What to Know
- For that price, theatergoers get seats in the center of the orchestra two rows back from the stage
- The average price of the final performance is $3,391
- Cheaper tickets can be had, though
You can still score a ticket to see Lin-Manuel Miranda's final "Hamilton" performance, but it'll cost ya.
The most expensive pair of tickets for Miranda's final performance Saturday night of the show available on Stubhub Friday morning were $20,000 a piece — more than the list price for a 2016 Honda Civic or Toyota Carolla.
For that price, theatergoers get seats in the center of the orchestra two rows back from the stage.
U.S. & World
Cheaper tickets can be had for the show, however. Stubhub's cheapest tickets for the show -- in the mezzanine's rear sides -- start at about $1,350.
The Wrap reports that the average resale price of "Hamilton" tickets before Miranda announced he'd be leaving the show he created ran about $1,159. But after the June 2 announcement, tickets jumped to $2,076.
The average price of the final performance is $3,391, according to The Wrap. That puts the show on par with Super Bowl 50, where resale tickets averaged about $3,931.