Tickets for the Men’s Frozen Four in Tampa Bay were initially sold through a Priority Ticket Holder Purchase Process to previous Frozen Four ticket purchasers. Previous ticket purchasers accrued priority points based on the number of Frozen Fours to which he/she purchased tickets, in his/her name, between 1997 (Milwaukee) and 2015 (Boston). Access to tickets was based on a customer’s email address.
Ticket purchasers were awarded one priority point for each year tickets are purchased. For instance, if tickets were purchased for 2003 (Buffalo) and 2007 (St. Louis), the individual’s priority number would be 2 out of a possible 19. Priority points did not have to be earned in consecutive years and earned points were not lost if tickets were not purchased in any given year. Based on the individual’s number of priority points, he/she was invited to purchase tickets on a designated date and time.
Each priority ticket purchaser level was given a designated date and time when Frozen Four tickets became available for purchase. Individuals with the highest priority level were invited to purchase tickets first, followed by individuals with the next highest priority level and so on until the last priority level was reached. Priority ticket purchasers had the opportunity to purchase tickets and select their own seat locations, based on availability. Ticket orders were accepted until 11:59 p.m. Eastern time, Friday, November 27.
If you are a Priority Ticket Holder and need assistance with your ticket order and/or if your mailing address should change before January 1, 2016, please contact NCAA customer service at 866-208-0048. Tickets will be mailed in March 2016.