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All online ticket purchases, except tickets for Sydney performances, are processed securely using Paypal.

Ticket Purchase Process

1. Choose your city and season from the list below.

2. 'Tick' the checkboxes next to the tickets you wish to purchase. If you wish to purchase more than one ticket of the same kind, simply change the quantity value from '1' to as many as you require.

3. Click the 'Check out' button. You will then see a message asking you to confirm the amount of the transaction. If you agree click 'Continue'.

4. At this point you will be transferred to Paypal to complete your transaction. Make sure the items you wish to purchase are correct before paying with a Credit Card or your own Paypal account.

5. Follow the instructions on the Paypal site to complete your transaction. You will receive an email from Paypal notifying you of your transactions status.

6. Upon payment completion, close the Paypal window and return to Selbyandfriends.com.au

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