Did you know there’s a rewards program for Broadway? One of Sharon and my favorite trips is going to New York to see Broadway shows. We have our favorites, like Hamilton, The Book of Mormon and Avenue Q, but we also try to see some new shows as much as possible. While we love seeing any productions, I also make sure we earn points every time we go to the theater.
Audience Rewards is a loyalty program for Broadway. When you buy tickets for most Broadway shows, you just need to include your Audience Rewards number on the reservation and you’ll receive your points after you’ve seen the show. You can enroll in the program for free at the Audience Rewards website.
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It’s the time of the year when we need to decide our travel schedule for the following year. This is a necessary task because my work obligations make me put in for coverage if I want an entire week, or two, away from my job. The good thing about this is it forces Sharon and I to decide where we want to travel, Right now this is especially important because we don’t have any trips planned in 2019. What?!?!?!?! We need to fix that ASAP!
Now, we have “ideas” about what we want to go and when we want to go but it’s a different thing to set a date. It’s helpful because it was at this time last year we finally firmed up dates for our overdue visit New Orleans (where we had a parade to celebrate).
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When visiting New York City, one of the things on many peoples’ “must do” list is to see a Broadway show. Over the past decade or two that’s become somewhat more difficult to do, since the prices for some shows have risen astronomically, and other shows are just seemingly impossible to get tickets for, unless you order them months, if not well over a year in advance. Despite this, there are several ways to try to get last-minute tickets, even for those really popular shows, that may or may not cost a fortune.
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It’s the weekend, y’all! HOORAY! Here’s a quick recap of the posts we wrote this week:
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Sharon and I just finished a very quick trip to NYC. We left on a Friday morning and returned late Sunday night. We don’t usually take such short trips but there was one reason we went to New York just for a weekend.
That’s right. While I confidently say I do have the greater tech skills in the family, Sharon has GoogleFu skills which outshine mine. When we saw Hamilton on Broadway a year ago last November, we decided we needed to see it again. That became quite a difficult task since it had become the hardest ticket to get since……well since we were alive.
My schedule currently gives me alternate long weekends off from work. So our plan was that when/if Sharon found tickets available, she would get them for a weekend I was off. It was then up to me to make the trip work.
Well, Sharon got tickets and I started planning. I’ll break the trip up into segments because I think each one is interesting on its own merits.
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