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Tickets For Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Last Hamilton Performance Are Selling at Truly Outrageous Prices

$20,000 for a seat, anyone?

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Perhaps you’ve heard that Lin-Manuel Miranda is leaving Hamilton. It’s true: The creator of one of Broadway’s most groundbreaking musicals is moving on, and he’s not the only one—Leslie Odom Jr. and Phillipa Soo are also on their way out. All three will make their last appearance on the stage of the Richard Rodgers Theatre on July 9 at 8 p.m.—making a ticket to that performance the most coveted in Broadway history.


Tickets to an ordinary performance of Hamilton already sell for astronomical prices. So how much are people willing to shell out for a chance to say goodbye to the three original leads? We rounded up some of the most outrageous prices that tickets are selling for (and that’s even before all the fees!), below.


: $5,400 for two ($2,700 each)
What you get: Center Mezzanine, Row D
Relevant Hamilton lyric: “He’s penniless, he’s flying by the seat of his pants” (“Satisfied”)

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: $4,005
What you get: Orchestra Right, Row G
Relevant Hamilton lyric: “Smells like new money, dresses like fake royalty” (“Cabinet Battle #2”)

: $4,367
What you get: Orchestra Center, Row Q
Relevant Hamilton lyric: “Your perfume smells like your daddy’s got money” (“The Schuyler Sisters”)

: $15,174 for two ($7,587 each)
What you get: Orchestra Side, Row B – partial view
Relevant, gender-retrograde Hamilton lyric: “Will you relish being a poor man’s wife?” (“That Would Be Enough”)

: $40,000 for two ($20,000 each)
What you get: Orchestra Center, Row A
Relevant Hamilton lyric: “Blow us all away” (“Blow Us All Away”)

Read more in Slate about Hamilton.