Feels like just yesterday when we announced customers who used the TicketNetwork.com mobile site and paid using Google Wallet would receive $25 off their order of $100 or more*.
Alas, that deal is winding to a close — but there's still time to take advantage of this deal... just 'cause we like you.
Maybe you want to use it to buy some Justin Timberlake tickets for your friend's birthday. Maybe you're already thinking about a Mother's Day deal for your mom. Or maybe you just want to go ahead and treat yourself to something really, really great. Whatever you want to do, we support you. We're here for you. And can we come, too? (Just kidding.)
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* Offer valid 3/17/2014 through 4/15/2015. $25 discount will be automatically applied to orders during checkout on the mobile website. Minimum $100 order, excluding service or delivery fees. Cannot be combined with any other discount code or offer. Full promotion terms can be found here.
There are a lot of onsales happening in the next few days, so let's get right to it.
Theater is particularly active this week. First off, the new Broadway musical Aladdin has over 90 shows on sale this coming Sunday for dates on and after September 1. Meanwhile, the tour Jesus Christ Superstar Arena Spectacular has 23 onsales this coming Friday and Monday, and the production of Jersey Boys in San Jose, CA, has eight shows onsale Friday.
Switching to concerts, rock band Aerosmith is joining up with Slash for a tour that begins in May and runs until early September. All 23 concerts go on sale this weekend, with a couple Nevada shows on sale tomorrow, one Illinois show on sale Saturday, and the rest of the concerts on sale Monday.
It's been a rock album, a film, and now it'll be an arena spectacular: Jesus Christ Superstar will head out on an arena tour starting June 9 in New Orleans, LA. Tickets go on sale tomorrow, Friday, April 11.
The musical is the biggest North American arena tour of this show. A collaboration between Tim Rice (The Lion King) and Andrew Lloyd Webber (The Phantom of the Opera), this rendition of Jesus Christ Superstar will feature a star-studded cast. First, Ben Forster, who led the UK and Australian arena tours, will reprise his role as Jesus. Michelle Williams, of Destiny's Child fame, will star as Mary Magdalene; Brandon Boyd of Incubus will star as Judas, JC Chasez (yes, from 'N Sync) will star as Pontius Pilate, and John rotten Lydon from the Sex Pistols will play King Herod.
See below for the tour dates and visit the Jesus Christ Superstar page for more information on tickets.
We'd like to continue our posts encouraging you to lose hours — no, days — of your life to television with 3 excellent dramas! These binge-watching recommendations touch on the things that really matter, like meth, serial killers, and zombies.
To be fair, we never said our television show choices would be wholesome, just that it would be worth it to devote your time and energy to them.
Here are our picks for the best television dramas to indulge in through the art of binge-watching.
Why Tim Loves It: I'm sure that there is little surprise in someone recommending "Breaking Bad," but seriously, if you haven't started watching the show yet, start right now. No show that I have ever watched has ever left me on the edge of my seat more than this show; and I don't mean from the beginning to end of each episode, I mean from the beginning to end of entire seasons. Each season brings new challenges for chemistry teacher turned drug kingpin Walter White. As you go through each episode, you watch as his character develops, leaving a wake of physical and emotional destruction behind him.
Another great reason to binge-watch "Breaking Bad": there are only about 13 episodes per season, which is short in comparison to a lot of recent dramas. You will find yourself finishing entire seasons in a single weekend, and you will love everything about it (except Marie, it seems to be pretty unanimous that everyone dislikes Marie).
Where to Watch it: Netflix