An Early Look At 2014 Big East Tournament Tickets

January 10, 2014

As the college basketball season turns over the calendar to 2014, it means March and conference tournaments are quickly approaching. Regular season conference play has now started with schools playing for seeding in their conference tournament. There is perhaps no bigger conference tournament than the Big East Tournament held every year in Madison Square Garden. Although the Big East has shuffled some teams around since last season, it will still be one of the most exciting conferences in college basketball.

There is a pre-sale now available for those fans interested in Big East Tournament tickets. Prices range from $180 to $275 per seat in the 200 and 400 levels of Madison Square Garden. That range of prices fits in well with the secondary market average from the past two Big East Tournaments. In 2012, the average ticket price on the secondary market over all sessions was $199.78 The price rose 5.7% to $211.99 per ticket in 2013. Tickets are currently available at a lower average price for all five sessions this year’s tournament on the secondary market at $182 per ticket.

With the constant shifting of conferences in the college landscape now, the Big East is without teams like Syracuse, Pitt and UConn this season. Still, teams like Villanova, Seton Hall and Georgetown have stayed in the restructured conference. Villanova is currently ranked No. 8 in the AP Poll and would be the tournament favorite at this point in the season. There is still over two months remaining of the regular season, so plenty can happen between now and the middle of March. There’s plenty of time to get tickets for the Big East tournament, but you won’t want to miss out on one of the best college basketball experiences in the country.

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