40+ shows incl Les Mis, The Gruffalo & Wicked. No fees

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Theatre lovers who use a Mastercard can register at Priceless London to get early access to £10-£40 tickets for over 40 London shows for performances between Sun 1 Jan and Fri 10 Feb. The tickets include matinée and evening performances, and some weekends.

Get into London Theatre opens for general booking for everyone on Tue 6 Dec, but Mastercard holders get priority booking until 9.59am on Tue 6 Dec – you'll need to be registered and pay with a Mastercard.

There are 100,000 tickets available which are spread randomly across all dates and shows, but tickets for specific performances are subject to availability and limited per performance – so it could be pot luck finding the show you want on a particular date. Some shows exclude weekends (such as Disney's The Lion King and Matilda The Musical).

Not all shows will offer tickets at the lowest price point of £10, and the cheaper tickets for the more popular shows are likely to go very quickly.

Seats are discounted based on their price tier, so the amount of saving on the normal price will vary per show and per seat. £10 tickets will usually be the cheapest normal-priced seats in the theatre, and £40 tickets will be the top-priced (non-premium) seats.

Examples of discounted tickets (see the full price list)

For some shows, only one ticket price is included, such as £10 or £20. For others, there are a range of tickets available, from £10-£40. Here are some examples:

  • The Gruffalo – £10 tickets (norm £18.50)
  • The Play That Goes Wrong – £10 tickets (norm £20), £20 tickets (norm £35), £30 tickets (norm £44.50)
  • Les Misérables – £10 tickets (norm £25), £20 tickets (norm £37.50), £30 tickets (norm £50), £40 tickets (norm £72.50)
  • Kinky Boots – £20 tickets (norm £39.50-£42.50), £30 tickets (norm £49.50-£62.50), £40 tickets (norm £69.50-£72.50)
  • Phantom of the Opera – £20 tickets (norm £39.50), £30 tickets (norm £44.50), £40 tickets (norm £72.50)
  • Thriller Live – £20 tickets (norm £40), £30 tickets (norm £50), £40 tickets (norm £72.50)
  • Wicked – £20 tickets (norm £37.50), £30 tickets (norm £47.50-£57.50), £40 tickets (norm £67.50)
  • Disney’s The Lion King – £30 tickets (norm £47.50), £40 tickets (norm £69.50)
  • Mamma Mia! – £30 tickets (norm £39.50), £40 tickets (norm £65)
  • Jersey Boys – £40 tickets (norm £69.50)
  • Matilda The Musical – £40 tickets (norm £67.50)

A maximum of eight tickets can be booked per show per cardholder and there’s no limit to the number of performances you can get tickets for. Tickets are non-refundable and seat allocations will be visible during the booking process. Shows may increase their allocation of tickets at any time and more shows may be added during the booking period.

There are no booking fees and the tickets will either be posted to you free of charge or you can collect them from the box office on the day of the performance. 

Get Into London Theatre logo£10-£40 West End theatre tickets50+ shows incl Bend It Like Beckham & Wicked

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Theatre lovers can go online to Get Into London Theatre to get £10-£40 tickets for 50+ shows, for performances until Fri 12 Feb. The tickets include matinée and evening performances and some weekends.

As of Mon 18 Jan there were about 94,000 discounted tickets available across all dates, but tickets for specific performances are subject to availability and limited per performance. Some shows exclude weekends (such as Disney's The Lion King and Matilda The Musical).

Not all shows are offering tickets at the lowest price point of £10 and the cheaper tickets for the more popular performances are likely to go very quickly. Some shows are now completely sold out, including Dinosaur Park and The Nutcracker.

Seats are discounted based on their price tier. So £10 tickets will be the cheapest normal-priced seats in the theatre, and £40 tickets will be the top-priced seats.

Examples of discounted tickets (see full price list)

For some shows, only one ticket price is included, such as £10 or £20. For others, there are a range of tickets available, from £10-£40. Here are some examples:

  • Guys and Dolls - £10 tickets (were £23.50) and £40 tickets (were £65) SOLD OUT
  • Bend It Like Beckham - £10 tickets (were £15), £20 tickets (were £29.50), £30 tickets (were £39.50) and £40 tickets (were £69.50)
  • The Railway Children - £10 tickets (were £25), £20 tickets (were £37.50), £30 tickets (were £49.50) and £40 tickets (were £69.50)
  • Les Misérables - £20 tickets (were £35), £30 tickets (were £45) and £40 tickets (were £69.50)
  • Thriller Live - £20 tickets (were £37.50), £30 tickets (were £49.50) and £40 tickets (were £69.50)
  • Wicked - £20 tickets (were £37.50), £30 tickets (were £47.50) and £40 tickets (were £67.50)
  • Disney's The Lion King - £30 tickets (were £47.50) and £40 tickets (were £69.50-£72.50)
  • Matilda The Musical - £40 tickets (were £67.50)
  • War Horse - £40 tickets (were £62.50) SOLD OUT

A maximum of eight tickets can be booked per show per cardholder and there’s no limit to the number of performances you can get tickets for. Tickets are non-refundable and seat allocations will be visible during the booking process. Shows may increase their allocation of tickets at any time and more shows may be added during the booking period.

There are no booking fees and the tickets will either be posted to you free of charge or you can collect them from the box office on the day of the performance. 

Get Into London Theatre logo£10-£40 West End theatre ticketsEarly access for Mastercard holders. 40+ shows, eg, Gruffalo

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Theatre lovers who use a Mastercard can register at Priceless London to get early access to £10-£40 tickets for over 40 shows between Fri 1 Jan and Fri 12 Feb. The tickets include matinée and evening performances on multiple days including some weekends.

Get into London Theatre opens for general booking for everyone on Tue 8 Dec, but Mastercard holders get priority booking until Mon 7 Dec (you'll need to pay with a Mastercard).

As of Tue 24 Nov, there were 130,000 tickets available across all dates, but tickets for specific performances are subject to availability. Not all shows will offer tickets at the lowest price point of £10, and the cheaper tickets for the more popular shows are likely to go very quickly.

Here are some examples of discounted tickets (see the full price list)

  • The Gruffalo £10 tickets (were £15)
  • Guys and Dolls £10 tickets (were £23.50) and £40 tickets (were £65)
  • Nutcracker £10 tickets (were £14), £20 tickets (were £39) and £30 tickets (were £45)
  • The Railway Children £10 tickets (were £25), £20 tickets (were £37.50), £30 tickets (were £49.50) and £40 tickets (were £69.50)
  • Les Misérables £20 tickets (were £35), £30 tickets (were £45) and £40 tickets (were £69.50)
  • Thriller Live £20 tickets (were £37.50), £30 tickets (were £49.50) and £40 tickets (were £69.50)
  • Wicked £20 tickets (were £37.50), £30 tickets (were £47.50) and £40 tickets (were £67.50)
  • Disney's The Lion King £30 tickets (were £47.50) and £40 tickets (were £69.50)
  • Matilda The Musical £40 tickets (were £67.50)
  • War Horse £40 tickets (were £62.50)

A maximum of eight tickets can be booked per show per cardholder and there’s no limit to the number of performances you can get tickets for. Tickets are non-refundable and seat allocations will be visible during the booking process.

There are no booking fees and the tickets will either be posted to you free of charge or you can collect them from the box office on the day of the performance. 

More info

Shows at The National (As You Like It, Evening at The Talk House) will not be available during the Mastercard priority booking period. Shows may increase their allocation of tickets at any time and more shows may be added during the booking period.

Get Into London Theatre logo£10-£40 West End theatre ticketsUp to £27 off. For 70 shows incl Wicked and The Lion King

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Theatre lovers can go online now to Get Into London Theatre to get £10-£40 tickets for 70 selected shows performed until Fri 13 Feb. The tickets include matinée and evening performances on multiple days including some weekends.

At the start of this deal there were 130,000 tickets available across all dates, but tickets for specific performances are subject to availability, and many have now gone. Not all shows will offer tickets at the lowest price point of £10, and the cheaper tickets for the more popular shows are likely to go very quickly.

Here are some examples of discounted tickets (see the full price list)

  • Cinderella, limited £10 tickets (were £16) and £20 tickets (were £29.50) SOLD OUT
  • Ghost Stories limited £10 tickets (were £25), £20 tickets (were £39), £30 tickets (were £45) and £40 tickets (were £55)
  • Madama Butterfly £20 tickets (were £31)
  • Les Misérables  limited £20 tickets (were £35), limited £30  tickets  (were £45) and limited £40 tickets (were £67.50)
  • Thriller Live £20 tickets (were £37.50), £30 tickets (were £49.50) and £40 tickets (were £67.50)
  • Wicked £20 tickets (were £35), £30 tickets (were £55) and £40 tickets (were £65)
  • Disney's The Lion King £30 tickets (were £37.50) and £40 tickets (were £57.50)
  • Billy Elliot £30 tickets (were £38.70) and £40 tickets (were £66.20)
  • War Horse £40 tickets (were £62.50)
  • Matilda The Musical limited £40 tickets (were £67.50) SOLD OUT

 A maximum of eight tickets can be booked per show and there’s no limit to the number of transactions that can be made. Tickets are non-refundable.

There are no booking fees and the tickets will either be posted to you free of charge or you can collect them from the box office on the day of the performance. 

More info

Multiple theatres participating in the West End, Barbican Centre, Greenwich Theatre and New Wimbledon Theatre.

Get Into London Theatre has advised that no seats available should have any restricted views and that seat allocations will be visible to customers during the booking process.

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