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David Worlock | NCAA.com | January 30, 2017

Tickets available for first week of NCAA tournament

  Tickets can now be purchased for the opening round and first weekend of tournament play.

Tickets to preliminary-round games of the 2017 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship remain available for purchase. Tickets are available at www.NCAA.com/mbbtickets.

“Tickets typically get sold quickly once the tournament field is announced, so we encourage fans who want to experience March Madness to purchase their tickets as soon as possible,” said Dan Gavitt, NCAA vice president of men’s basketball championships. “If the first three months of the season are any indication, this year’s version of March Madness is going to be an incredible event with thrilling games fans won’t want to miss.” 

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 14 and 15, Dayton, Ohio.
  • March 16 and 18, Milwaukee.
  • March 16 and 18, Orlando, Florida.
  • March 16 and 18, Salt Lake City.
  • March 17 and 19, Indianapolis.
  • March 17 and 19, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

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. 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 2017 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship, including the 2017 NCAA Final Four in Phoenix. For more information on The NCAA Experience, or to purchase tickets, please visit www.NCAA.com/VIP.  

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