Tuesday, December 1, 2009

NEWSFLASH: $35, Best Seats to See 'Phantom' in Durham, 40% OFF

From the Travelzoo Newsdesk:

DURHAM--DECEMBER 1, 2009-- Tickets for the "The Phantom of
the Opera" at the Durham Performing Arts Center (DPAC) have
just been reduced by up to 40% OFF regular prices.

Seats are now available starting at $35, even for prime
weekend performances. This discount is available for shows
at DPAC through Dec. 20.

Available ticket levels:
- Front Balcony ... $35 (reg. $57-$62)
- Orchestra/Grand Tier ... $50 (reg. $77-$82)

Orchestra/Grand Tier seats are $35 for Thursday matinee

"The Phantom of the Opera" has won seven Tony Awards
including Best Musical and holds the title as the longest-
running Broadway musical of all time.

To purchase this exclusive offer, click below. Enter the
code "RAOUL" in the Promotions & Special Offers box.
Additional fees of $6.25-$7.50 per ticket will be added.
(Full price tickets are subject to the same fees.)

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