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NCAA.com | June 9, 2015

NCAA Ticket Exchange

Can’t use your tickets or can no longer attend the games? Sell your tickets through the official NCAA Ticket Exchange. The NCAA Ticket Exchange is the only official place to buy and sell tickets safely and securely.

Fans can buy and sell tickets with other fans quickly and easily in a safe, secure and NCAA approved marketplace. Ticket holders who are unable to attend a game, or find their team eliminated prior to the championship, have a place to safely sell their tickets. Buyers can be assured that the tickets are authentic and guaranteed, even if a game is sold out.

The NCAA reminds fans that purchasing tickets from secondary, unauthorized vendors may result in fraudulent purchases. Fans are encouraged to purchase tickets from NCAA member institutions and companies authorized by the NCAA to sell or resell championship tickets.

NCAA TICKET EXCHANGE

CHAMPIONSHIP DATES SITE DIRECT URL
Men's College World Series June 13-23/24, 2015 Omaha, Neb. Buy or sell tickets
DI W Volleyball Dec. 17 & 19, 2015 Omaha, Neb. Buy or sell tickets
FCS Football Jan. 9, 2016 Frisco, Texas Available September 2015
DI M Basketball Prelims March 15-27, 2016 13 Cities Available February 2016
DI Wrestling March 17-19, 2016 New York Available February 1, 2016
M Frozen Four April 7 & 9, 2016 Tampa Bay, Fla. Available March 2016
Men's Final Four April 2 & 4, 2016 Houston Available November 2015
Women's Final Four April 3 & 5, 2016 Indianapolis TBD
Women's College World Series June 2-7/8, 2016 Oklahoma City Available April 2016

 

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