Tuesday, March 05, 2013

Customer Story

Today's customer story comes all the way from the great state of Massachusetts. Framingham to be exact. This past Friday I recieved a call from a travel agent who's client was planning a trip to New York in May and wanted to see a couple of shows while they were here. I take that back. She wanted to see three shows and they needed six tickets for all of them. Not only that but they wanted to sit in the first ten rows of the Orchestra in the center. No problem right? So anyway their choices were Matilda The Musical, Once, and Nice Work Of You Can Get It.

Two award winning musicals and one that most are already predicting will take the top prize at this year's Tony Awards. Now even though they were somewhat specific about their seats I managed to convince them that the best seats for Matilda are actually in the Front Mezzanine. Trust me. I've been in that theatre many times and I have always sat in the Mezzanine. Plus I got them for a non-premium rate. Well they loved that. One show down. Two to go. Now while I may prefer to sit upstairs for most shows I actually agreed with them when it came to Once.

For one it is a small theatre but it is also a very intimate show. When you are up close you truly feel like you are part of the action. When all was said and done I was able to get them excellent seats in the fifth row center of the Orcheastra. Two shows down. One to go. Last but not least was Nice Work If You Can Get It. Now normaly seats in the first eight to ten rows in the center are considered Premiun seats. However for this particular show the center seats were being sold at a regular rate. So there you have it folks. Three great shows at amazing prices to boot. Who says you can't great deals during a holiday weekend? Another satisfied customer. Will you be next?

Applause Theatre and Entertainment Service, Inc.
311 West 43rd Street
Suite 1105
New York,NY 10036
212-307-7050 or 1-800451-9930

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