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What you need to do to get $10 'Hamilton' tickets

You still have a chance to see 'Hamilton' at ASU Gammage this spring


Courtesy image of the cast of the Broadway hiphop musical "Hamilton."

History and hip-hop geeks have another shot to snag seats for "Hamilton" at ASU Gammage — and they're only 10 bucks.

The national tour is offering an online lottery of 40 orchestra tickets for every performance, starting with opening night on Tuesday, Jan. 30, producer Jeffrey Seller announced online Tuesday. All you have to do is register on time and be lucky. 

Tickets for sale on Gammage's Ticketmaster site range from $200 to nearly $2,000.

To enter into the lottery, fans of the musical must register online or on the official "Hamilton" app.

The lottery will accept entries from 11 a.m. two days before every performance to 9 a.m. the day before the actual show. Winners will be notified by 11 a.m. the day before the showing and have five hours to claim and purchase them online. 

Winners can buy up to two tickets for $10 each but cannot resell them. "Hamilton" will run 32 times from Jan. 30 to Feb. 25.

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