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[VIC] Tickets to 3x Melbourne Symphony Orchestra Concerts for $150+BF (Save over $200 off Premium Seats)

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From website:

72 hours only!

Choose your favourites from the concerts below – with tickets only $50* when you buy three or more. MSO subscribers also receive a further 10% off!

All performances take place at Hamer Hall unless otherwise stated. To book, simply click ‘Book Series’.

Hurry! This offer ends 12pm Thursday 27 June, 2019.

Terms and Conditions
*Plus transaction fee $5 via phone/website or $2.50 via Box Office Postage $2 (if applicable). Concert inclusions are subject to change without notice. Concert cash cards cannot be used for this offer. Full T&C’s here.

Includes Premium Seats (usually $123).

For first time concertgoers, my recommendations would be:
- Elgar's Cello Concerto (in addition to the Concerto being awesome, the concert includes R. Strauss Also Sprach Zarathustra, aka the theme to 2001 A Space Odyssey);
- Berlioz Symphonie fantastique; and
- Mozart and Elgar (includes Elgar Enigma Variations which was featured in the soundtrack to Dunkirk).

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    Would also recommend Tchaikovsky's.
    Also if anyone didn't know, you can get $20 tickets to almost every MSO concert if you're a student (can't get premium seats though)

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      How does it work with purchasing multiple ones?

      I did this last year when I had a current student ID card on me (had finished the course, but the card was still current), and the missus also had one. But now she's the only one who is currently a student with any student ID. Could she buy two tix for the both of us at that rate or do we both need to be current students?

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        Hmm I've done this once and even though I bought tickets for two (and both of us were students), we weren't asked to show student ID at any stage. I'm not sure what the actual rules are or if they would usually check for student ID

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        It doesn't, one ticket per student.
        You have to pick it up on the night if you buy online. They check, there's a new sign on each desk to remind them.
        Source - We were there on the weekend.

        Try for $30 tix at six (line start 4pm - unless it's super popular).

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    The best one is Rachmaninov coupled with Mozart's Marriage of Figaro…which is one of cinema's great in jokes (fans of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory know what I'm referring to).

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    I tried, but I can't work out your website - probably just me…

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    Gonna go see the bear in the little car, huh?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kXj37YG2FJw