The City of Milan launched vouchers for theater-goers to support entertainment businesses

To encourage citizens to start attending cinemas and theaters again, the City of Milan is offering vouchers for €5 and €15 off the price of tickets.

Dancers at Teatro alla Scala in Milan. Comune di Milano

Cinemas and theatres reopened all over Italy several weeks ago. To encourage citizens to start attending these venues again, the City of Milan is offering vouchers for €5 and €15 off the price of tickets.

For a total of 12 thousand coupons, theater-goers can get a discount on the final price of the tickets directly at the cashiers of more than 70 cinemas, theatres, concert halls, live clubs, festivals around Milan, including major venues like the Piccolo Teatro, and La Scala. The only condition is that the ticket must cost more than the voucher.

“Milano che Spettacolo” is an initiative of the City of Milan, with the support of the Intesa Sanpaolo bank and the AGIS Lombarda organization. The aim is to support the entire city’s entertainment sector, put to the test during the months of the health emergency.

A newly launched web platform features the participating entertainment businesses and facilitates the purchase of tickets for shows, screenings, concerts, events, and performances.

Thanks to the partnership with the bank Intesa Sanpaolo, the digital platform “Intesa Sanpaolo On Air” will host a series of podcasts created exclusively for “Milano che Spettacolo” to give voice to writers, actors, critics, and journalists who work in the city of Milan.

By registering at milanochespettacolo.it, you can download vouchers worth €5 to €15 which can be used only until November 14, 2021.