Mach Madness: Limited Tickets Remain in Raleigh
Wed, Mar. 09 2016, 7PM
"Selection Sunday is right around the corner, so we're providing fans with the opportunity to purchase the few tickets we have remaining at the First Four, as well as the first- and second-round and regional sites," said Dan Gavitt, NCAA vice president of men's basketball championships.
Various ticket options are available at the following sites:
First Four/first/second rounds
March 15 and 16, Dayton, Ohio
March 17 and 19, Providence, Rhode Island
March 17 and 19, Des Moines, Iowa
March 17 and 19, Raleigh, North Carolina
March 17 and 19, Denver
March 18 and 20, Brooklyn, New York
March 18 and 20, St. Louis
March 18 and 20, Oklahoma City
March 18 and 20, Spokane, Washington
West Regional, March 24 and 26, Anaheim, California
South Regional, March 24 and 26, Louisville, Kentucky
Midwest Regional, March 25 and 27, Chicago
East Regional, March 25 and 27, Philadelphia
The NCAA encourages fans to use ncaa.com/mbbtickets for ticket purchases to ensure they receive genuine NCAA championship tickets and not counterfeits. PrimeSport, the official ticket and hospitality provider of the NCAA, also has official tickets and hospitality options available through The NCAA Experience for the 2016 men's basketball championship, including the Final Four. For more information on The NCAA Experience, or to purchase tickets, please visit ncaa.com/vip.
Tickets can be bought and sold directly with other fans through the official NCAA Ticket Exchange. The NCAA Ticket Exchange allows fans to buy and sell official tickets online in an NCAA-approved, safe and 100 percent guaranteed environment. For more information on the NCAA Ticket Exchange, or to purchase tickets, please visit ncaa.com/exchange.
Additionally, the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship Selection Show will air from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Eastern time Sunday on CBS. The Final Four national semifinals Saturday, April 2, will be televised on TBS, along with the national championship Monday, April 4, marking the first time the title game will air on cable television in the 78-year history of the NCAA tournament.