This time around, I bought my tickets from a stand in Picadilly Circus. Situated under the giant neon signs, it’s all but impossible to miss.

You can pay in cash or credit, and ticket prices to the popular shows now run around $60 – $70. You never know what’s available, but you’ll often have a choice of tickets that are cheaper and further from the stage, or a little more costly and closer.

Bought about 7 hours in advance, My Phantom of the Opera ticket cost $71.83, and I was no more than 10-12 rows away from the action.

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