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Henry Howorth  

Posted: August 23rd, 2012 1:01 PM

Please read these comments from the bottom up, as I was unable to post my entire comment at one time.

Henry Howorth  

Posted: August 23rd, 2012 1:00 PM

The shabby treatment we received from the ticket counter staff left a very bad taste in our mouths and was completely unnecessary. In the end, I wish we had checked their web site instead of calling the ticket office, as their misinformation cost us an extra $117. Cheats!

Henry Howorth  

Posted: August 23rd, 2012 12:59 PM

Having expected to pay only $35 for the four adult tickets, we were then faced with the choice of either telling eight excited children that we had to cancel the trip to the circus and go another time, thereby spoiling my son's birthday celebration, or pool every last dollar in our wallets together to scrape up the $154, leaving us with no money for refreshments, activities or souvenirs.

Henry Howorth  

Posted: August 23rd, 2012 12:53 PM

we declined to purchase the tickets over the phone and were simply advised that we could get them at the box office. Imagine my surprise then when we showed up yesterday with four adults and eight kids and discovered that the adult tickets were $38 each on the day of the show WHICH THEY NEGLECTED TO TELL US OVER THE PHONE!! We explained the situation to the woman and her "manager" at the ticket counter who were argumentative and rudely told us we were out of luck. Having exp

Henry Howorth  

Posted: August 23rd, 2012 12:32 PM

Beware of the bait-and-switch scam Piccadilly Circus pulls on unsuspecting customers when purchasing tickets. We received a free ticket offer in the mail and when we called the toll free number on the ticket two weeks ago were told that two children would be admitted free with the purchase of every adult ticket at $8.75 for the Aug. 21st performance in Melrose Park. Because we were planning the event for my 8 year old son's birthday and weren't sure at the time how many people would be attending