‘Hamilton’ fans pay big bucks to see final Lin-Manuel Miranda performance

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TIMES SQUARE, Manhattan — The house is sold out for the performances and the crowds are also gathering outside along West 46th Street.

On Saturday, Lin-Manuel Miranda will take his final bow for this run of the hit Broadway show "Hamilton."

Hundreds of fans have crowded the stage door and recently Miranda has not exited outside to insure everyone's safety.

He has issued greetings on Twitter and other social media apps.

Tickets are going for $900 and as high as $20,000 on the resale market.

The daily free ticket lottery will be held on Saturday you can enter here: https://lottery.broadwaydirect.com/show/hamilton/

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