The Chicago company of “Hamilton.” (Joan Marcus)

To prepare for the public sale of tickets to “Hamilton” at 8 a.m. March 26, the Kennedy Center has created these rules:

●There is a four-ticket limit per household, and that limit includes tickets purchased during the priority sale for members.

●Tickets can be purchased in person at the arts center’s box office, by phone at 202-467-4600 and at kennedy-center.org.

●Tickets are priced at $99, $149, $179, $199 and $625. There is a 14 percent service fee per ticket for phone and online purchases.

●Patrons may not park or sleep overnight on Kennedy Center property.

●Patrons using the website must create a Kennedy Center account to complete their purchase. Officials suggest creating the account — or confirming that one has been set up — before the sale.

●Patrons can have their tickets mailed or pick them up at the box office. To protect consumers, the arts center will not mail orders or make them available for pickup until 30 to 45 days after purchase. Tickets cannot be printed at home or emailed.

●Online purchasers will use the new “Fast Find” tool to select tickets. The center created a video with instructions.