#NJMOM Hack: Broadway Roulette

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Seeing a Broadway show with your family is a must for your #NJMOM Bucket list. There are so many ways to see a Broadway show: stand on the half-price ticket line, press your luck during a lottery, or buy straight from the source. But have you heard of our newest #NJMOM Hack? Broadway Roulette is a pretty cool way to see your favorite Broadway show (still waiting to see Hamilton) – or catch a new one and for a good price.

You pick the day, they pick the show with Broadway Roulette all tickets are just $49-$59

You could possibly see some of the country’s most popular shows including Hamilton, Aladdin, Phantom of the Opera, The Lion King, and Wicked. Psst! Springsteen on Broadway is even on this list.

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How Broadway Roulette works

Buying tickets with Broadway Roulette is fairly simple and straight forward on their website. You pick the day you want to go and the number of tickets you’ll need. You can book tickets anywhere from the day before to three months in advance. Give a little info such as name and email address, set your show preferences, and then ‘spin’ for tickets. All tickets are just $49 to $59. BONUS: play “family-friendly” roulette which will eliminate shows that aren’t suitable for kids.

Broadway Roulette will send you details and information about your show on the morning of the date you’ve chosen. Tickets will be picked up at the theater, or at a nearby location from one of the Broadway Roulette representatives.

For more information, visit them online at broadwayroulette.com.

Psst!  Did you spin? Snap a photo in front of the theater and don’t forget to hashtag #NJMOM and tag @njmom, and your little cuties could be featured in our next photo round-up.


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Erika is a yogi, writer, coffee enthusiast, and world traveler. If she's not at the beach or chasing the sunset, she's looking for the best iced coffee she can find and planning her next adventure. Her favorite NJ spots include The Saint, Island Heights, and Lava Java House.

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