The Virginia Cavaliers are rolling with the lead in the deep ACC with a 20-1 overall record. That includes an 8-1 record in conference play, which is impressive considering the many good teams in the ACC. As the season winds down for Virginia, there is a significant matchup on the road with conference rival Louisville on March 7, which is the last regular season game for the Cavaliers.
According to TicketIQ, the most expensive remaining game on the Virginia home schedule at John Paul Jones Arena is a February 7 matchup with those Louisville Cardinals. Virginia vs Louisville basketball tickets have a current average price of $176.21 on the secondary market, a 86.6% premium above the Cavaliers’ home average. The get-in price of the Saturday night game is priced at $94.
Of the remaining Virginia home games, two have tickets at an asking average price of under $100, but the least expensive game is a February 16 meeting with the Pittsburgh Panthers. Pitt vs Virginia tickets have a current secondary average price of $51.58, 45.3% below the home average, as the get-in price for this game is $17.