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Vienna Philharmonic

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We are planning a trip to Vienna and quickly discovered that all the tickets to see the Vienna Philharmonic are sold out to subscription owners. We were told that sometimes these owners will release tickets just before the concert if they cannot attend. Has anyone had any experience with this? We can be flexible with the timing of our trip so are trying to decide if we should plan to be there when a concert is on and hope for the slim possibility of getting tickets or whether it is really pretty impossible.

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