'Hamilton' will be raising its premium ticket prices at the end of the month. (Photo: Courtesy of Sam Rudy Media Relations.)

“Hamilton” broke its own box office record yet again.

The show brought in $3,797,844 across eight shows in the week ending Dec. 24, which is the highest gross ever brought in by a Broadway show in a single week, according to The Broadway League. This bests the previous record “Hamilton” set for the week ending Nov. 26, 2017, around Thanksgiving, when it grossed $3.4 million.

The average paid admission to “Hamilton” for the week was $353.06. That price was only topped by “Springsteen on Broadway,” which had an average price of admission of $508.69 for its five-show week and brought in $2.4 million.

This price could continue to climb. According to Variety, “Hamilton” has increased its top premium ticket price to $1,150 for the week between Christmas and New Years, compared to its regular top premium ticket price of $849 .

“Hamilton” first broke the box office record in January 2016, when it grossed $3.3 million.