It’s that time again.
March Madness is upon us, penning a hopeful 76 teams with sights set on cutting the nets at University of Phoenix Stadium come April 3. Tournament action officially kicks off on Tuesday with the First Four in UD Arena in Dayton, Ohio, and fans can find relatively cheap prices on the resale market when looking for First Four tickets this season.
On TicketIQ, tickets are available in All Sessions, and individual session options for the First Four games. All Sessions Passes grant access to all four games between Tuesday and Wednesday, with passes averaging $282 and starting from $238 each. Tuesday’s games will feature New Orleans vs. Mount St. Mary’s and Wake Forest vs. Kansas State. NC Central will battle UC Davis before Providence and USC square off on Wednesday.
For fans looking to attend Tuesday’s pair of games, Session 1 First Four tickets on TicketIQ are averaging $115 and start from as low as $27 each. Those tickets permit fans to both games at UD Arena on Tuesday. It will be the cheaper of the two First Four sessions to attend. Primary tickets on Ticketmaster start from $30 each.
While Wednesday’s games will be slightly cheaper on average, they actually own a higher get-in price than Session 1 on Tuesday. As it stands now the average resale price for Session 2 First Four tickets is $112. The cheapest available are priced from $46 each.
New Orleans and Mt. Saint Mary’s square up for the first time. The winner will go on to face No. 1-seeded Villanova at KeyBank Center in Buffalo on Thursday. The winner of Tuesday’s second game will advance to play No. 6 Cincinnati and earns the No. 11 seed. Either UC Davis or NC Central will earn its first NCAA Tournament win in school history on Wednesday and move on to face No. 1 seed Kansas in Tulsa. Providence and USC battle for the second remaining spot in Tulsa against SMU.
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