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Here's How to Buy Hamilton Tickets

Chris De'Sean Lee and the Hamilton Chicago company.
Chris De'Sean Lee and the Hamilton Chicago company.
Joan Marcus

Wanna see Hamilton at ASU Gammage in 2018? Tickets go on sale at 9 a.m. on Monday, December 11.

But that's only for people who get a special code by registering for Ticketmaster's Verified Fan program. Registration is open now, and continues online through 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, December 7.

Ticketmaster Verified Fan registration does not guarantee that you will be verified, receive a code or have the ability to buy tickets. People who register by the deadline will be notified by email on Sunday, December 10, if they have been selected to get a code through the Verified Fan program. The codes will go out via text message 2 to 4 hours before tickets go on sale. Ticket quantities are limited, so they will sold on a first-come, first-served basis.

If you receive a code, you'll have access to purchase tickets to the hit Broadway musical when it comes to Tempe from Tuesday, January 30, through Saturday, February 25. Prices will range from $79.50 to $189.50, and a limited number of premium seats will be available for $489.50. The ticket limit is four tickets per household.

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There will be a very limited number of tickets on sale at the ASU Gammage box office starting at noon on Monday, December 11, according to a press release issued on Tuesday, December 5. There will also be a lottery for 40 $10 tickets at each performance. Lottery details will be announced at a later date.

Hamilton earned 11 Tony Awards, including best musical, in 2016. It features book, music, and lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda, a New York-based artist with Puerto Rican roots who has been in the news recently for efforts to help that island recover from devastating hurricane damage.

The musical explores the life of Alexander Hamilton, who immigrated to America from the West Indies, and eventually served as President George Washington's right-hand man during the Revolutionary War. Its songs blend several genres — including hip-hop, jazz, blues, rap, and R&B.

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