Lincoln Center TKTS Booth to Be Open Seven Days a Week

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Theatre Development Fund’s ticket booth has also changed its policy for purchasing matinee tickets.
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Beginning February 5 Theatre Development Fund's indoor TKTS Lincoln Center discount booth—located at the Zucker Box Office in Lincoln Center’s David Rubenstein Atrium, 61 West 62nd Street, between Broadway and Columbus Avenue—will be open seven days a week, no longer closed on Mondays.

Theatre fans will also have more opportunities to purchase tickets to matinees: Matinee performance tickets will now be available on the day of the performance in addition to the day prior to the performance.

TKTS Lincoln Center patrons will be able to purchase tickets at discounts of up to 50 percent off for Broadway, Off-Broadway, and Lincoln Center performances. The new TKTS Lincoln Center hours are Monday through Saturday from noon to 7 PM and Sundays from noon to 5 PM.

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“We’re excited to be able to serve a growing constituency of local residents and visitors eager to get the best prices and best locations to same-day Broadway, Off Broadway and Lincoln Center performances which are available at our newest TKTS location,” said TDF Managing Director Michael Naumann in a statement. “We know that adding same-day matinee sales will make it easy for people to be spontaneous on a weekend, decide to see a show, stop by, and choose from the dozens that are always available.”

TDF operates three other TKTS Discount Booths: TKTS Times Square (Broadway and 47th Street); TKTS Seaport (Front and John Streets), and TKTS Downtown Brooklyn (in 1 MetroTech Center). Shows available for sale can be seen in real-time through the TKTS app or online at tdf.org/tktslive.

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