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.
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.