What you need to do to get $10 tickets to see “Hamilton” in Denver

“WORK.”

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Solea Pfeiffer, Emmy Raver-Lampman and Amber Iman as the Schuyler sisters in the "Hamilton" National Tour. (Photo: Joan Marcus)

Solea Pfeiffer, Emmy Raver-Lampman and Amber Iman as the Schuyler sisters in the "Hamilton" National Tour. (Photo: Joan Marcus)

“WORK.”

I’m only half kidding. And now that the obligatory lyrical reference is out of the way, let’s talk about the actual work you’ll need to do to get yourself a $10 orchestra seat for a performance of “Hamilton” at the Denver Center for Performing Arts.

Forty tickets for orchestra seats for each performance will be available for $10 in a digital lottery. The lottery opens two days prior to each show — so the first one opens at 11 a.m. on Sunday, Feb. 25, for tickets to the show on Tuesday, Feb. 27.

To enter, you’ll need to download the “Hamilton” app or go to hamiltonmusical.com/lottery. It’ll only accept one entry per person, and they’ll be watching for disposable email addresses.

Each round of the lottery will close at 9 a.m. the day before to the performance. You’ll be notified of whether or not you won around 11 a.m. the same day.

If you win, you have until 4 p.m. that day to purchase the tickets online. You’ll be given a special link and code. If you miss the deadline, you forfeit your tickets.

On the day of the performance, you can pick up your tickets from will call beginning two hours before the show.

Lottery tickets are void if they’re resold. You can check out additional fine print-type things here.