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Clinton Campaign Offers Chance to See 'Hamilton' — at a Cost

'Hamilton' won 11 Tony Awards, including best musical

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    In this June 12, 2016 file photo, Lin-Manuel Miranda and the cast of "Hamilton" perform at the Tony Awards in New York. Hillary Clinton supporters will get a chance to see the hit musical "Hamilton" if they're willing to pay prices that are breathtaking even by Broadway standards. Tickets for a special matinee July 12 to benefit her campaign start at $2,700 each, while $10,000 will get a "premium seat" that includes a photo session with Clinton.

    Hillary Clinton supporters will get a chance to see the hit musical "Hamilton" if they're willing to pay prices that are breathtaking even by Broadway standards.

    Tickets for a special matinee July 12 to benefit her campaign start at $2,700 each, while $10,000 will get a "premium seat" that includes a photo session with Clinton.

    The campaign website says that for $100,000, people can get a deal that includes two premium seats, a "wrap party" with Clinton "and other special guests" plus other benefits.

    Clinton is also raffling off a ticket to see the coveted show with the former secretary of state. Clinton's campaign will cover hotel and travel for the supporter who wins the lucky ticket. A raffle entry costs a $1 donation to the campaign.

    The hip-hop-flavored biography about the first U.S. treasury secretary is the hardest ticket to get on Broadway, even at a record $849 for a premium ticket and even higher prices in a thriving black market.

    "Hamilton" won 11 Tony Awards, including best musical.