Don’t miss out on any of the action, buy your NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament tickets today. This single-elimination tournament has been televised since 1969 but started in 1939 when eight college basketball teams played to determine the overall basketball champion for that season. The Oregon Ducks won that first National Championship; they have not been crowned the national basketball champions since. The University of California at Los Angeles has earned the most number of titles at 11. Buy your NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament tickets now.
Another name for the tournament is the NCAA March Madness, which has a total of 68 teams playing for the title. There are 32 teams that receive automatic bids. The rest of the teams are granted a bid during Selection Sunday, typically in the middle of March. This broadcast show occurs after the conclusion of all-conference championships, like the Big 12 Men's Basketball Tournament played at the Sprint Center in Kansas City. There are four teams that are dubbed the First Four, that play Tuesday and Wednesday before the actual tournament starts on Thursday. The games are played at predetermined neutral indoor stadiums across the country and divided into regions, East, South, Midwest, West. Every single team is seeded and has a path they must follow to win the national championship game called the Final Four. The final game is played usually on the first Monday in April. Millions of people each year fill out their NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament bracket. Your bracket must be completed before the start of the first game on Thursday of the tournament. Some participate in office parties while others compete for large lumps of cash. When you fill out your bracket, you have to be mindful of Cinderalla Story games, where teams do better in the tournament than previously expected. Because every team is seeded, there is the possibility that an upset game will occur; that’s when a lower-ranked team beats at a higher-ranked team. These can be called bracket busters that destroys the ability to have a perfect bracket. There’s a reason it’s called March Madness. Grab your NCAA Tournament tickets today.
During the 2020 season, the tournament was canceled due to growing concerns over the global Coronavirus pandemic. This was the first time that the tournament has been not conducted since it started in 1939.
There are many factors that go into determining how much an NCAA ticket for one session of the NCAA tournament will cost. The major factor is based on the city and how far into the tournament the game is played. Earlier games will be significantly cheaper than later games. Because the Final Four game is the national championship game, those ticket prices will be extremely expensive. When you buy your NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament tickets, you are buying based on the round and session, not necessarily the teams that are playing. Since every team is seeded within the predetermined bracket, you hope that your Kansas Jayhawks will still be in the tournament for the round you purchase. There will be multiple games or sessions played at each stadium during each round of the tournament. When you buy your March Madness tickets through TicketSmarter, you can buy either by session, round or buy NCAA Tournament tickets for all sessions in that arena. So you could purchase an all-session pass for the two games played Dayton, Ohio during the First Four round.
For the play-in games or the First Four, tickets range from $100 to $184 per session. Rounds 1 & 2 cost anywhere between $150 and $500 per session. For Sweet 16 or Elite 8 games, tickets will be about $450.
NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament tickets for the current basketball season can be found at prices between $167.00 and $8651.00, while the average price per game this season is around $938.06. Next up for the team is the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament: Final Four - All Sessions Pass game at NRG Stadium, One Reliant Park, Houston, TX. The basketball game is scheduled for April 1st, 2023 at TBD and TicketSmarter has 1860 tickets available for the event. Fans looking for cheap NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament: Final Four - All Sessions Pass tickets can find them starting at $124.00, while the more expensive seats in the arena for the game can go for prices as high as $29970.00.
The first game of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament is played two days after Selection Sunday in mid-March. The tournament officially starts on that Thursday. Games are played during the day and evening, typically on the weekends. The Final Four game is played typically on the first Monday in April. The entire tournament lasts for about 21 days.
The NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament schedule has 3 basketball games left to be played during the current season. Fans have the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament: Final Four - Championship Game game at NRG Stadium, One Reliant Park, Houston, TX marked on their calendars. The basketball game will take place on April 3rd, 2023 at 8:00pm and there are 5104 ticket listings currently available on TicketSmarter with prices ranging from $71.00 to $9576.00.
Because the NCAA has already announced the next six championship stadiums, you can buy your tickets at any time. Tickets are already on sale for next year’s tournament through TicketSmarter.
The NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament is played at regular indoor arenas like the ExtraMile Arena in Boise so the seating chart is a standard basketball game seating arrangement. You can be as close to the action as you want when you buy your NCAA March Madness tickets through TicketSmarter. There you can sort by price or location to secure the best seats in the house.
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