Hot tickets: Another 'Frozen' Disney on Ice show added at Target Center


If snagging tickets to an upcoming show of "Disney On Ice presents Frozen," this might be helpful.

The organizers added another show to the run – 3:30 p.m. on April 9 – due to heavy demand, Feld Entertainment announced.

That brings the total number of shows in the Target Center run to 12. Tickets can be purchased on Prices range from $22.50 - $77.50.

The shows were originally announced in spring of 2014 – and WCCO reported they aded a show as early as June of last year.

In November, Forbes reported the show was breaking Disney on Ice records.

Chris Adams, who won $500 as part of a WinterFest Medallion Hunt in Spicer, told the West Central Tribune his daughter wants to see the show – and he plans on using some of the money to oblige.

Here's a look from the New York Times at how Disney turned "Frozen" into a "cash cow."

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