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Is There a Distinctly “Vancouver” Watch?
I’ve already snagged my seats to Dear Evan Hansen—and to my sister, if you’re reading this, you still owe me $300—but Broadway Across Canada is giving the ticket-less one last chance to see the show at a significantly lower price point.
I’m not saying you’re a fake fan if you don’t already have tickets. Maybe you’re like my sister and don’t have a few hundred dollars to spend. Just saying: if you haven’t bought a seat of your own or swindled a beautiful family member into loaning you the money, you can’t call yourself a true Fansen.
I’m kidding, obviously—here’s how to score a ticket for only $25.
Starting 48 hours before the first performance in Vancouver (that’s Tuesday, February 25), you can enter a digital ticket lottery. Winners are drawn prior to every performance, and those selected can purchase a limited number of $25 tickets to the show. You can find more info on the contest and enter here.
No, I won’t be competing against you for those sweet sweet tickets, but if I don’t get a $300 e-transfer soon, my sister might have to enter the draw.