How to enter the Hamilton Digital Lottery.
You can win
A friend who entered the Hamilton lottery religiously every day online won tickets! These seats retail for $497 each. So don’t give up and try every day you can attend.
Lottery now closes the day before the show
***Update 8/27/17: As of August 28, 2017, the lottery will open at 11 am two days prior to the performance date, and closes at 9 am the day before.*** You can also use the New Hamilton App for Lottery Tickets.
How it works when you win
Notifications will be sent at approximately 11 am the day prior to the performance, and you must purchase the tickets from 11:01 am – 4 pm CST the day prior to the performance.
How to enter the Hamilton Digital Lottery
- A daily digital lottery for forty-four (44) $10 seats will be held for every performance of HAMILTON. Seat locations and the number of ticket awards by the lottery are always subject to availability, and seating is at the discretion of the box office.
- To enter the Hamilton lottery visit www.BroadwayInChicago.com/HamiltonLottery.
- Click “Enter Now” for the performance you want to attend and fill out the entry form.
- After you enter you should receive an email confirming your entry.
- After the lottery closes, you will be notified via email within minutes as to whether you won or not.
- You may want to enter firstname.lastname@example.org into your address book.
- You can check your status online, after the days lottery has closed, without the email notification by clicking here.
- If you are selected as a winner, you have 60 minutes to pay for your tickets.
- Seats are assigned at the discretion of the Box Office and cannot be transferred to other people or performances.
- Tickets can be picked up at The PrivateBank Theatre Box Office (18 W. Monroe) beginning two hours prior to curtain.
- Photo I.D. is required for pick up. Seat locations and the number of tickets awarded by the lottery are always subject to availability. Seating is at discretion of box office.
- Didn’t win? Check back and enter again for a future performance.
- The show will be here for two years so it’s not the end of the world if you don’t get tickets right away.
- GOOD LUCK!