There’s a flash sale on tickets to two of the big blockbuster musicals this weekend, with big savings on Phantom and Les Mis shows.

Phantom of the Opera

Phantom of the Opera tickets remain some of the most popular in London after more than 30 years. The soaring music of this classic production has made it a mainstay of the West End for decades.

You can save up to £46 on selected tickets, valid for Monday-Friday evening performances until 31st March 2022.

Typical discounts see seats that normally cost £81 being offered for £35, and £108 seats offered for £65.

The discounts are for the evening performances, and you should look for the “offer” star on the dates.

Book by 10am on 7th February 2022 from here.

Les Miserables

Cameron Mackintosh’s legendary production of Boublil and Schonberg’s Les Miserables at the Sondheim Theatre is still going strong after more than 30 years.

You can save up to £42 on selected tickets, valid for Monday-Friday performances until 31st March 2022.

They’re offering £53 seats for just £35 — but note that some have restricted views along the edges of the seats, so you may need to check a few dates to find seats with clear views – look for the solid circles on the seating map instead of the half-circles.

Book by 10am on 7th February 2022 from here.

You should look for the “offer” star on the dates for the cheap tickets.

There are cheaper seats for £24, but they have very restricted views, so better for people who have seen the show loads of times, and just want to hear the music again.

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