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Because of the popularity of Mousetrap is it harder to get discounted tickets at that special outlet in London? Forget what it's called. I've been checking the sight and for a few days now they don't have discounted prices available. Thank you

Posted by
993 posts

Hi Melanie, I have seen "The Mousetrap" in London 3 or 4 times and have never known tickets be on offer at the discount places. I don't know if it's because of it's popularity or because "they" just don't have to, given that will probably never close.

Posted by
67 posts

I thoroughly enjoyed the Mousetrap when I saw it in London almost 30 years ago. It was part of a tour package for me and I am so glad that I chose it.

If I went back I would even purchase tickets at regular price to see it again.

Posted by
354 posts

During my last visit to London, I asked an attendant in the Leicester Square tkts booth about reduced-price "Mousetrap" tickets. He said they did not sell tickets to this play. He recommended instead that I buy them directly from the St. Martins Theatre box office.