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NCAA.com | October 1, 2014

Tournament tickets on sale Oct. 18

INDIANAPOLIS -- Tickets to preliminary rounds of the 2015 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship go on sale October 18 at 10 a.m. local time to each host city. Fans wishing to buy tickets to the First Four, second- and third-round games or regional competition should go to www.NCAA.com/MBBTickets.

The 2015 championship begins with the First Four, four first-round games taking place in Dayton, Ohio March 17 and 18. Second- and third-round action takes place in Jacksonville, Florida, Louisville, Kentucky, Pittsburgh and Portland, Oregon, March 19 and 21, while Charlotte, North Carolina, Columbus, Ohio, Omaha, Nebraska, and Seattle will host second- and third-round games March 20 and 22.

Cleveland will serve as the Midwest Regional site and Los Angeles will host the West Regional on March 26 and 28. Syracuse, New York will be the site for the East Regional and Houston will host the South Regional on March 27 and 29.

The 77th NCAA Men’s Final Four will be co-hosted by the Horizon League and IUPUI April 4 and 6. General tickets to the games at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis are sold out, but fans still have the opportunity to purchase The NCAA Experience official ticket and hospitality packages from PrimeSport, the official ticket and hospitality provider of the NCAA, by visiting www.NCAA.com/VIP. The NCAA Experience ticket and hospitality packages for all preliminary rounds of the championship can also be purchased at that website via PrimeSport. 

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