- 1 Where is pin on Theatre token?
- 2 Can you use Theatre tokens on TodayTix?
- 3 How long do vouchers last for?
- 4 Can you buy vouchers for West End shows?
- 5 Do Theatre tokens go out of date?
- 6 Does the Barbican accept Theatre tokens?
- 7 Are theatre tokens good value?
- 8 Do Tesco sell theatre tokens?
- 9 Does the National Theatre accept theatre tokens?
- 10 Can you return a voucher?
- 11 Do one for all vouchers lose value?
- 12 How many vouchers can be used at once?
- 13 What are the 3 origins of Theatre?
Where is pin on Theatre token?
The PIN can be found as follows: Gift Card & New Paper vouchers – on the back under the silver scratch-off panel. eGift – where it states ‘Pin’ Paper voucher – only the last four digits under the scratch-off panel.
Can you use Theatre tokens on TodayTix?
We are unable to accept Theatre Tokens as a form of payment on TodayTix – they are only redeemable via Society of London Theatre and UK Theatre venues.
How long do vouchers last for?
Where there is an expiry date on a gift voucher, it should be at least five years. You should be given the expiry date in a durable form, for example in writing or in an email, and you should also be given the date the gift voucher was bought.
Can you buy vouchers for West End shows?
About Theatre Tokens These theatre gift vouchers can be topped up whenever you want and can be used to buy theatre tickets in a variety of places, including: At over 260 venues nationwide. In London’s West End theatres.
Do Theatre tokens go out of date?
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. We call these our ‘legacy vouchers’ and you can find out more here.
Does the Barbican accept Theatre tokens?
We also accept Society of London Theatre tokens and contactless payment devices. They can be used all at once or as partial payment to buy tickets for any of our events at the Barbican.
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.
Does the National Theatre accept theatre tokens?
We are pleased to accept Theatre Tokens (issued by the Society of London Theatre) and these can be redeemed over the phone on 020 7452 3060.
Can you return a voucher?
Generally speaking, gift cards are considered non-refundable. When you purchase a card, you use it once and stick to what you bought. In practice, buyers are given a lot more leeway and they can refund most products under the right circumstances. Gift card return policies vary from retailer to retailer.
Do one for all vouchers lose value?
New EU rules affecting One4All gift cards came into effect on Friday which limits the value of online transactions to € 50 in the UK and Irish markets. Anyone lucky enough to get a raft of gift vouchers as Christmas presents will know how easy it is to lose track of the balance on each card.
How many vouchers can be used at once?
Two vouchers can be used for eating in at restaurants, cafes, bars, pubs and clubs.
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.