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The Phantom of the Opera Tickets

Last revised: August 2022

1. Phantom of the Opera Ticket Prices
2. When to Book Tickets for The Phantom of the Opera
3. Last Minute Phantom of the Opera Tickets
4. What Are the Best Phantom of the Opera Seats? | Best Phantom of the Opera Tickets Under £50
5. Cheap Phantom of the Opera Matinee Tickets
6. Phantom of the Opera Group Tickets Discounts
7. About the Phantom of the Opera Venue
8. Useful Links | Price Alerts

1. Phantom of the Opera Ticket Prices

The Phantom of the Opera is one of the West End’s longest-running musicals, and a big-budget spectacle that should be on your theatrical bucket list. With dazzling costumes and set design, iconic moments and a live orchestra, face value ticket prices currently range from £25 to over £170 for premium seats.

Offers are quite rare for The Phantom of the Opera, so the best way to get a good deal on the show is knowing when and where to book, including which of the many restricted view seats at Her Majesty’s Theatre are worth sitting in. 

There are a lot of restricted view seats at Her Majesty's Theatre, for example, and we've included plenty of tips on how to use these to your advantage below. Keep reading for our complete rundown on the best ways to save money at this iconic musical.

2. When to Book Tickets for The Phantom of the Opera

Unsurprisingly, the cheapest or best value tickets for The Phantom of the Opera sell out in advance, so it’s worth booking a month or two in advance for the greatest choice of tickets across all price bands. 

For the biggest savings on The Phantom of the Opera, try to book tickets during one of London theatre's biggest seasonal promotions such as the Official London Theatre New Year Sale, London Theatre Week, or Kids Week. Phantom is usually included in one or more of these each year, with unbeatable discounts or exclusive prices.

If you can't grab a bargain in a promotion, try attending on a weekday. These off-peak performances are cheaper than peak periods such as Friday - Sundays and any day during school holidays. For example, at the box office Stalls G24 is £165 on a peak mid-August weekend, and £125 on a Wednesday evening in September. Grand Circle C14 is £69.50 on a peak weekend and £67.50 on an off-peak weekday. 

3. Last Minute Phantom of the Opera Tickets

A limited number of £30 Day Seats for The Phantom of the Opera are available online at 10am each performance day. You can book up to two tickets, and seats are located at the venue’s discretion. There is not currently a Phantom of the Opera lottery or Rush ticket scheme.

Another way to save money on The Phantom of the Opera last minute is with TKTS either online or in person at Leicester Square. Discounted Phantom tickets are often available to buy here on the day of the show. 

Insider Tip: The Phantom of the Opera sometimes has dynamic pricing, which means tickets online drop in price if they remain unsold on the day. When we checked a Thursday evening performance tonight and one week later, prices were the same. But don’t be put off - if you keep an eye on prices you might be able to spot a last minute saving with this trick.

4. What Are the Best Phantom of the Opera Seats?

The Phantom of the Opera has a dramatic set design, and the iconic chandelier reveal is best enjoyed from the centre of the Stalls or the front rows of the Royal Circle. Seats like Stalls D20 and Royal Circle A20 are some of the best seats for Phantom of the Opera, with a high price tag to match. 

If you don't want to pay quite this much, Her Majesty’s Theatre has a lot of restricted view seats which can work in your favour. Restricted view seats are cheaper than clear view seats around them, and some are actually hidden gems with views which surpass the ticket price. If you want to book these - or any other seats - at Phantom of the Opera, check SeatPlan's Her Majesty's Theatre seating plan, which has over 1,000 photos and ratings from real theatregoers.

Best Phantom of the Opera tickets under £50: There are lots of cheap Phantom of the Opera tickets across Her Majesty's Theatre, which promise a really great view of the show. Three top picks from SeatPlan users - all rated 4* or above - are:

1. Grand Circle A1 (from £30). This seat is marked restricted view, but is "possibly the best value seat in the theatre" according to one SeatPlan reviewer.

View from seat photo of Her Majesty's Theatre Grand Circle A1. The image shows some of the other rows in front, and the stage for The Phantom of the Opera from the right-hand side.

2. Royal Circle H9 (from £32.50). Also restricted view, with a pillar in your eyeline - but as you can see, much of the stage is still perfectly visible.

View from seat photo of Her Majesty's Theatre Royal Circle H9. The image shows some of the other rows in front, a pillar just off centre which covers a small part of the left-hand side of the stage, and the stage for The Phantom of the Opera.

3. Balcony A10 (from £26). This seat is a bit far away and the legroom is restricted, but nevertheless very good value for money.

View from seat photo of Her Majesty's Theatre Balcony A10. The image shows some of the other rows in front, and the stage for The Phantom of the Opera.

Insider Tip: Restricted view seats on the right-hand side of the Grand Circle are the best value RV seats in the entire theatre. 

5. Cheap Phantom of the Opera Matinee Tickets

There are two matinee performances each week at The Phantom of the Opera, on Wednesday and Saturday at 2.30pm. Evening performances start at 7.30pm.  

Tickets for Wednesday matinees are not usually cheaper than any other midweek performances, but they are cheaper than weekends. For example, Grand Circle B14 costs £72.50 on a Saturday evening in October, and £67.50 for the Wednesday matinee that same week. 

6. Phantom of the Opera Group Tickets Discounts

There are special rates for group bookings at The Phantom of the Opera including:

  • General groups. Full information and booking at groups@lwtheatres.co.uk or 020 7087 7763
  • School groups. Full information and booking at education@lwtheatres.co.uk or 0800  852 7244
  • Summer 2022 Mini Group Rate. Groups of four or more can save up to £20 per ticket, with £67.50 or £65 tickets available for £47.50. This is valid on Tuesday - Thursday evenings and midweek matinees until 29 September, and must be booked by 31 August

Phantom of the Opera West End Ticket Packages

If your visit to The Phantom of the Opera is part of an overnight stay or holiday, you might be able to save with one of the many theatre packages available online, including: 

Always double-check if booking separately would turn out cheaper for you, but these package deals are considered convenient and good value by many customers who’ve left reviews.

Phantom of the Opera Access Tickets

Access tickets at a discounted rate are available for The Phantom of the Opera. You can book up to two access tickets per transaction, and Personal Assistants go free. 

Access bookings for Phantom can be done over the phone, or you can sign up to the LW Theatres Access Scheme for online booking. 

For more information about access tickets at Phantom of the Opera, email the venue direct at access@lwtheatres.co.uk or phone them on 020 3925 2998. 

2 for 1 Phantom of the Opera Tickets

2 for 1 tickets deals on The Phantom of the Opera aren’t usually available, but if you use just a few of our tips, you can still make some good savings on your theatre trip. 

Other Discounted Phantom of the Opera Tickets

Although rare, it’s worth checking ticket agents such as  Love Theatre and London Theatre Direct for any savings which aren’t available at the box office. To get alerts on the latest and best discounts for The Phantom of the Opera, sign up to our mailing list.

Insider Tip: Ticket agents are more expensive than the box office without discounts, because of extra booking fees - always check against the box office before you book!

7. About the Phantom of the Opera Venue

The Phantom of the Opera has played at her Majesty’s Theatre since opening in London in 1986. Her Majesty’s Theatre is located in Haymarket, central London, close to lots of other West End theatres and free London tourist hotspots like Covent Garden and Seven Dials. 

There is a merchandise kiosk and bars throughout the theatre, and binoculars can be hired from your seat for £1. 

Stalls AA1 and AA2 at Her Majesty's Theatre are Box Seats which can be bought for £129.50 each. If you book these the ticket cost includes champagne (or alternative drink), snacks and a programme - perfect for an intimate experience at The Phantom of the Opera

Where to eat near Phantom of the OperaOle & Steen (£)
Koshari Street (£)
Farzi Cafe (££)
Group BookingsFor general groups contact groups@lwtheatres.co.uk or 020 7087 7763. 

For school groups contact education@lwtheatres.co.uk or 0800  852 7244.
ConcessionsDiscounts and special rates for Access patrons are available. For details and to book, ontact the box office on access@lwtheatres.co.uk or 020 3925 2998.

Other concessions including Phantom of the Opera London student tickets are at box office discretion.
PackagesWowcher - Hotel and Phantom Tickets

Red Letter Days - Theatre and Dinner for Two (shows subject to availability) from £169.99

Theatre Tickets Direct - Phantom of the Opera and Dinner
Other OffersOfficial London Theatre New Year Sale

Kids Week - Free Theatre Tickets for Under 17s

London Theatre Week - Exclusive Prices
Travel TipsHer Majesty’s Theatre is a member of the Q-Park Theatreland Scheme, which gives you money off participating nearby car parks. 

Please note that all offers, discounts and prices are subject to change and may expire or be discontinued. All prices listed were correct at the time of writing. Sign up to our mailing list for future Phantom of the Opera offers.

Last revised: August 2022

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Playing at

Her Majesty's Theatre
57 Haymarket
London
SW1Y 4QL
Seating Plan

Her Majesty's Theatre seating plan

Booking period

SHOW OPENED:
27th Sep 1986

BOOKING FROM:
22nd Sep 2022

BOOKING UNTIL:
4th Mar 2023

Running time

2 hours 30 minutes (including an interval)

Children

Best for age 10+. Under 4s not permitted.