FAQ: What Is The Atg Theatre Gift?

What does an ATG card do?

The ATG theatre card is a membership card that gives you access to discounts and perks in all 31 ATG theatres in the UK. It costs £35 if you choose the direct debit option or £45 if you pay with a credit card. There is also a premium option for £24 that includes the protection of all your tickets.

How do I use my ATG ticket voucher?

How do I use my ATG credit voucher?

  1. During the checkout process, select your payment method as Voucher.
  2. Enter your voucher number (all numbers) in the top box, and your redemption code (combination of numbers and letters) in the bottom box.
  3. Click Apply and proceed to checkout.

How many theatres do ATG own?

ATG manages more than 50 theatres and one cinema in the UK, the US, and Germany. ATG’s portfolio of 10 West End theatres include the Ambassadors, Apollo Victoria, Duke of York’s, Fortune, Harold Pinter, Lyceum, Phoenix, Piccadilly, Playhouse, and Savoy.

How do I cancel my ATG Theater Card?

CANCELLING YOUR THEATRECARD Memberships will run for the Validity Period and cannot be cancelled outside of the stated “cooling off” period. If You do wish to cancel Your TheatreCard and You are eligible to do so, You should call Our Customer Care team on 0333 009 6690*.

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How long are theatre tokens valid for?

Theatre Tokens have no expiry date so as long as they haven’t already been redeemed you can use them. For security reasons, some older versions of our Theatre Tokens will need to be replaced before using.

Are theatre tokens good value?

Theatre tokens are a scam. You can’t use them to book directly with the theatre and are required to go through See Tickets and pay a See Ticket booking fee.

Do Tesco sell theatre tokens?

Shoppers will be able to buy a night out at the theatre alongside their groceries after Theatre Tokens unveiled a new retail partnership with supermarket giant Tesco to sell national theatre gift vouchers in their stores.

What are the 3 origins of Theatre?

The theatre of ancient Greece consisted of three types of drama: tragedy, comedy, and the satyr play. The origins of theatre in ancient Greece, according to Aristotle (384–322 BCE), the first theoretician of theatre, are to be found in the festivals that honoured Dionysus.

How many people work for ATG?

More than 6,000 people work at ATG. Every one of them contributes to our success and growth.

How do I contact ATG?

If you are unsure what this is, you can ring up the Customer Contact Centre on 0333 009 6690 * to find out. Gift voucher arrival: If you buy ATG vouchers online, they will automatically be sent to your billing address.

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