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What Should You Get With A Varsity Show VIP Ticket?

Should you see the Varsity Show for 50 bucks?

Columbia’s famous musical theater tradition, the Varsity Show, is happening this weekend. Though there are a few ticket options, the most pricy are $50 “VIP” tickets, which promise “front row seats as well as VIP Treatment.” Though we don’t know what that quite entails, Bwog had some ideas as to what would make that ticket worth 50 dollars.

  •  Champagne on tap
  • A foot servant
  • A roasting from Kate McKinnon
  • An apology letter
  • An overpriced designer scarf from Barnard Buy Sell Trade
  • Ear plugs
  • A sleeping mask and melatonin
  • Free laundry while you watch the show
  • The styrofoam reclining lady from last years show
  • Your time back
  • A Canada Goose jacket
  • A paid summer internship
  • Subsidized Barnard tuition
  • Unlimited meal swipes
  • A studio single in 110


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