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NCAA.com | February 9, 2015

Tickets available for 2015 NCAA DI Men’s Basketball Championship preliminary rounds

Tickets to preliminary round games of the 2015 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship remain available for purchase. Tickets are available at www.ncaa.com/mbbtickets.

“We believe ticket purchases will go fast once the teams are selected and placed at the preliminary sites,” said Dan Gavitt, the NCAA’s vice president of men’s basketball. “Everyone is gearing up for another exciting tournament so this is an opportunity for fans to see their favorite teams and experience NCAA March Madness.”

All-session tickets are available for purchase for all 13 preliminary round sites and single-session tickets are now available for the following select sites:

• March 17 and 18, Dayton, Ohio
• March 19 and 21, Jacksonville, Florida
• March 19 and 21,  Pittsburgh
• March 19 and 21,  Portland
• March 20 and 22, Charlotte, North Carolina
• March 20 and 22,  Columbus, Ohio
• East Regional -- March 27 and 29, Syracuse, New York
• South Regional  -- March 27 and 29,  Houston

The NCAA encourages fans to use www.ncaa.com/mbbtickets for ticket purchases to ensure they are receiving genuine NCAA championship tickets and not counterfeits.  Additionally, 96 cents of every dollar earned is returned to NCAA colleges and universities and can be used for student-athlete programming and athletics needs.

PrimeSport, the Official Ticket and Hospitality Provider of the NCAA, also has official tickets and hospitality options available through The NCAA Experience for every location of the 2015 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship, including the 2015 NCAA Final Four. For more information on The NCAA Experience, or to purchase tickets, please visit NCAA.com/VIP.

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