Gift Certificates

If the people you love already have enough socks, why not give the gift of laughter?

The DC Improv offers gift certificates that can be redeemed for tickets, food, drinks or Improv merchandise. Everyone loves to laugh, and the Improv makes sure to book a wide variety of comics -- anyone with a gift certificate can check our schedule and find the shows that are perfect for them. In summary, it's a great gift idea, and you should probably return that jewelry you bought them and get a DC Improv gift certificate instead.

Gift certificates can be purchased from this page, or they can be purchased in-person at the DC Improv.

How to use a gift certificate

We're still a little old school, which is a polite way of saying that you can't redeem gift certificates online. But they're still really easy to use! You can always redeem a gift certificate in person at the DC Improv. You can also use a gift certificate when buying tickets over the phone (202-296-7008). 

When you buy a gift certificate online  ...

Once you click on the "Buy Now" button below, you'll be whisked off to the PayPal website to complete your transcaction. [PLEASE NOTE: You can make secure credit card payments through PayPal without having a PayPal account.] Once you complete your order, we'll process it as soon as possible and send you a physical gift certificate to the address you specified. If you need a gift certificate by a specific date, please let us know. We'll do our best to help you out. 

Shipping / Service fee

There is a $5 shipping/service fee for online gift certificate purchases. It will be added at checkout.



Choose the amount of your gift certificate with the drop-down menu below.

For gift certificates in an amount not currently listed, please call the Improv at 202-296-7008.


Personal message for recipient
  • tomrhodes

    Tom Rhodes

    February 12-15

    Planning your Valentine's weekend, and not looking to pop any questions? We've got you covered. Tom Rhodes is perfect for a fun, affordable and memorable night on the town.

  • Todd Glass


    You can't stop Todd Glass, and we're not even sure if you can contain him. Todd was an alt-comedy superstar even before the Internet, and he's still going strong.

    And oh yeah, he's back on our stage April 2-4. That's Easter week, so insert your miracle joke here.

  • csz

    ComedySportz for Kidz!

    February 7 @ 2 p.m.

    An improv show for kids as young as first grade! The famous ComedySportz troupe offers good clean fun -- and your kid might even become part of the show.

  • Loni Love

    All Aboard!

    JUST ADDED! The Love Train is coming back to the DC Improv. Loni Love is returning to our stage as a co-host of "The Real," Fox's daytime talk show. That's also her dishing out relationship advice on "Ellen." And while she's awesome on daytime TV, you really gotta see her live at night. Loni performs May 7-9.

  • Gilbert Gottfried

    You're Hired! 

    JUST ADDED! The entire nation sank into a deep depression when Gilbert Gottfried was fired from this season of "The Celebrity Apprentice."

    But hope springs eternal! You can see Gilbert doing the job he was made for, May 15-17 at the Improv.