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I am planning a trip to NYC for June 13th-17th and want to see as many musicals as possible. I am wondering how far in advance I should be getting tickets. I don't particularly want to wait in line at TKTS for a potential deal, but at the same time don't want to pay full price if its not necessary. I also don't want to miss out on seeing a show because I waited too long. I was a little shocked to see prices for Book of Mormon and Lion King so high considering they are not necessarily new. Anyway advice to navigating this world would be helpful. I am interested in the following shows, in no particular order:
Lion King
Book of Mormon
Matilda
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