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The Boston Ballet's 2012-2013 starts in about a month, so I thought I'd let everyone know about a few ways to save some cash on tickets. 

Tickets start at $29 for season ballets (like Fall Program) and $35 for The Nutcracker.

Additional ways to save include:
·        Curtain Pass is an amazing deal. $156 for 7 tickets to use however you wish. (Subject to availability. Valid on all performances of season ballets and select performances of The Nutcracker.) Works out to be less than $23 per ticket, and you usually get terrific seats, worth 2 to 4 times what you’ve paid. It’s a punch card, redeemed day of the performance, so similar to Rush but you don’t need to be a student or senior.
·        Senior Rush (65+) is based upon availability, but we typically do all weekend matinees. $20 cash, up to two hours before the performance, at the Opera House.
·        Student Rush (full-time students with ID) is also based upon availability, but we typically do it for all performances, as long as there are seats left. Also, $20 cash, up to two hours before the performance, at the Opera House.
·        Student subscriptions are $20 per ticket, and you can get really great seats, seats that can be over $100 each!
·       Group Sales, for patrons attending a performance as a group of 10 or more, can save up to 50%, depending on the performance. Also eligible for exclusive add-ons, like Opera House tours and event-planning assistance.

Click (here) for more info.
 


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