Cheap theatre tickets £7 School of Rock, £8.50 Wicked etc. with code from lastminute.com
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Cheap theatre tickets £7 School of Rock, £8.50 Wicked etc. with code from lastminute.com

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Found 26th May 2017
Lastminute.com had a code for £10 off theatre tickets - 'theatre10' which results in some good bargains. You need to do separate bookings for each ticket for the best discounts.

School of Rock - £7

Wicked £9.50

Matilda £18.00

Etc.

The code can be used for any theatre performance on any date.

Code expires midnight 28th May

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You have to buy 2 tickets though meaning you can only get £10 off the total price making it £24 for 2 tickets no?
Sorry just worked out how you can buy single tickets
bigpappasmurf13

Sorry just worked out how you can buy single tickets



How? Possible to ensure they are next to each other?
Heat although if you want money off the cheapest tickets, the seats will be at the back.

gibzen1

How? Possible to ensure they are next to each other?


I had 2 pages open on my phone and selected the dates I wanted on both pages and got tickets next to each other. I was a little worried something might not work and I'd ending up losing one of the tickets but it worked out fine.
Editor
Cracking offer, thanks OP
I have taught quite a few of the kids that are in school of rock! Well worth going if you can.
What is the code please?
Thanks OP, managed to get two tickets for Kinky Boots for £20 each.
marinaducros1

What is the code please?



theatre10
i dont get the seating plan though?
I guess there are on sale as we have the highest torrorism alert.
Amazing deal!! Just booked a few tickets!
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moneysm

i dont get the seating plan though?



Take note of the seats they’re offering you and look them up on theatremonkey, they have seating plans for all the theatres in London and rate each seat for view etc. theatremonkey.com/INF…htm
When does the code expire?
l0islane

Take note of the seats they’re offering you and look them up on t … Take note of the seats they’re offering you and look them up on theatremonkey, they have seating plans for all the theatres in London and rate each seat for view etc. http://www.theatremonkey.com/INFORMATIONBYSHOWTITLEAtoZ.htm



Some don't specify the seats, just says "best available" e.g. Aladdin, whereas Wicked does give the seat refs.
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toonarmani

Some don't specify the seats, just says "best available" e.g. Aladdin, … Some don't specify the seats, just says "best available" e.g. Aladdin, whereas Wicked does give the seat refs.



That's how lastminute.com often works with theatre tickets, especially when they are discounted, it gives the theatre the freedom to seat you where it suits them, sometimes it works out well and you get upgraded and sometimes you just get the level of seats you've paid for.
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123curtis

When does the code expire?



"The voucher can be used on any available performance date until May 28th midnight"
l0islane

That's how lastminute.com often works with theatre tickets, especially … That's how lastminute.com often works with theatre tickets, especially when they are discounted, it gives the theatre the freedom to seat you where it suits them, sometimes it works out well and you get upgraded and sometimes you just get the level of seats you've paid for.



Yeah, just clarifying why someone else above said how can you get 2 seats together. There's no guarantee for some performances, but others you could book 2 singles but know if they were together or not before booking.
Ooo I'm so tempted - but I've seen Wicked (loved it) and not the others, so tempted to go for what I like instead of risking something else... which I'd probably also like. Ohh the dilemma! Ponder ponder ponder...
the price shown says from £17.50 but then the lowest one is £28?
Thanks just booked dream girls £13 each
Edited by: "pudding" 26th May 2017
To the people who've booked tickets, may I ask if any of you got seats near the front or middle of the stalls?

The cheapest tickets are presumably near the back and/or restricted view?
Amazing deal! I've booked loads of tickets

The woman in Black - £7.50
Motown The Musical - £12
The Comedy About a Bank Robbery - £8
The Book of Morman - £25
Matilda - £18
Over.The.Knee

To the people who've booked tickets, may I ask if any of you got seats … To the people who've booked tickets, may I ask if any of you got seats near the front or middle of the stalls?The cheapest tickets are presumably near the back and/or restricted view?



I booked 2 for school of rock. Got row B which appears to be the front of the Circle with the railings in front. Looked on reviews for the seats with pictures and doesn't look to bad at all, especially for £7 each!
Edited by: "bigpappasmurf13" 26th May 2017
band A doesn't mean row A
Over.The.Knee

To the people who've booked tickets, may I ask if any of you got seats … To the people who've booked tickets, may I ask if any of you got seats near the front or middle of the stalls?The cheapest tickets are presumably near the back and/or restricted view?

bigpappasmurf13

https://seatplan.com/uploads/reviews/396-20170512154224.jpeg





Thanks for your very helpful reply! Looks like you got a bargain, have a great time!
moneysm

band A doesn't mean row A



Who said it did?
Are these for London only... No travelling shows I.e Newcastle or Sunderland ... Good price heat added
Thanks for this. Managed to get 4 x School of Rock tickets for a billy bargain, all sitting together (by having 4 windows open!) for a matinee in the summer hols. Heat added.
just booked 2 single "best available" seats. confirmation of booking through, but no seat numbers yet...emailing theatre now to ask to be put together!
"seat plan" shows reviews for your chosen seats if LM allocates them
Thanks, picked up a couple of tickets for £16.50!!
Cheers OP
Code has now expired
Thanks again OP!
Seen a few shows already, and even had seats upgraded!
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