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Rick Nixon | | October 25, 2016

General public all-session tickets for 2017 NCAA Women's Final Four go on sale Friday

The NCAA has announced a variety of ticket options for the upcoming Division I Women’s Basketball Championship, with individual all-session tickets for the 2017 NCAA Women’s Final Four in Dallas going on sale Friday to the general public.

All-session tickets for the Women’s Final Four, priced at $75 and up, will enable the holder to attend two national semifinal games at 6:30 and 9 p.m. Central time Friday, March 31, and the national championship game at 5 p.m. Central time Sunday, April 2, and can be purchased online at It will be the first time that Dallas has played host to the marquee women’s sporting event, with all games played at American Airlines Center. The 2017 Women’s Final Four will be played on Friday-Sunday for the first time since the games were switched to a Sunday-Tuesday format in 2003 . 

Women’s Final Four group tickets of 25 or more are available for $65 and can be purchased by contacting Taylor Dadds (; 214-665-4274). Group seating will be located in the balcony end zone of American Airlines Center.

In addition to the group balcony tickets being available, a special Finals Fanatics balcony package also will be available for fans. The Finals Fanatics package costs $75 and includes a food voucher, complimentary ticket to a 2017 Dallas Wings game, signed photo of a Dallas Wings player, airtime on the American Airlines Center video board and possible visits to the section by special guests.

Suites for individuals or businesses are also available for the Women’s Final Four. Those interested should contact Glenn Bright (; 214-665-4506) beginning Friday. Suites are not available to purchase online.

The NCAA Experience offers fans official premium game tickets, pregame hospitality and/or hotel packages now available from PrimeSport, the official ticket and hospitality provider of the 2017 Women’s Final Four. For more information on The NCAA Experience, or to purchase tickets, visit

Former NCAA women’s basketball student-athletes from all divisions are invited to enjoy the 2017 Women’s Final Four weekend by participating in the AlumNation program. AlumNation participants will enjoy exclusive alumni parties, networking opportunities, a free swag bag and reserved alumni seating for both Women’s Final Four sessions. AlumNation tickets are $125 for balcony midcourt or $99 for balcony corner seating. Contact Kelsey Harris (; 317-917-6820) for more AlumNation information.

In addition to the Women’s Final Four tickets being available for purchase this week, 2017 Division I Women’s Basketball Championship regional-round tickets will go on sale Wednesday at Regional games will be played March 24 and 26 at Rupp Arena in Lexington, Kentucky, and Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, and March 25 and 27 at Webster Bank Arena in Bridgeport, Connecticut, and Stockton Arena in Stockton, California.

NCAA tickets may not be offered as a prize in a promotion, sweepstakes or contest, or auctioned for fundraising purposes unless authorized in advance by the NCAA. The NCAA reminds fans that purchasing tickets from secondary unauthorized vendors may result in fraudulent purchases.

For the latest event, volunteer and registration information for the Women's Final Four, visit

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