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How do you score tickets to Hamilton Chicago without buying tickets from scalpers or after-market ticketing services? One great way is to buy tickets at face value once they go on sale to the public. For Hamilton, according to Broadway in Chicago’s Twitter account:
What’s the deal with Hamilton Chicago
- New block of seats to Hamilton in Chicago
- Sale date: Monday, October 1, 2018 at 10am
- 18-week block of tickets
- Performance dates: Jan 22, 2019 – May 26, 2019
How and where to purchase tickets to Hamilton Chicago
- Go directly to CIBC Theatre Box Office: 18 W. Monroe, Chicago
- Call 800-775-2000
- Or, purchase online BroadwayinChicago.com
Hamilton Chicago pricing and ticket limits
- Price range from $75-$195.50
- Maximum limit of 12 tickets per household
Don’t throw away your shot
If you’ve been meaning to watch Hamilton, and have been putting it off due to the absurd ticket prices that are way over face value, this is your chance to get tickets at face value when the next block of seats go on sale for Hamilton in Chicago.
Have you seen Hamilton? Where did you see it and what was the ticket price that you paid?
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We were in Chicago last week. To our great surprise, we were able to purchase 3 excellent seats in the 5th row for face value (about $200 each) two days before the performance. My guess is that a subscriber either exchanged or cancelled tickets that then became available for purchase. (Several other performances had face value tickets available, but the others were either $350 seats, restricted view seats, or nosebleed seats.)
Nice!!! That’s actually a great way of scoring tickets at face value. Not always guaranteed. Was there a cancellation line? Or you just dropped by the Box office.
Jason – it was easier than that. I just used Ticketmaster online to check seats. Face value seats are colored blue; resale seats are orange-red. Found the tickets 20-Sept evening for the 22-Sept matinee show.
Nice….that’s amazing. Glad it all worked out for you!