How To Get Free ‘Mean Girls’ Broadway Tickets

The Broadway adaptation of “Mean Girls” has big plans for Oct. 3.

"Mean Girls" is giving away free tickets to fans for an Oct. 3 performance. The cast is pictured at the Tony Awards on June 10, 2018 in New York City. Photo: Theo Wargo/Getty Images for Tony Awards Productions

By Nicole Massabrook, International Business Times

“Mean Girls” fans know Oct. 3 is a very important day in the movie. It’s the day that Aaron Samuels asks Cady Heron what the date is, and obviously, such a momentous occasion must be commemorated. The Broadway show is celebrating with free tickets.

Oct. 3 has become known as “Mean Girls” Day, so it makes sense that the musical wants to celebrate the fans on that date. The Wednesday, Oct. 3 performance at 7 p.m. will be free, but obviously, the August Wilson Theater in New York City can’t hold every Regina George follower. Only those lucky enough to win the lottery will get to be in the audience.

[post_ads]Those who want to win have to plan ahead. The lottery is currently open, and entrants simply have to enter to win on the Lucky Seat website. All that’s required is a name, email address and zip code. Entries have to be submitted before Aug. 7 at 11:59 p.m. EDT.

Each person can only enter once, and the winners will receive two tickets each. The website doesn’t specify how many tickets are being given away for free, but the Oct. 3 date is not on sale to the public. It seems like the house will be packed with lucky fans. Winners will start to learn about their status on Aug. 8 around 10 a.m. EDT. All entrants will be informed of their status by Aug. 10.

It sounds like the Oct. 3 attendees might get more than just the show. The website promises “totally fetch surprise appearances and more to be announced soon.”

“Mean Girls” was nominated for 12 Tony Awards this year, and despite winning none, it has steadily packed the August Wilson Theater. The week of July 29 marked the fifth time that the musical broke the theater’s house box office record, pulling in $1,595,340.30 and filling the house to over 100 percent of its capacity.

The Broadway show is an adaptation of the 2004 movie about a homeschooled student who moves from Africa to Illinois where she attends public school for the first time. The film’s writer, Tina Fey, returned to pen the book, and her husband, Jeff Richmond, wrote the music. It opened on Broadway in April, and a national tour will launch this fall.


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