We love magic, magic shops, magic shows and magic tricks. We also love our money – not like Scrooge McDuck (although one of our nephews does walk and sort of sound like Huey, Dewey and/or Louie) – and so we look constantly for great deals.
The Masters of Illusion tour is headed towards the bucolic home of Inside Magic about three weeks from now. We did a quick online search of the internet thing and saw that the tour promoters have worked with Groupon in several cities to bring pretty hefty discounts and great seats to the discount-seeking public.
For instance, the Masters of Illusion show will be at the beautiful Count Basie Theatre tomorrow, Friday, February 1, at 8 p.m. You could purchase full price tickets or use your Groupon deal to get two orchestra section tickets for $59.00 or two tickets in the balcony (romantic) for $43.00.
We were not expert in math – certainly gooder than other subjects at the “boarding school” we attended in compliance with the court’s order – and we figure that’s a sizeable reduction in cost. The pair of seats in the orchestra would be around $110.00 and the two in the balcony would run around $78.00.
Unfortunately, the deal is closed now. They apparently sold 150 of the packages and that bodes well for a packed house for tomorrow night’s show.
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