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Tickets for the NCAA games are very limited when given to the schools slotted at arenas. Paying license fees for seats at any home games/schools in most cases is likely to get you nothing when the NCAAs start...due to limited tickets to schools. Almost all tournament NCAA locations never sell out and you can always walk up day of games and get a ticket at face value. Or you may be able to get tickets below face value even from ticket brokers the day of a game. Same goes for the Final 4 and the Final 2 especially. If you check internet broker sites today, Sunday...there are thousands of seats for sale in almost all sections of the arena for the FF2. And the prices start at $85 a ticket , most at $100 a seat. Well below face value. When I have gone to the NCAAs over the past many years ....always paid below face value and the seats are in the bottom levels..not high up. Just a few tips in paying low prices for almost any NCAA tournament games. The next few FF s coming up soon are in Atlanta and Indy...easy driving distance. A regional in Indy next year.
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The last FF2 in Indy was a nightmare. The whole damn state of Wisc showed up, and most tickets stayed above face right up to tip. But that was an anomaly. Usually FF and F2 tickets can be had at or below face close to tip. At Detroit tickets were on sale at boxoffice on Sat.
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