The show achieved the highest-ever single-week gross of any Broadway show in history.
It brought in $2,941,790 (£1,880,097) for the week ending January 1, beating the previous record set by Wicked in 2011. It also set the record for the highest single-week attendance for any show in Broadway history.
Producers Michael Cohl and Jeremiah J. Harris said: "We are thrilled that the public has taken such a liking to this show. The audience continues to grow, and it is great to enter the New Year with such momentum."
The show began preview performance in November 2010, before enduring a troubled development cycle, budget issues, cast injuries and negative reviews. Director Julie Taymor left the production in March last year and a radical overhaul was put into place. Soon afterwards it became a box office success.
According to reported estimates, Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark needs to make $1.2 million (£776,000) a week in order to cover costs.
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