Uber is offering free tickets to Hamilton (tonight’s performance only) in New York City!
From an email sent by Uber:
Open your Uber app on Saturday, April 1 at 1 pm ET to request exclusive tickets to see that night’s Hamilton performance in NYC.
If connected, you’ll receive two complimentary tickets, an Uber ride credit (up to $25) and custom gift bag. Limited availability, while supplies last.
I saw Hamilton in Chicago 2 months ago and it was absolutely phenomenal – there’s a reason there’s a lot of hype around it.
If you don’t end up getting free tickets to Hamilton through this offer, check out the other ways you can still see the show.
Here is the fine print:
Tickets and rides subject to limited availability, and rider location at time of request. Not all riders who request “Platinum Access” will be connected with an Uber driver delivering the access package with complimentary tickets and a promotional code for an Uber ride credit of $25. Uber ride credit is valid for use on 4/1 in the 5 boroughs of NYC only. Tickets are non-transferrable and may only be used on 4/1/2017 at 8:00 PM ET. Tickets will be released if patrons do not arrive in time to be seated by 8:00 PM ET. Attendees must abide by all rules and regulations of venue and may be ejected for any such non-compliance. Limited supply offer may be modified or discontinued at any time without notice. Fulfillment of this offer is the sole responsibility of Uber.
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