STUDENT TICKET RESERVATIONS - NEW SYSTEM


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STUDENT TICKET RESERVATIONS - NEW SYSTEM

Postby SPO » Fri Mar 06, 2015 6:03 pm

Attn: Students

We are rolling out system for reserving student tickets.

Students are now only allowed to reserve 1 ticket for shows like Harold/Lloyd/Maude/Cage etc. Any Mon-Thurs show that is free to students. Any additional tickets you will have to pre-pay for.

So no more "Who has an extra reservation" posts on Friendster, because a currently enrolled student, can only reserve for themselves.

Your Student ID's will serve as the ticket for these shows, so you must have your ID on you to gain entry.

If you see "No More Student Reservations are available" then we have reached our student limit. We may open more up the day of the show, and we will also have standby available.

We request that if you make a reservation and can no longer attend, you call the theatre to cancel, this will release your student ticket so someone else can make a reservation.

This is a new system, so we appreciate your patience while we make adjustments.

Link to Student Reservation Instructions
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Re: STUDENT TICKET RESERVATIONS - NEW SYSTEM

Postby anthonynohtna » Sat Mar 07, 2015 3:32 pm

Friendster. Woah.
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Re: STUDENT TICKET RESERVATIONS - NEW SYSTEM

Postby 5dollarTickets » Sat Mar 07, 2015 6:57 pm

In the past, the box office has only sold tickets to shows happening day-of. Is there be anyway that the box office would start selling tickets for future shows, so that people who don't want to pay $6 or $11 for a ticket could go to the theatre and not have to pay the advanced-purchase fee?
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Re: STUDENT TICKET RESERVATIONS - NEW SYSTEM

Postby SPO » Mon Mar 09, 2015 12:38 pm

5dollarTickets wrote:In the past, the box office has only sold tickets to shows happening day-of. Is there be anyway that the box office would start selling tickets for future shows, so that people who don't want to pay $6 or $11 for a ticket could go to the theatre and not have to pay the advanced-purchase fee?


Hi 5dollartickets!

There are currently no plans to sell tickets for future shows at the box office.

Cash tickets for day of shows will still be available when shows don't sell out, or via stand-by (which we always have) for shows that are sold out.
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