****Note for Users August 23rd, 2017****
First of all, It’s been a great almost-a-year since I first wrote and released Hamdroid. I’ve really appreciated all the bug reports and notes of encouragement from users, and I hope I’ve helped people win the Hamilton lottery.
For users who haven’t heard, Hamilton recently decided to create and release an official app of their own, and it includes lottery entry: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.hamilton.app
I am moving on to other projects, so this app will no longer be updated. Feel free to use and download if still you prefer it to the official app. To all the uses who were here with me before the official app existed, thank you for your support, and to everyone, good luck in the lottery!
Want to see Hamilton? Want a chance to see it for $10 a ticket? The Ham4Ham online lottery is here for you, and our unofficial app is here to make entering it as quick and easy as possible.
The first time you run the app, you’ll be asked to enter your information as required by the lottery (i.e. name, email, birthday, zip code). You can update this information later if you like.
After that, it’s easy to enter:
Step 1: Choose the show time you’d like to enter the lottery for.
Step 2: Watch as your info is filled out for you, then check the box and prove you’re a human.
Step 3: Tap ‘Enter’ to enter the lottery!
This app was made by an amateur in my spare time using the MIT App Inventor 2. I’ll do my best to respond to any support requests or feature suggestions.
Good luck, and let me know if you win! I’d love to see a selfie at the theater.
The fine print:
This app is not affiliated with Hamilton or Lucky Seat (but we are big fans!)
This free app is (unobtrusively) ad-supported.
Your form information is saved onto your phone locally and is only shared (with only one other party, the makers of the lottery you submit to) when you submit it to the lottery.
If you have any questions about this, please get in touch.
As stated in the app description, this app is no longer actively maintained. However, as a Seattle native, I can’t let my hometown down. Seattle lottery support added.
Good luck, Seattleites, and all the best from NYC!