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$59 Orchestra Tickets to “Harry Potter” in SF

Rare 72-hour sale for $59 orchestra tickets for summer shows thru Sept. 4 that normally are $99-$279. Sale ends July 15th at 10am
By - posted 7/13/2022 No Comment

Wizzo! It’s the Summer of Magic  the exclusive West Coast production of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child at San Francisco’s Curran Theater (445 Geary St).

For just 72 hours, you can get $59 orchestra seats for any performance through September 4, 2022

The New York Times hails it as a Critic’s Pick! “Absolute astonishment. This new version is ravishingly entertaining.” Time Out declares, “Five Stars! Catch the magic now.”

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child – $59 Tickets / 72 Hours Only
Good for tickets through September 4, 2022
Curran, 445 Geary St., SF
Get $59 Orchestra Tickets (Normally $99-$279)

  • This offer applies to select orchestra seats, including some that normally sell for $279
  • $59 ticket offer good for summer tickets through Sept. 4, 2022
  • The best seats will go quickly
  • There are no per-ticket fees. Just one $5 fee per order (whether you buy 1 or 100+ tickets!)
  • Check for midweek tickets if weekend tickets are sold out
  • No code is required for this deal
  • Ticket offer starts at 10am on July 12, 2022
  • Must purchase by 10am on July 15, 2022

San Francisco is the only place in the US outside of Broadway to see Cursed Child and you have 72 hours to grab a seat at these magical prices. Get tickets for the show The New York Times hails as a Critic’s Pick! “Absolute astonishment.” Time Out declares, “Five Stars! Catch the magic now.” The Mercury News says, “It makes us remember just how magical live performance can be.”

  • Highest rating! “Wondrous and thrilling! This one-part cursed child packs even more power.”San Francisco Chronicle
  • “This breathtaking new version casts a thoroughly intoxicating spell!” –  The Mercury News / Bay Area News Group
  • Critic’s Pick! “Absolute astonishment. This new version is ravishingly entertaining.” – The New York Times
  •  “Irresistible fun for diehard fans or casual fans.”KQED


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