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Metropolitan Opera

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The Metropolitan Opera House puts on amazing operas for high prices. But if you are a student, you can get a great discount - $25 per ticket on weekday nights and $35 for weekend...

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Ecellenet evening entertainment 9/21/2010

New York prices but well worth it. This is the black tie and tux type of night. We caught an amazing rendition of Giovanni's Pascetti. Top performers and entertainers. more

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MetOpera for Students! 3/22/2006

The Metropolitan Opera House puts on amazing operas for high prices. But if you are a student, you can get a great discount - $25 per ticket on weekday nights and $35 for weekends. These are orchestra seats which usually sell for between $100 - $200. You can purchase two tickets with one student ID. You must also have proof of age (must be under 29.) These are REALLY great seats. So if you have a student ID, go for it. (MetOpera in my opinion is much better than the City Opera.) more

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Not for the faint of heart 3/19/2006

If you are on a budget, chances are you will be sitting in the cheap seats in order to take advantage of the phenomenal performances presented in any season at the Met. The cheap seats are scary for anyone who is afraid of heights like me. Ask to see a seating chart. A great thing to do once you have procured your tickets to the opera is to take a look around the Opera House - it may not grab you from the outside, but the artwork & costumes through the public spaces/lobby are quite beautiful and tell the interesting history of the Met. It is a thrill to watch the chandeliers rise before the performance. And the English titles are not as distracting here as at some other opera venues. A joy. more

Cheap seats 8/20/2005

The way to make opera affordable is to get to the Met on the day of performance and ask for standing tickets. Chances are you'll get them, and chances are excellent that even in a "sold out" show there will be plenty of places for you to sit after the first act. It's easier and less intrusive than it sounds. more
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