Thursday, April 1, 2010

April 1-30: Noah the Musical, $10 each for local residents

This one's just for locals.  If you live near Branson, Missouri (including in Harrison), one of the benefits for the bargain-aware is that many of the shows offer "local appreciation" specials during the offseason.  This gives them a chance to build local goodwill and word-of-mouth and gives their performances an audience as they prepare their shows for the hordes of visitors that descend during traditional vacation seasons.

It gives my family a rare chance to see Branson entertainment, as we would never- and I mean never- pay what most vacationers do to see these shows. 

Anyway, it's local appreciation season for the Sight and Sound Theatre in Branson.  Noah the Musical can be seen for just $10 a ticket through April 30.

You'll need to bring a utility bill or something that will prove your resident status, but once you do you can purchase up to 15 (!) of the tickets.  Since seeing the show usually costs $47 per adult ticket, this is a significant savings and a chance to see what's supposed to be quite a spectacle of a show.

Questions or to make reservations?  Give them a call at (800) 377-1277.

3 comments:

Kerri Fivecoat-Campbell April 2, 2010 at 5:42 AM  

Kim, you always have such wonderful savings posts on here. Is this for all of the theaters? I saw one of the guys who plays in this musical on Wheel of Fortune the other night!

Kim April 5, 2010 at 8:59 AM  

This deals' for just this one theater, Kerri, but if you keep your eyes and ears open (newspaper and radio, and word-of-mouth), you'll see other theaters offer similar deals throughout the year-- mostly early Christmas season and spring.

KHOZ had Devito's discounts available on its Bids for Bargains website last week, by the way. :)

Kerri Fivecoat-Campbell April 6, 2010 at 8:20 AM  

Thanks, Kim. And I didn't watch the Bids for Bargains website last week, darn it!

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