Tickets / Further information
Reductions on Tickets
Wheelchair users with written proof of 50% disability: room for wheelchairs at both ends of the first two rows of the stalls cost 50% of the normal ticket price - the seat next to it, for the person who is accompanying the wheelchair user, is also half price. In the Bockenheimer Depot the best possible positions will be allocated, but these will vary from production to production, depending upon the size and shape of the stage.These seats cannot be booked online - this is to ensure that the spaces earmarked for wheelchair users and the seat for the person accompanying them are not taken by people not entitled to use them. Tickets can only be booked by telephone (+49(0)69) 212 49494 or from the advance and evening box offices.
School children and students (under the age of 30) are entitled to a 50% reduction on the price of their tickets (opening night not included). This also applies to tickets being purchased in advance and online in our webshop. You may be asked to provide proof of your age when you enter the theatre, if you are older than 30 you will have to pay the full price...Students (under 30, with proof of their age) can buy tickets from the evening box office that are still unsold before the performance begins for €15.
Students at the Hochschule für Darstellende Kunst Frankfurt, the Dr. Hoch'schen Konservatorium Frankfurt, the Musikschule Frankfurt and the Hochschule für Gestaltung in Offenbach and Hessen's Theaterakademie pay only €8 for tickets! - subject to availability.
School groups: when children visit the opera in a school group their tickets cost only €6. This does not apply to first nights or special events.These can be applied for by email: email@example.com You can also telephone +49 (0) 69 / 212 49494 Mon - Fri from 9am until 7pm, Sat & Sun from 10am until 2pm
Huge benefits if you take out a subscription with Opera Frankfurt: it will entitle you to a 10% reduction in ticket price for all other performances at the opera outside the subscription, as well as for all performances (except premieres) at Schauspielfrankfurt (straight theatre). These reduced priced tickets cannot be booked online but are available at the advance and evening box offices at Opera Frankfurt, and Tickethotline + 49 (0)69 212 49 49 4. Subscription holders are also entitled to this reduction (subject to ticket availability) for performances at the following theatres and festivals: Staatstheater Darmstadt, Stadttheater Gießen, Staastheater Kassel (15%), Staatstheater Mainz, Hess. Staatstheater Wiesbaden, Theater in Pfalzbau Ludwigshafen, Burgfestspiele Bad Vilbel and for the Brüder-Grimm-Märchenfestspiele (Fairy story festival) in Hanau.
An OpernCard (€95) entitles you to a 30% reduction on tickets for performances at Oper Frankfurt (except subscriptions, premieres and new year's eve concerts). A JuniorCard (€15) allows opera goers aged 30 and younger to purchase 2 tickets per performance for only (as long as the second ticket is also for somebody not older than 30).
You can buy tickets with an Operacard online. JuniorCard users can only buy tickets from the evening box office. Find more detailed information about Opern- and JuniorCards here.
Under the Opera for Families (Oper für Familien) scheme an adult paying full price for their ticket can apply for a maximum of THREE FREE TICKETS for children, or young adults under the age of 19. You can borrow large foam cushions from the cloakrooms for small people sitting in the stalls.
Holders of a Kulturpass can attend certain performances and recitals with tickets costing €3. Find more information on Kulturpass.net.
PEOPLE WITH REFUGEE STATUS: pay only €3 per performance
Theatre account holders receive a 10 % reduction on all tickets (including premieres but excluding Ring cycles). You can open a theatre account with us by telephone on + 49 (0)69 212 49 49 4 (mon-fri 9am-7pm, sat & sun 10am-2pm) When you give us your name and address you will receive a customer number, which is also your account number. Please note that it is not possible to pay in €50 and then order 2 tickets costing, say, €50 each with a 10% discount. You can either enough cash for several tickets into your account at the pre-booking box office at the in Willy-Brandt-Platz or transfer money to:
IBAN DE17 5001 0060 0099 5016 02
Konto-Inhaber/Account holder: Städtische Bühnen Frankfurt am Main GmbH
Verwendungszweck (purpose of transaction): Theaterkonto-Nr. xyz (your Kundennummer/Customer number).
Your ticket orders can then be paid for from your account and you can use the service telephone number mentioned above during opening hours. It is unfortunately not possible to make payments to your account by credit card as this would become a banking transaction.