Christmas in July Sale for “Elf, The Musical” is Next Week

“Christmas In July Sale” Is Next Week:
July 19, 20, & 21! Get Early Access and Special Discounts On Tickets to “Elf The Musical“!
Limited Time Only!

“Christmas In July Sale” Details


* Sale Discount: Receive $10 off on up to four tickets to any performance of” Elf The Musical“, December 3 – 19, 2021, at the Historic Dock Street Theatre.


* Early Access: Don’t wait! 2019 performances of “Elf The Musical” sold out! Get” Elf The Musical” tickets before the fall rush. Three Days Only!


* Sale Dates: July 19, 20, & 21: “Christmas In July Sale” is only available online on July 19, 20, & 21. Sale begins online at 12:01 am on July 19 and ends at 11:59 pm on July 21.


* Sale Rules: $10 off discount can only be applied on up to four tickets to “Elf The Musical” and cannot be applied to Tier P seating. You may purchase multiple tickets during the sale, but the $10 off discount will only be applied on up to four tickets. Offer cannot be applied to previously purchased tickets or combined with any other ticket offer.


* To Redeem: Visit CharlestonStage.com, select your “Elf” performance, and enter code JULYSALE44 once your seats have been selected and you are in your shopping cart.

Sale Begins Online at 12:01 am on July 19 and Ends at 11:59 pm on July 21! Don’t Miss This Great Holiday Offer!

Back by popular demand! After sold out performances in 2019,” Elf The Musical” returns to the Historic Dock Street Theatre! Based on the beloved and hilarious 2003 Will Ferrell film, “Elf The Musical” tells the story of Buddy, who mistakenly crawls into Santa’s bag of gifts and is transported to the North Pole. Raised as an elf and unaware that he is actually a human, Buddy realizes he is different when he grows up to tower over the other elves and finds that he is a disastrous toy-maker. With Santa’s permission, Buddy embarks on a journey to New York City to find his true identity.

-Submitted by Charleston Stage

(Image credit: Charleston Stage)

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