Chicago on Broadway: A Ticket Guide

Everything you need to know about where, when and how to purchase tickets for the show (without being taken advantage of)

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What can you expect to learn from this post?

Hi there! Thanks for stopping by. In this post I collected all relevant information about the various ways to buy tickets for Chicago the Musical on Broadway which performs at the Ambassador Theatre in Manhattan.

 

The information and buying tips you will find here are not only based on many years of experience in the ticket industry but also on unique price data from actual ticket sales that you won’t find anywhere else.

 

My goal is that after reading this article, you will know where and how to buy tickets for this musical (both online and in person), what discount codes to use, what is the best time to make the purchase, what are the best seats to get and a few other useful tips and tricks. At the end of this post I’ve included some information about the performance itself, a few words about its plot and the reception by the critics and the general public.

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Where to buy tickets online?

If you read one thing from this post, let it be this section. Please don't just google "Chicago on Broadway tickets" and buy from the first result that comes up. This is a rookie mistake. Chances are you will end up overpaying for your seats. 

 

Below you can find a table with the most popular verified websites selling tickets for Chicago the Musical. 

website price
from $59 buy
from $69 buy
from $357 buy
from $357 buy

Why the big difference?

 

There are many reasons for this but the main one is that the online vendors can be split into two groups - primary and secondary. Primary vendors sell tickets for the first time to the public (think the box office at the venue). Secondary vendors, on the other hand, are websites where anyone can list their tickets for resale. In general, resellers are looking to make a profit so they sell their tickets at a markup from the price they originally bought them from the primary market.