1. Don’t do anything silly
Ignore the horror stories of New Yorkers spaffing crazy money on secondary resale sites for the original Braodway production of ’Hamilton’. The fact is the West End production is a lot cheaper to see than the Broadway production, in large part thanks to a pioneering ticketless system that has stopped the industrial-scale touting that has inflated prices across the pond. There is also better ticketing availabaility. But you absolutely musn't buy a ticket off a secondary retail site: the odds are you won’t get in; if you do, you’ll have to be physically accompanied by the tout.
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