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Gail Dent | NCAA.com | March 12, 2015

Purchase champ. tickets from authorized sources

The NCAA reminds fans who plan to attend the 2015 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Basketball Championship games to purchase tickets from authorized sources to reduce chances of fraudulent activities. 

Fans are advised to purchase any tickets still available directly from:

NCAA.com

Men’s Championship: NCAA.com/MBBTickets
Women’s Championship: NCAA.com/WBBTickets

PrimeSport (the NCAA’s official ticket and hospitality package provider)

NCAA.com/VIP

NCAA Ticket Exchange (the NCAA’s official ticket exchange)

NCAA.com/Exchange

Host colleges/universities or athletics conferences; and ticket offices of schools participating in the championships

NCAA basketball championship tickets bear unique security marks that cannot be reproduced. Individuals who purchase tickets from unofficial sources, including unauthorized street vendors, run the risk of purchasing tickets that are not authentic and do not grant entrance to championship games.

Fans are subject to government regulations, ordinances or laws, and possible prosecution, if they are caught selling tickets to or from unauthorized sources. NCAA tickets may not be offered in a commercial promotion or as a prize in an auction, fundraiser, sweepstakes or contest, unless specifically authorized in advance by the NCAA.  

 

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