All the Broadway Cyber Monday deals you can get with TodayTix’s Cyber Sale
Broadway is back, and there’s no better way to celebrate than getting your friends and family together and going to see all the shows you’ve been missing. Many long-running shows that went on hiatus in 2020 have now reopened alongside a variety of brand-new musicals and plays. And with TodayTix’s Cyber Sale, you can get tickets to a bunch of them for even lower prices than usual.
Many Broadway shows have tickets available for under $40, which is the best deal you can get on Broadway. So whether you live in the city or you have a trip planned, now is the time to secure tickets in advance for a great deal.
Broadway shows under $40
More than 15 shows are offering tickets for less than $40 through our Cyber Sale. You can get tickets for your whole family or friend group to a show you’ve been dying to see, or treat yourself to another visit to your favorite play or musical!
Come From Away
Take a gander at the ticket price — $49 — and then grab some seats at Come From Away. The musical tells the true story of how the residents of Gander, Newfoundland, welcomed thousands of displaced plane passengers to their town in the week after 9/11.
Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times of The Temptations
It’s not just your imagination running away with you — Ain’t Too Proud has $39 tickets through our Cyber Sale. The story of The Temptations’ rise to legendary status is told with all the group’s most famous songs, like “My Girl,” “Get Ready,” and of course, the title track.
See a whole new world with Aladdin on Broadway, featuring all the songs from the beloved Disney film including “Friend Like Me,” “Prince Ali,” and “A Whole New World.”
Jagged Little Pill
Wake up and get Jagged Little Pill tickets from $39! The story of the seemingly perfect Healy family, who are all facing their own demons in secret, is told with the Grammy-winning songs from the Alanis Morissette album.
Caroline, or Change
Sharon D Clarke reprises her Olivier Award-winning turn in the titular role of Caroline, or Change, the anticipated revival of Tony Kushner and Jeanine Tesori’s 2003 musical. With a mix of gospel, klezmer, Motown, and blues music, Caroline, or Change tells how a young boy’s innocent gesture — leaving change in his pockets for his family’s poor maid — soon breeds resentment and greed. Get tickets from $29.
After a historic first Broadway run, which earned the most Tony Award nominations of any play in history, Slave Play is back for another limited engagement. Three interracial couples attend a sex therapy clinic when the attraction between them wanes, and in doing so, they confront how race, power, and history all play into their current relationships. Get tickets from $29.
freestyle love supreme
With $39 tickets available, you can go to freestyle love supreme more than once and never see the same show twice. The titular improv troupe, cofounded by Lin-Manuel Miranda, creates skits, rhymes, and full-blown musical numbers out of words and topics the audience suggests. You never know what you’ll see — or who you’ll see, as special guests like Wayne Brady, Daveed Diggs, and Miranda himself drop in from time to time.
Diana, The Musical
You’ll feel like royalty when you get tickets to Diana, The Musical for only $49. Watch how Diana Spencer, a 19-year-old thrust into a constant media spotlight when she married into the royal family, became the People’s Princess, a woman with a lasting legacy of using her platform for good, in style all the while.
To Kill a Mockingbird
See Harper Lee’s American classic novel, about an Alabama lawyer’s decision to defend a Black man and his daughter’s recollection of the aftermath, come to life onstage for $29. Jeff Daniels stars as Atticus Finch through January 2, followed by Oscar nominee Greg Kinnear from January 5.
$29 tickets to see Debra Messing in Birthday Candles make a great birthday (or holiday) gift! She plays a woman named Ernestine Ashworth, who bakes one birthday cake across 80 years as the rest of her world changes around her.
Flying Over Sunset
Flying Over Sunset is a send-up of a historical musical sure to take you on an unforgettable trip. The show imagines a fictional meeting of Aldous Huxley, Clare Boothe Luce, and Cary Grant in which they all go on an acid trip together in Malibu. Get tickets from $29.
Girl From the North Country
At $39, you can spend a few hours in Bob Dylan’s hometown of Duluth, Minnesota without leaving New York. Girl From the North Country takes place at an inn there, where the lives of the guests at the inn and the family that owns it all intertwine. The story is scored with Dylan’s catalog of music, played on authentic 1930s instruments.
There are $39 tickets, poppets! The classic Robin Williams film Mrs. Doubtfire is now a musical comedy, in which a dad separated from his family poses as an elderly British nanny to spend time with his kids again. It’s the perfect show to bring the family together.
The Phantom of the Opera
Hear the music of the night for only $29. Broadway’s longest-running show is still going strong after more than 30 years, entrancing audiences with the story of the young opera singer Christine Daaé. As she rises to stardom, she is caught in a love triangle between her friend from childhood and the mysterious man who dwells in the opera house’s shadows.
After meeting success in productions across the country, Dominique Morrisseau’s Skeleton Crew is premiering on Broadway, with tickets available from $39. Phylicia Rashad as a worker at Detroit’s only operating auto plant. The coworkers have always been a family, but when the plant ends up on the brink of closure, their strongest loyalties are tested.
Thoughts of a Colored Man
Keenan Scott II’s new play is a celebration of the complexity of Black manhood and Black joy, and you can see it for $49. The show takes place over the course of one day in Brooklyn, when seven Black men’s lives all intersect in various ways. Dance, song, and poetry are the means through which these men share their innermost dreams, fears, and victories.
Trouble in Mind
LaChanze stars in the Broadway premiere of Alice Childress’s play 65 years in the making. A seasoned Black actress wonders whether she’s willing to stick out her time in a starring Broadway role after facing an unwelcoming rehearsal environment with all-white male leadership. Get tickets from $29.
Broadway Cyber Sale theatre ticket deals
There are plenty more Broadway deals on offer with our Cyber Sale. You can get deals on tickets to long-running Broadway favorites like The Book of Mormon or Chicago, or check out a new show like Clyde’s or the latest revival of Company.
Moulin Rouge! The Musical
Welcome to the Moulin Rouge! From $69, see the iconic Baz Luhrmann film come to life with dozens of classic and modern pop songs and a timeless tale of love, all in one spectacle that you can-can’t miss.
The Book of Mormon
Tomorrow is a latter day, but today you can get $59 tickets to The Book of Mormon. This uproarious comedy follows a pair of missionaries trying to spread the Mormon faith to remote Ugandan villagers.
The Lehman Trilogy
Three men play three generations of Lehmans and dozens of others in The Lehman Trilogy, a three-part account of the Lehman Brothers financial firm and the often-tense relationships between the brothers and sons that ran it. Get tickets from $59.
What’cha gonna do when the ticket prices are down? Get some, of course, for only $49. Hadestown reimagines the classical Greek myth of Orpheus and Eurydice as a modern love story, where a bleak factory stands in for the underworld and jazz and folk music abound.
Now’s your chance to catch the razzle dazzle that’s been on Broadway for 25 years at Chicago. In this sinister-yet-sensational musical, the murderess Roxie Hart finds an unlikely path to stardom by way of her lawyer, Billy Flynn. He devises a scheme to curry the press’s sympathy for Roxie, getting her name in every paper and all but securing her a future as the celebrity she’s always wanted to be — if she gets acquitted, of course.
Who ordered the $49 tickets? Uzo Aduba stars in the titular role of two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage’s Clyde’s as an uncaring sandwich shop owner. Her staff, all formerly incarcerated, dream of creating the perfect sandwich and being able to escape the shop, the only place that will take them in.
Spending a few hours at Company is a great way to survive being alive. The revival of Stephen Sondheim’s musical comedy, led by Katrina Lenk and Patti LuPone, sees vignettes of the bachelorette Bobbie and all her friends, who wonder why she won’t settle down.
David Byrne’s American Utopia
Following a Tony Award-winning first Broadway run in 2019, American Utopia is back. Former Talking Heads frontman David Byrne leads an 11-person troupe in a theatrical concert of his greatest hits and new music, with stories from his life in between. Get tickets from $45.
Dear Evan Hansen
Today is going to be a great day and here’s why: You can get $69 tickets to Dear Evan Hansen. The show centers on an anxious, misfit teen who unwittingly starts a movement to uplift outcasts everywhere, but only after tangling himself in a lie he’s not sure how to get out of.
We’re serving up $59 tickets to Waitress as part of our Cyber Sale! Now in its second Broadway engagement, Waitress centers on Jenna, a waitress and pie chef at a small diner. Stuck with a callous husband and an unexpected pregnancy, Jenna is longing for a new lease on life. A pie-baking contest, which promises a cash prize to the winner, might just be the opportunity she’s been looking for.