IMPORTANT If You’re Buying Hamilton Tickets Monday

The minute this show was announced that it was coming to Proctors, everyone’s been talking about wanting to know when tickets go on sale. Proctors announced this week that tickets officially go on sale Monday but there are some things you need to know before you buy.

Until now, the only people that had tickets to seeing Hamilton at Proctors were subscription holders. Starting Monday, tickets will go on sale and I assume they were be selling out quickly.

You have three options to buy tickets if you plan on doing so on Monday. You can either purchase them online, call the Proctors box office, or buy them directly at the Proctors box office in Schenectady, starting at 10:00am. There is a maximum of 4 tickets allowed to be purchased at one time.

IF YOU PLAN TO BUY TICKETS ONLINE: Proctors sent out an email with some information for those who intend to buy tickets online. In order to buy tickets, patrons will need to have a account. You don’t want to miss out on great seats while you’re creating an account. The best thing to do would be to create an account now so that you’re ready when 10:00am on Monday rolls around.

IF YOU PLAN TO CALL THE BOX OFFICE DIRECTLY: Expect to be waiting in line on the phone. They have a limited number of people who can help you so make sure you’re able to hold on the phone for a little while.

IF YOU PLAN TO BUY TICKETS IN-PERSON AT THE BOX OFFICE: Proctors broke down the rules and regulations in a recent email about box office purchases. They will not allow overnight camping or line holding. You still must be a member. From 8:00am-9:45am, you will be a randomized queue number and a pre-order form to fill out to expedite the process. If you arrive after 9:45am, you will receive numbers in sequential order. The first purchase group will be called at 9:45am and you must be present when called. There is no guarantee that if you have a number, you will get tickets.

Good luck!

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