Presidential Election 2016

Hillary Clinton Charging Up To $100,000 For 'Hamilton' Tickets!

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Jun. 27 2016, Updated 4:41 p.m. ET

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Hillary Clinton's donors now have the chance to see a special performance of the hit Broadway show Hamilton, but it's going to cost them an enormous sum!

The Democratic Presidential candidate's campaign is selling tickets to the Tony-winning show, ranging from $2,700 to $100,000!

And to those who can afford the steep prices, there is still one major caveat: Creator and star Lin-Manuel Miranda won't even be performing! Miranda, a tough get for the Clinton campaign, and co-stars Leslie Odom Jr. and Phillipa Soo will be performing in their final show on July 9, three days before Clinton's scheduled fundraiser.

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The lowest price guarantees only a general audience seat.

For $5,000, donors get a preferred seat and $10,000 lands a donor the opportunity for a "photo reception" with Clinton.

Clinton's website says that $33,400 "includes Premium Seat and Wrap Party with Hillary and other special guests."

The whopping $100,000 donation, meanwhile, grants donors two premium seats, a chance to attend the wrap party with Clinton and "other special guests," and an invitation to the upcoming Democratic National Convention.

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Clinton has long been chummy with A-listers and has made headlines for her lavish fundraisers once charging $353,000  to have dinner with Clinton and George Clooney.

Would you pay that much to hang with Hillary? Let us know in the comments!



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