Well, that did not take long.
Hours after tickets for Tony Award-winning musical, "Hamilton," at ASU Gammage went on sale through Ticketmaster's Verified Fan program on Monday, they were gone.
"Tickets to HAMILTON are no longer available through Ticketmaster.com," ASU Gammage posted to its Facebook page. "Additional seats may be made available for sale closer to the engagement."
Those wanting tickets had to register with Ticketmaster's Verified Fan last week. On Sunday and Monday, a random selection of registrants was given access codes to purchase presale tickets. Still, tickets were not guaranteed. Prices ranged between $79.50 - $480 per ticket.
If you're still looking for a way to get tickets, you do have a few options before the show visits the Valley, Jan. 30 - Feb. 25, 2018.
Resale market: Tickets are available on resale websites like Stubhub.com and Vividseats.com, but they may be more than face value. As of Monday night, seats in the balcony were starting at $219 a ticket while others went as high as $400. We found tickets in the orchestra level (closest to the stage) for more than $900. As always, you will want to do some extra research to make sure the website you're purchasing from is legit and not a scam.
Ticketmaster.com: Ticketmaster's website said tickets would go on sale to the general public on Tuesday, Dec. 12 at 10 a.m., although it wasn't immediately clear how many tickets, if any, would be available. ASU Gammage said in its Facebook post that "additional seats may be made available" as the show draws nearer. Also not clear how many tickets, if any, would be available.
Lottery: There will be forty $10 orchestra-level seats sold in a lottery for each performance of the show's four-week run, ASU Gammage said. Details on how that process will work would be announced at a later date, the theater said.