Hamilton is one of the biggest Broadway shows and everyone is always wanting to get their hands on tickets! Since the show is in such high demand it is extremely difficult to see it. Below are some things that can give you a leg up when trying to buy on Ticketmaster.
Normally after a new touring round is announced sign ups for Ticketmaster Verified Fan are made available. For the best spot in the line you should register as soon as possible! The higher you are on the registration list the better your chance to get a unique code to purchase on the exclusive presales.
Not everyone who signs up will get a code though, a lot of times fans who did make it through won’t be able to access the presale.
So how do you sign up? Use your Ticketmaster account to register your name, phone number, email, and show preference through Verified Fan and you will receive an email soon after confirming your registration. A few days before the the presale an email may be sent saying you made it and a code should come at a specific time on the presale date. If you didn’t make it directly to the presale you’ll get a different email telling you you are on the waitlist.
If you didn’t snag a spot in line you won’t get a follow up email at all. What then?
You will need to get your tickets on the public sale! On the day of the onsale, you will want to get to the Ticketmaster early. Typically you want to get there 5-10 minutes early so you can be mentally prepared for the pandemonium that will ensue. As soon as that time comes you want to refresh your page and select your desired tickets as fast as humanly possible. Once that’s done all you’ve got do is wait.
Your page will search for tickets, and might be for a long time. The demand for all of these events are insane. So you need to know that even if you do search it won’t guarantee you tickets.
If you do get tickets, Congratulations! You did it! All you have to do it make sure your timer doesn’t run down while you confirm and pay for your tickets.
If not, then there are many other options to get tickets on the secondary market. Keep an eye on the prices on those sites until it’s at a place you are comfortable purchasing.
You can check out more Ticketmaster tips by viewing our helpful video on YouTube.
If you missed the chance to get tickets check the dates below and you will find links to the primary secondary market for tickets!