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Hamilton Tickets

Date of last version: March 2024

  1. How Much Are Hamilton Tickets?
  2. When Should I Book Tickets for Hamilton?
  3. How Do I Get Last Minute Hamilton Tickets?
  4. Where Should I Sit at Hamilton?
  5. How to Get Cheap Hamilton Matinee Tickets
  6. Where Can I Buy Discounted Hamilton Tickets?
  7. Where to Buy Group Tickets for Hamilton
  8. Hamilton Tickets and Hotel Packages 
  9. About Hamilton Venue

1. How Much Are Hamilton Tickets?

The show is one of the most popular West End musicals in London, attracting audiences from around the globe with its smash-hit songs, staging and casts. As it’s such a sought-after production, theatregoers are prepared to spend a lot to be in the room where it happens, with ticket prices often surpassing £200 for the top seats.

There are a few ways to get the cheapest Hamilton tickets, including Day Seats and, if you can, booking tickets to mid-week performances. The musical isn’t always discounted, but it sometimes appears in seasonal promotions, so keep your eyes out for the difference in prices over different days and months. 

If you can’t find a discount, don’t worry! Below we’ve pulled together a complete guide to making the most of your budget and getting cheap Hamilton tickets. 

2. When Should I Book Tickets for Hamilton?

There’s typically good availability for Hamilton a month in advance, although the cheaper-priced seats tend to sell out earlier. If you want to see the musical during its peak times, like over the weekend or during the school and bank holidays, we recommend booking a few months in advance to secure the best seats within your budget. 

Weekends, bank holidays and usual school holidays are the busiest times to visit the Victoria Palace Theatre, which means these dates are typically the most expensive. It’s no secret that off-peak performances will save you money, so if you’re flexible, we recommend booking tickets for performances between Monday and Thursday. 

Offers aren’t always available for Hamilton. However, the show is sometimes included in seasonal promotions, such as London Theatre Week or the London Theatre New Year Sale, so it’s best to keep your eyes out for any of these. 

3. How Do I Get Last Minute Hamilton Tickets?

The best way to get good value, last-minute tickets for Hamilton is online. It’s also worth visiting the TKTS booth in Leicester Square or checking the online listings for discounted same-day tickets. 

On the day of, a limited number of standing tickets at the back of the Grand Circle are released for £12.50 - these are by far the cheapest tickets for the popular musical. Or, if you plan ahead, enter the TodayTix Hamilton ticket lottery, where you’ll be in for a chance to win £10 tickets. Entries for the lottery open every Friday and winners are drawn each Thursday between 1pm and 5pm. If you’re a lucky winner, you’ll be notified via email and you’ll have 30 minutes to claim your tickets. 

Unsold tickets on the day of performances may be lowered in price depending on demand. At the time of writing, Seat E18 in the Grand Circle is £52.50 on the day of the performance, however, it’s £17 more for the same seat two days later. 

Price comparison of Hamilton musical in London tickets for performances on the day being discounted versus tickets a few days later that are higher in price.

It’s best to keep in mind that this isn’t always the case, especially during peak times or when a performance is nearly sold out. Always spend time researching ticket prices before buying last minute, as prices are influenced by supply and demand. 

4. Where Should I Sit at Hamilton?

In 2016 the theatre underwent a multi-million pound refurbishment, opening its doors in 2017 to welcome theatregoers to Hamilton. Most of the seats in the theatre boast a great view of the stage, with only a handful of seats offering a restricted view. The best seats for the musical are towards the middle of the stalls, so you can catch all of the action happening on stage; however, these come with a hefty price tag. There are also padded benches in the Grand Circle that sit 4 in a row, costing £20 per ticket - these are seats AA1-AA8. You may need to lean forward to see some of the stage, but don’t let this put you off. 

View from seat from SeatPlan of Victoria Palace Theatre Grand Circle Slips 3

Victoria Palace Grand Circle Slips 3

Check our guide to the best cheap seats for Hamilton for tips on finding great value seats within your budget.

5. How to Get Cheap Hamilton Matinee Tickets

There are two matinees per week at Victoria Palace Theatre, with performances starting at 2.30pm on Thursdays and Saturdays. All evening performances start at 7.30pm throughout the week. 

If you’re flexible with your time, we recommend booking tickets to a Thursday matinee as you may be able to save a significant amount on tickets. At the time of writing Royal Circle D19 is £135 on Thursday afternoon and £200 on Saturday afternoon via the box office. That’s a saving of over 35%. 

Price comparison of Hamilton musical in London tickets for matinee performances on a weekday being discounted versus tickets on weekends that are higher in price.

6. Where Can I Buy Discounted Hamilton Tickets?

We’ve already mentioned the possibility of discounted Hamilton tickets above, however, there are a few other ways you may be able to get reduced-fee tickets below. 

Hamilton Access Discounts

Discounted access tickets may be available for select seats or companion tickets for Hamilton. To find out more you can call the theatre's dedicated booking line at 0344 482 5137 or email the access department at access@delfontmackintosh.co.uk. Or, click here for more information online. 

Other Hamilton Discount Tickets

Bookmark sites like Love Theatre and lastminute.com for Hamilton discounts. They often have savings that aren’t available at the box office. To get alerts on the latest discounts straight to your inbox, 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. Where to Buy Group Tickets for Hamilton

Various discounts are available for group bookings, these include:

  • Groups of 10+: Stalls and Dress Circle seas reduced to £75 (Monday - Thursday)
  • Groups of 10+: Grand Circle seats reduced to £49.50 (Monday - Thursday)
  • School groups of 10+: Grand Circle seats as low as £25 for Thursday matinees
  • School groups of 10+: Grand Circle seats as low as £35 for Tuesday and Wednesday evenings

You can find more information on how to book group tickets to Hamilton here or by calling 0344 482 5100. 

8. Hamilton Tickets and Hotel Packages 

Hamilton is popular with adults, families, tourists and Londoners and there is an array of hotel and show packages available. 

Holiday Extras Hamilton Musical With Hotel

TheatreBreaks Hamilton Tickets and Hotel Break

Wowcher Hamilton Tickets and 1-2 Nights Hotel 

As the theatre is in Central London, there’s also a range of hotels to suit most budgets. You can find out where the theatre is located here.

9. About the Hamilton Venue

The London production of Hamilton is currently on at Victoria Palace Theatre. The theatre is located only a couple of minutes walk from Victoria tube and train station, making it easily accessible from almost anywhere in the city. 

There is an array of shops and eateries just next door in Cardinal Place shopping centre. From M&S to Nandos, Wagamamas and Five Guys there’s a great selection to grab food and drink from before or after the show. 

It’s good to bear in mind that any food purchased outside of the theatre is not permitted. Not to worry, the venue has 5 bars which all sell a range of alcoholic and soft drinks, as well as sweet and savoury snacks. 

Doors to the theatre open 1 hour and 30 minutes before the show begins, so make sure you arrive early if you want to browse merchandise and have a couple of drinks from the bars dotted around the theatre. Performances are typically 2 hours and 45 minutes long, with a 15-minute interval - so bear this in mind when planning your journey home for evening performances. 

Date of last version: March 2024

Disclaimer: 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.

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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:
15th May 2024

BOOKING UNTIL:
29th Mar 2025

Running time

Will be confirmed when show opens

Children

Best for age 10+. Under 3s not permitted. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.