TKTS for Producers

Sell Your Tickets At The Booth.
Many producers utilize the TKTS Discount Booths as a direct marketing tool. In return for offering same-day discounts of 20%, 30%, 40%, or 50% off full-price tickets, you’ll have access to a large and enthusiastic audience and will be able to generate additional revenue and fill surplus seats. At the same time, you’re helping support a non-profit organization dedicated to sustaining and sharing the arts. The support comes in the form of our service fee of only $4.50 that is added to the price of each ticket. There are no fees deducted from the price of your ticket.

Your show will be listed on our TKTS app with detailed information about your production. This will help market your show to the over 1.5 million people that have already downloaded our app. 

This past fiscal year, TKTS Discount Booths distributed 1,429,941 tickets to hundreds of theatre, dance and music productions and returned $108,103,096 in revenue to these productions. 

To learn more about selling tickets to your production at any TKTS booth, please call 212-912-9770, ext. 201.


What Types of Shows are Eligible?


Equity

Broadway, City Center, theatrical productions at Madison Square Garden and Radio City Music Hall, theatrical and dance productions at BAM

FULL OFF-BROADWAY CONTRACTS, LORT CONTRACTS

Roundabout, Manhattan Theatre Club, Lincoln Center, Theatre for a New Audience

ANTC THEATRES (After first eight weeks of run)

Atlantic Theater Company, Signature Theater Company, MCC, Classic Stage Company, The New Group, Primary Stages, Vineyard, Women’s Theatre Project

AGVA AND AGMA CONTRACTS

Carnegie Hall, Avery Fisher Hall (minimum house size of 150)

THE FOLLOWING TYPES OF SHOWS ARE NOT ELIGIBLE:

  • Mini-contract shows, showcases, rock concerts, comedy and improv shows (except in Broadway houses)
  • Shows performed in a theatre with less than 100 seats
  • Shows performed less than 8 performances per week

Posting Policy at TKTS Booths


 As of May 12, 2014 TKTS will list show titles on the boards as they are listed on the cover of the shows Playbill.