Where are all the “Harry Potter” fans?

Nearly two years after hitting the Broadway stage, “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” is having trouble at the Broadway box office, according to The New York Times.

Last week, ticket sales for “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” dropped below $1 million for the first time since it opened — a 50% drop from the show’s height, the Times reported.

Meanwhile, ticket prices have dropped by 47% over the past year, according to the Times.

However, although this might be a problem for the show’s producers, this could be a boon to “Harry Potter” fans. This time last year, tickets were selling for around $154.44, while the average price as of now is around $78.45, according to Forbes.

Given that “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” is split into two parts, with tickets being sold separately for part one and part two, any reduction in price for the tickets becomes significant. And the Times calls the show a “bargain” for now, with a ticket to one part costing less than all but two shows that are currently on Broadway.

“Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” is a follow-up to the seven-book series, and follows Harry Potter and his friends into adulthood and parenthood, according to the show’s official website.

Though “Harry Potter” author J.K. Rowling was involved in the creation and production of the story, the play itself was written by Jack Thorne, according to the show’s website.

“Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” is not the only Broadway production that has seen a decline in ticket sales — as a whole, Broadway has seen a “down season,” according to the Times, with a 7% decrease in overall grosses from last year.