How to Enter the “Cursed Child” Weekly Ticket Ballot!
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child tickets flew out the door when they went on sale last fall. With the show only a few weeks away from previewing, more information has been revealed about the weekly ticket ballot.
When tickets were first announced, we were told that a weekly allocation of tickets would be released, making it easier for fans to see the show at a reasonable price. Details about the Friday Forty were released yesterday, and we’re glad to be able to bring you more information about how you can get these tickets.
Every Friday at 1:oo p.m. BST, 40 tickets will be released. In order to have a chance to get these tickets, you must join the online queue, where fans will be selected at random to have a chance to buy up to two tickets for a performance the following week. These tickets will only be available online.
Here’s some more details from the official page.
Tickets will be located in great seats throughout the theatre and will be priced at £30 during previews (£15 per part from 7 June until 30 July) and £40 (£20 per part from 3 August after the [o]fficial [o]pening) and will secure a seat for both Part [I] and Part [II] in consecutive performances. You will be able to purchase a maximum of two tickets for both Part [I] and Part [II] in one transaction.
During the previews, tickets will be £30 (£15 per part), and from August 3, tickets will be £40 (£20). Tickets will be available here, so if you’re hoping to try for tickets, then make sure you bookmark that page and set your reminders!
The first ticket ballot will take place on Friday, June 3. Since there is not a regular schedule during early previews, the shows that will available through the first ballot will be for performances on June 7 (Part I), 9 (Part II), 11 (Part I), and 14 (Part II).
Will you be trying to get tickets in the ballot? Let us know in the comments!