A new release of face-value tickets for the San Francisco run of Hamilton, which officially opens Thursday following two weeks of previews and runs through August, has not gotten a ton of press attention, but after a quick check today I can confirm that there are still tickets to be had, including a few premium seats for this weekend, on the SHN website.

And if you scan ahead to May, June, July, and August, you'll find some less expensive options as well.

Premium orchestra seats are selling at three different tiers, and it's mostly seats in those more expensive tiers that are on sale now for either $768 or $868 apiece — but that beats the $14,000 some shyster was trying to sell some for.

There are also "partial view" tickets available in the side orchestra for some dates, as well as in the Loge, for $197 apiece, and those are probably the best deal given that there aren't a lot of bad seats at The Orpheum — and the only thing you may not be able to see is like one back corner of the stage.

The original block of tickets for the SF run sold out in a matter of hours on December 12, and SHN did not make clear at the time that any remaining tickets would be sold at a later date.

So have at it, theater fans, and you're welcome.

Also, don't forget, there is still a daily lottery going on with $10 tickets available and chances are the competition for those will decrease in the coming weeks and months.

Previously: 'Hamilton' National Tour Cast Includes Members Of Broadway And Chicago Casts