Win two free tickets to any weeknight performance of Significant Other between March 28th – April 7th, 2017! Read about why we love the show so much here and see a gallery of photos from the show below.
More than 33 ways to enter from March 16 - March 23:
***Tweet @yesbway to tell us about your worst date ever with the hashtag #SOWorstDateEver. The best ones even get a RT! One entry per day will be allowed, so 8 days = 8 entries.
***See a show and tag us in a picture on Instagram (@yesbroadway), Twitter (@yesbway), or on Facebook (YesBroadway) with the hashtag #SaidYesToBroadway! One entry per day per each of the three social media platforms. 8 days x 3 social media platforms = 24 entries!
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Each entry will be entered into a database and a winner will be selected via a random number generator on March 23rd at 12 noon EST and notified immediately.
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Photos: Joan Marcus
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