expired [SA] Aladdin The Musical - Tickets $72 + Booking Fee

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A number of tickets for various performances between now and early June are available for $72 each, plus an $8.95 per transaction booking fee (so if you're going as a group or are wanting to book many shows via Bass it's most cost effective to do them all in one hit to only get charged $8.95 once) for tickets to see Aladdin the Musical at the Adelaide Festival Centre. Not a bad deal given tickets are $150+ usually.

Available until midday Saturday or sold out.

Terms stolen from the website:

$72 OFFER
*A one off BASS service and handling fee of $8.95 applies per transaction; this is regardless of the number or value of items purchased. Offer available from 15 May until 12noon 18 May, or until allocation exhausted. Offer price applies to selected Premium, A Reserve and B Reserve seats for performances from 15 May to 9 June, and is strictly subject to availability. Click link above to activate this offer price. Offer price cannot be applied retroactively to previously purchased tickets or used in conjunction with any other offer.

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Comments

  • +1 vote

    This is a great production - the costumes and staging are so stunning … with an impressive magical flying carpet. Wish I was in Adelaide, just thinking about it gives good vibes. The Genie (Gareth Jacobs) and Aladdin (Ainsley Melham) and the other cast - all absolutely brilliant!

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    It is not clear how to find those seats.
    The ones I found are for $89.

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      Just simulating a buy, seems you are right, if I choose my own seats, the lowest I can get for a night show is $80 (Wed night) and $75 (Wed 1pm). But if I just pick "Best Seats Available", a screen asks for the number of tickets to buy. Won't allow Premium for $72, but allow A Reserve selection. Put in the number of seats, keep going, and it will arrive at a page that shows the cart and the seats you get. A pity this means you cannot choose the seats.

      See what you get - my simulation gives me rather far away seats like P and R rows.
      If you are going on a day costing $75, $80, etc, it might be worth paying the few extra $ to be able to pick better seats at the front.

      Hope this helps.

  • +1 vote

    I'm not sure if the prices have increased, but we managed to get seats at the beginning of the month for $60 just by searching different days (the missus actually found box seats for $60 on a Wednesday afternoon).
    It is a very good production.