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$10 tickets to ‘Hamilton’ and $36 tickets to ‘Moulin Rouge’ via lottery

The smash Tony-award winning Broadway musical “Hamilton” by Lin-Manuel Miranda is playing in Miami March 13-24, 20024, at the Arsht Center. You can see the show for just $10 if you are the lucky winner of a lottery.

Here's how it works:

Billed as the #HamForHam digital ticket lottery, the program will make a number of $10 tickets available for each performance through the Lucky Seat program or via the Hamilton APP. The lottery will open at 10 am. each Friday (starting March 1) and will close at 12 p.m. each Thursday for the next week's performances. Winners will have only two hours to claim their tickets.

Lucky Seat is also currently offering a chance to win discounted tickets for “Cabaret” and the Rotterdam Symphony in Miami and “Moulin Rogue” in Broward. The usual price for a Lucky Seat ticket is $30 to $35. Sometimes, even when you don't win, Lucky Seat will offer you a ticket discount later.

Here is how you can win discounted tickets for “Hamilton” (and other shows) via Lucky Seat.

  • Create a Lucky Seat account. If you already have one, skip this step.
  • Choose the event you want to try to see. 
  • Choose the performances for which you want to try to win tickets. A separate drawing is held for each performance.
  • Watch your email or text (you are usually notified both ways if you provide that information) to see if you won. There will be a deadline to purchase the tickets, and it is usually the day you are notified. You can also go online to check your results.
  • On the day of performance, bring your confirmation to the box office on your phone or one paper to buy your tickets. You must show ID and the tickets are not transferable to another person.

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Josie Gulliksen

About Josie Gulliksen

Josie Gulliksen is a freelance writer and major arts advocate and enthusiast who loves everything cultural and is excited to live in such a thriving community as Miami. A Miami native, aside from Miami on the Cheap, she currently writes for Artburst Miami and contributes to Edible South FL and Miami Media Group. She has contributed to, Biscayne Times and Miami New Times. She worked for nearly a decade at Miami Today as Calendar Editor and arts writer and then worked for 13 years in public relations. She has her own blog Scene Around South FL at

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