2013–14 Season Tickets
A mini-season ticket to the remaining three plays is on sale now at 20% off the regular price – that’s $67.20 per season ticket plus a $10 handling fee per order (whether you purchase one season ticket or 100.) Plus, you can get a discount on our co-production of Return to the Forbidden Planet in the Jaeb and FREE entry into all side projects and staged readings. Between the discount on the tickets and the drastically reduced ticketing fees, it’s like seeing a show for free!
Call 813.229.7827 between noon and 8pm, or visit the Straz Center Ticket Office.
If you prefer to fax or mail your order, please complete and send in our order form. Further instructions and details are on the form.
2014–15 Season Tickets
A season ticket to all six plays goes on sale to the public Mon., April 7, at noon by calling 813.229.7827. Season tickets are available for a discount of 30% off the price of individual tickets ($117.60 for the package – less than $20 per person per show) if ordered by Mon., Jun. 2, at which time the season ticket discount reduces to 20% ($134.40 per person).
Save Your Money!
First, you’ll save a bunch of money. Subscriptions are 20–30% off regular ticket prices. Also, you’re only paying a one-time $10 handling fee for the entire order. That certainly beats single tickets fees of 15% of the purchase price plus $2.50 for phone and internet orders, or 8% of the purchase price at window. Season tickets can save you tons on fees alone, not to mention the discount on the tickets. By the time you’re done, you could be saving well over $70 per person.
Plus, Jobsite season ticket holders may buy additional tickets to any Jobsite production for 10% off the regular price. These tickets can be for the night you already have your season tickets or for another performance during the run. Bring friends! Give a gift! Come back and see the show again! The savings just keep on keepin’ on!
We Take Care of Our Best Customers
Season ticket holders can reach out directly to Jobsite staff, and we will take care of you directly. We can help coordinate between you and the Straz box office to exchange your seats, add tickets so you can bring friends, and arrange for special seating consideration (the only way to receive such treatment since the Shimberg is open seating.)
You name it (within reason) and we’ll bend over backward to make it happen. You’re not just an account number with Jobsite; we’ll work hard for you. Simply let us know how we can help!
Always a Seat
Ever gotten shut out of a show because the tickets were sold out? We hate turning people away at the door, and it’s happened plenty. It happens every season, and some plays like The 39 Steps enjoy entire sold-out runs. Season tickets guarantee you a seat.
We know what some of you are thinking: you’re busy, right? You don’t know what you’re doing this weekend, much less next year. As a season ticket holder, you pick any night opening weekend you want to come. If something comes up and a particular night for a show isn’t convenient, you can call the ticket office and move your tickets to another night. The first exchange is free and it’s only $1 per ticket after that. Convenient!
Get Dibs on Other Great Deals
All subscribers will also be able to attend all staged readings and Job-side Projects for FREE and will be eligible for other discounts and offers through the year from both Jobsite and the Straz Center.
Support Tampa Bay Arts
Jobsite is a local company and employs local talent, so the money you spend on Jobsite season tickets stays right here in the community which helps strengthen our local economy.
You Make the Show Better
Season ticket holders make Jobsite stable. More season ticket holders means less work filling the theater show-by-show and less money we have to spend on marketing. That’s more money we can put into the productions themselves. Money that could go to the artists (who all have to work day jobs) and to build better sets and costumes. So the bigger question is why not subscribe? It’s a win-win situation. Please consider becoming a season ticket holder today!