"Hamilton is a touchstone."
-The Stage-

"an invigorating and original musical"
-The Guardian-

"several knockout numbers"
-The Independent-

Hamilton Tickets

Last revised: August 2022

1. Hamilton Ticket Prices
2. When to Book Tickets for Hamilton in London
3. Hamilton Last Minute Tickets | Hamilton Lottery Tickets | Hamilton Standing Tickets
4. What Are the Best Hamilton Seats? | Best Hamilton tickets under £80
5. Cheap Hamilton Matinee Tickets
6. Group Discounts for Hamilton in London | Hamilton Ticket and Hotel Packages
7. About the Hamilton West End Venue
8. Useful Links | Price Alerts

1. Hamilton Ticket Prices

If you want to be in the room where it happens, you should be prepared to spend a lot of money! Hamilton is one of the West End's most expensive shows and although standard seated tickets start at £20, it's continued popularity means top prices are around £200.

Hamilton is also very rarely discounted, so you'll need to mark a few seasonal promotions in your calendar to get the best prices all year. There are also some schemes and lotteries for cheap Hamilton tickets at the last minute.

Below, we've shared all our our top tips for saving money on this incredible musical, from discounts to restricted view seats, to help you get the best for your budget.

2. When to Book Tickets for Hamilton in London

Hamilton is one of the most popular West End shows, and sells very well in advance. If you want to get the cheapest tickets, book a few weeks early; when we checked performances for this week, there were only a handful left in each price band, and next week almost every seat under £50 is already sold.

If you book for a midweek performance instead of a weekend, you can also save some money on certain price bands. Peak periods (which include weekends, Friday evenings and school holidays) are always more expensive.

Another great time to book cheaper tickets for Hamilton is around Christmas and the New Year, when Official London Theatre's New Year Sale goes live. A limited number of exclusively priced tickets are released for participating shows. Hamilton isn't guaranteed to be on the list but if it is, you're unlikely to find a better value seat all year.

3. Hamilton Last Minute Tickets

Although Hamilton sells a lot of advance tickets, you can still get some good bargains at the last minute. The TKTS booth in Leicester Square and online sometimes lists discounted same-day tickets, and reduced price Day Seats may be available at box office discretion, in person. Any returns will also be put back on sale, either online or at the box office.

Hamilton Lottery Tickets

The Hamilton London Ticket Lottery is a great way to get a very cheap ticket for the musical, although it can be difficult to win. These are for up to two £10 tickets for the following week.

You can enter the Hamilton Lottery on the TodayTix app between 12:01am each Friday, through to 1pm the following Thursday. Winners are notified between 1pm and 6pm on Thursdays, and have an hour to book their cheap tickets.

Hamilton Standing Tickets

There are 10 standing tickets for Hamilton at the back of the Grand Circle, priced at £12.50. These are available to book on the day of the performance, at the Hamilton box office online.

Dynamic Hamilton Ticket Pricing

Like many West End shows, Hamilton uses dynamic pricing on some unsold tickets. As the performance date gets closer, you may notice that the price of a ticket drops. For example, on the box office website Stalls M44 is £69.50 for tonight's performance, and £79.50 for the same performance one week later.

4. What Are the Best Hamilton Seats?

Like most musicals, the best Hamilton seats are in the centre of the Stalls and front of the Grand Circle. Premium tickets can cost a staggering £200 on weekends.

Victoria Palace Theatre Stalls F25

There are a lot of good value seats across the auditorium if you don't want to spend an eye-watering amount on tickets. In particular, many restricted view seats at either end of the Stalls are at least £100 cheaper than premium. You will miss some parts of the show from these angles, but not enough to wish you'd paid twice as much!

Restricted View Stalls G8

Insider Tip: Check SeatPlan's Victoria Palace Theatre seating plan for photos of the view before you book.

Best Hamilton tickets under £80: On the weekend, you're unlikely to find a Hamilton ticket in the Stalls or Royal Circle for less than £80, but weekdays have a bit more choice. No matter which day of the week you're seeing the show, these are some of the best value tickets for less than £80:

1. Stalls E8 (from £79.50). This seat is marked restricted view because you will miss some action from the walkway, but is very immersive and close to the stage.

2. Royal Circle H1 (from £69.50). This seat has limited legroom, but for view many theatregoers confirm you don't miss much at all.

3. Grand Circle G19 (from £52.50). This seat is far back but very central, and on an aisle for extra legroom.

4. Grand Circle A38 (from £39.50). This seat is far back and to the side, so you miss a bit of action on the same side - but the view is very good for the price.

5. Grand Circle Slips 5 (from £20). This seat is side-on and may be uncomfortable, but at such a low price (just 10% of a premium ticket), this is worth trying if you want the cheapest possible seated ticket at Hamilton.

Insider Tip: Hamilton has some walkways on stage, where action is performed higher up. If you sit further back in the Stalls you may miss some of this. A lot of the show is played centre stage so seats at the sides won't be too much of an issue.

5. Cheap Hamilton Matinee Tickets

There are two matinees for Hamilton each week, on Thursdays and Saturdays at 2.30pm. Evening performances start at 7.30pm.

Thursday matinees are cheaper than evening performances on the same day for certain tickets. When we checked a date in September, Royal Circle L10 was £50 for the 2.30pm performance and £75 for the 7.30pm performance:

This is not the case for Saturday matinees, which tend to cost the same as Saturday evening performances.

6. Group Discounts for Hamilton in London

Group bookings for 10+ people Hamilton are currently full price. For more information, contact the box office at 03444825100 or groupsales@delfontmackintosh.co.uk.

School groups can book Grand Circle seats for £25 and £35, plus one free teacher ticket per 10 student tickets. This is valid for Thursday matinee performances during term time. For more information, contact 03444825100 or education@delfontmackintosh.co.uk.

Hamilton Ticket and Hotel Packages

If you want to combine your trip to see Hamilton with an overnight stay or other activities, there are some package deals available including:

Red Letter Days has a variety of West End packages for tickets and dinner - some of these may be suitable for Hamilton. Before booking, always check prices separately in case a DIY trip is cheaper for you.

Hamilton Access Discounts

Disabled theatregoers and their companions or carers can get special rates for Hamilton. For more information, contact access@delfontmackintosh.co.uk or 03444825137.

Other Hamilton Discount Tickets

Hamilton is not discounted often because it still sells incredibly well at full price. It is worth bookmarking ticket agents such as Love Theatre and lastminute.com, who list a huge range of theatre deals not available at the box office.

You are most likely to get discounted Hamilton musical tickets in the Official London Theatre New Year Sale, which opens in December.

To get alerts on any future Hamilton discounts, sign up to our mailing list.

2 for 1 Hamilton Tickets

There are not currently any 2 for 1 deals on Hamilton tickets in London, but if you follow our other tips, you should be able to save some money for your theatre trip.

7. About the Hamilton West End Venue

The Victoria Palace Theatre, home of Hamilton in London, is located in Victoria. It is a bit further away from the main West End area, although Wicked is also in this part of London. Victoria is a lively area with lots of free attractions nearby including St. James Park and Buckingham Palace.

There is a 20-minute interval during Hamilton, and you will be able to buy refreshments at the bar during this time. If you want to save money, you can usually bring a plastic water bottle in your bag instead. If you have large bags or luggage, you will need to store these offsite - Stasher bag storage operates around London for a good price.

You can view Hamilton merchandise prices before your visit at the Hamilton online shop.

Where to eat near Hamilton in LondonMarket Hall Victoria (£-££)
Bleeker Burger (£-££)
Group BookingsGroup bookings for 10+are full price. More information on 03444825100 or @delfontmackintosh.co.uk.

School groups can book Grand Circle for £25/£35, plus one free teacher ticket per 10 students. Valid for Thursday matinees. More information on 03444825100 or education@delfontmackintosh.co.uk.
ConcessionsAccess information and tickets available at 03444825137 or access@delfontmackintosh.co.uk.
PackagesOmega Breaks - Hamilton Show and Hotel

IceLolly.com - Hamilton West End theatre break
Other OffersOfficial London Theatre New Year Sale

Kids Week - Free Theatre Tickets for Under 17s
Travel TipsThe Victoria Palace Theatre is part of the Q-Park Theatreland Scheme for money off parking in London.

Please note that all offers, discounts and prices are subject to change and may expire or be discontinued. All prices listed were correct at the time of writing. Sign up to our mailing list for future Hamilton offers.

Last revised: August 2022

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Playing at

Victoria Palace Theatre
Victoria Street
London
SW1E 5EA
Seating Plan

Victoria Palace Theatre seating plan

Booking period

SHOW OPENED:
6th Dec 2017

BOOKING FROM:
22nd Sep 2022

BOOKING UNTIL:
4th Mar 2023

Running time

2 hours 45 minutes (including 15 minute interval)

Children

Best for age 10+. Please be advised that children under the age of 16 may be refused entry if they are not sitting next to an accompanying adult.