Hamilton Lottery Tickets

HamforHam!  Do you have any idea what I am talking about?  If not, you are going to want to know this if you are looking to score  Hamilton tickets at the Fox Theatre March 31 through May 3. We’ve got the complete guide for scoring Hamilton lottery tickets!

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Hamilton Musical

Hamilton is the story of America’s founding father, Alexander Hamilton, an immigrant from the West Indies who became George Washington’s right-hand man during the Revolutionary War and was the new nation’s first treasury secretary. Featuring a score that blends hip-hop, jazz, blues, rap, R&B, and Broadway, Hamilton is the story of America then, as told by America now.

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Hamilton Lottery

$10 (Get it? A Hamilton-$10 bill could possibly get you a ticket to see Hamilton!)

Tickets are available for all performances of Hamilton through a digital lottery.  You can enter the lottery through the app or online.   I would strongly urge you to download the app and enable your notifications so you can enter the lottery as soon as it is available.

How does the Hamilton Lottery work?

The lottery opens at 11 am two calendar days before the day of the show and closes at 9 am on the day before the show.

You can only enter once per performance, but on dates with two performances you are allowed to enter for both of them.

You can enter the lottery for either one or two seats.  We recommend always entering it for two.

The lottery is held shortly after the window closes for entries at 9 am on the day before the show.

Notifications are sent at 11 am which is why you MUST enable notifications so you know if this applies to you.

If you are one of the lucky ones that can score Hamilton lottery tickets, you only have until 4 pm to confirm your purchase and pay for your tickets. If you don’t do it within that five-hour window, you’ve missed your chance!

Winning tickets are nontransferable.  You will be asked for a picture id to claim your tickets.

May the odds ever be in your favor!



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