It’s one of the most sought-after tickets in New York City: A seat to see “Saturday Night Live” in person.
Anyone who has watched the show on television knows it’s not a big audience (around 300 people total), and an even smaller portion of those are held for standby seats, making the process to get tickets very competitive and difficult.
Nevertheless, the SNL faithful line up outside of 30 Rock each week there’s a show during the season, hoping to snagging one of those sacred stubs. Many can end up disappointed, but two women who said they have been to more than 50 shows each said they have a
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