PrimeSport, the Official Ticket and Hospitality Provider of the NCAA, announced Friday that Official Ticket and Hospitality Packages are now available for every round of the 2015 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship as well as the 2015 NCAA Men’s Final Four in Indianapolis.

“Over the years, our partnership with PrimeSport has allowed us to provide The NCAA Experience to fans from the First Four® all the way through the NCAA Men’s Final Four,” said Josh Logan, director of ticketing at the NCAA. “PrimeSport offers college basketball fans a safe, dependable and fully authorized method for securing tickets and VIP hospitality packages. We are thrilled to be working with them again this year for the 2015 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship.”

Through its official partnership with the NCAA, PrimeSport offers college basketball fans official NCAA championship tickets in guaranteed seat locations, pregame hospitality, and the assurance of buying directly from the NCAA’s only approved ticket and hospitality package provider. College basketball fans also have the opportunity to experience the NCAA Men’s Final Four in style as PrimeSport gives fans access to official Final Four tickets and The NCAA Experience official VIP hospitality.  This in-stadium VIP hospitality party features upscale food presentations, premium open bar, live entertainment, a chance to rub elbows with legendary coaches and players and much more.

And for the dedicated fan looking for the full experience in Indianapolis, Men’s Final Four Travel Packages are also available and include hotel accommodations, premium game tickets, access to official hospitality, official souvenirs and much more.
 
“We are looking forward to another great year of great college basketball concluding in what is sure to be an amazing Men’s Final Four in Indianapolis,” said Sam Soni, President of PrimeSport. “Through our relationship with the NCAA, we are thrilled that we can provide college basketball fans with an official source to purchase tickets and VIP hospitality packages from the first tip-off, all the way through the last basket of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship.”