Past Dated Tickets

Have you ever ordered tickets in advance and then the day before or the day of you realize you can’t go to the show anymore? Normally in that situation you panic and try to sell those tickets as fast as possible, usually on Facebook. Well, before you hit panic mode you should know that a lot of shows have something called a “past date.” What this means, is that if you have tickets to a show that were not used on the date of the performance, you can call the box office the following Monday and tell them you have post-dated tickets and ask what day of the week you can attend the show. The box office will let you know the available dates and will issue you another pair of tickets for whichever day you choose.


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2016-10-13T16:27:03+00:00 August 13th, 2014|Tips and Tricks|1 Comment
  • Dena Shapiro

    Good to know. Knowing that you can change the date of the ticket if something comes up makes it easier to buy tickets in advanced!