NCAA Final Four Tickets
Final Four Tickets
are now on sale! Four schools. One national championship! Get ready for the 2015 Men's Final Four! Will your team cut down the nets inside Lucas Oil Stadium? Be there to experience the most exciting competition in college basketball. From miraculous buzzer-beaters to unforgettable upsets, nothing compares to March Madness and the Final Four. Get your 2015 Men's Final Four Tickets from Razorgator and witness all the hardwood action in Indianapolis!
NCAA Final Four Indianapolis-All Sessions Tickets: you will receive a "book" of tickets allowing you entrance to all NCAA Final Four Indianapolis games at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Final Four 2015 News and Updates
4/7/14 - Final Four Championship Game tickets are the cheapest we've seen in the last 5 years! Tickets start at just $43 to watch (No. 8) Kentucky take on (No. 7) UConn in tonight's national title showdown. Can Calipari and his squad do what Michigan State and Florida couldn't: best Ollie and the Huskies' impenetrable defense? See which school is crowned king with NCAA Championship Game tickets!
4/4/14 - One day before the Final Four begins, Championship tickets (min. $55) on Monday are cheaper than the Women's Final Four Championship game (min. $70) on Tuesday. With less than 700 All-Session passes still remaining on the secondary market, the cheapest ticket to get into all three games is $127 (section 417). If you're looking for a seat in the 300 level, pay a minimum $247. The average price of Final Four All-Session tickets is down 34 percent in the last week.
4/3/14 - Final Four tickets continue to drop with each passing day! Score an All Sessions pass for as little as $152 (less $84 since yesterday), Semifinals tickets on Saturday start at $94 (less $48), and see who gets crowned king with Championship Game tickets on Monday, starting at $70 (less $20). Will we have déjà vu and see UConn defeat the top ranked team with the same buzzer-beat back in December, or will we see the only remaining No.1 seed on the court for Monday's championship game? Get your cheap Final Four tickets now to find out!
4/2/14 - Final Four tickets have dropped even lower in price if you can believe it. Score an All Sessions pass for as little as $236 and see the best in the country compete for the national title across three games. Final Four Semifinals tickets have lowered to $142 and tickets for the Championship game on Monday start at just $90.
4/1/14 - Final Four tickets for all sessions have dropped dramatically in price since yesterday! Get-in for as low as $260 for both the semifinals and the championship game, that's over a $400 drop in get-in price. Final Four semifinals tickets have also seen a major dip in pricing and are now just $161 (down $333 from yesterday). You can't beat prices like these, grab your cheap Final Four tickets now before they go!
3/31/14 - Saturday's Final Four matchups in Arlington, TX are set. Florida will play Connecticut in the early game at AT&T Stadium followed by Kentucky and Wisconsin. UConn beat Florida on Shabazz Napier's buzzer beater in December, and the Gators only other loss came at Wisconsin in early November (the second game of the season). Final Four tickets for all sessions start at $663; $494 for the semifinal games only.
3/25/14 - You'd think weeding the number of contenders down to 16 would make the Final Four picture clearer than ever, but because of the nature of the tournament, seeding and predictions don't mean much come tip off. There are three teams from the SEC (Florida, Kentucky and Tennessee), the Big Ten (Michigan, Michigan State, Wisconsin) and Pac-12 (UCLA, Stanford, Arizona) in the Sweet 16. In the South Regional, Florida will take on UCLA and Dayton will take on Stanford (the two double-digit seeds left); the East Regional will pit Virginia against Michigan State and Iowa State against Connecticut; the West Regional sees Arizona versus San Diego State and Baylor versus Wisconsin; the Midwest Regional has Kentucky against Louisville and Tennessee against Michigan. Even though the Gators, Wolverines and Spartans are favorites to make it to the Final Four, we all know anything can happen! What is a sure thing is that Final Four tickets have gone up in price: an All-Sessions Pass to get into all three games (two Final Four, one championship game) start at $449, Saturday Semifinals Game tickets are now a $265 minimum and Monday Championship Game tickets start from $225.
3/17/14 - The bracket has been set and March Madness is finally upon us! Did your team make the final cut? Final Four All Session tickets run from $426 (Upper Concourse) to $52976 (11 person Suite). Pay half that price to attend the Final Four Semifinals—starting at $247 (Mezzanine) and up to $22704 (19 person Suite), or the Championship Game—running from $202 (Mezzanine) to $18,920 (19 person Suite).
3/12/14 – Conference Tournaments are underway and Selection Sunday is upon us! The top 4 seeds may be the favorites to play in the Final Four – Florida going 18-0 in SEC play, Wichita State making history with a 34-0 regular-season record, and Arizona with the best RPI – but never under estimate a surprise Cinderella in the lose-and-you’re-out NCAA Tournament. Final Four All-Session tickets at AT&T Stadium range from $449 (301) - $52,976 (Suite). In other words, you can watch the Final Four games (2) and Championship game for about $150 a piece – not a bad deal for the College Basketball fans! If you’re looking to score Final Four tickets (only), expect to pay a minimum $247 and if you want to solely attend the Championship game, you’ll pay no less than $202.
3/4/14 - With no more than two weeks left of the regular season, brackets have broken out and predictions of teams in contention for the Final Four are truly taking shape. Three of the top four seeds are seemingly locked in: Florida, Wichita State and Arizona—with the fourth No.1 seed open to Duke, Kansas, Creighton or Wisconsin if Syracuse can't hold it down. On the outside looking to get in are Minnesota, Oklahoma State, VCU, Florida State, Stanford and Gonzaga, all with real chances of breaking the top 25. The Final Four doesn't just bring the best in basketball together, but it also draws the biggest names in entertainment to perform at the free March Madness Music Festival in Dallas. Last year, Sting opened for Dave Matthews Band, Macklemore for Muse, and My Morning Jacket for Zac Brown Band—this year, Jason Aldean, Tim McGraw, the Killers and Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band are lined up, with more performers to be announced soon! Final Four tickets for an All Sessions pass start at $449.
2/24/14 - After losing two straight—one at home to Boston College, and another to Duke—former overall No. 1s, Syracuse, have suffered a major skid. Rising this weekend to the cusp of the top four were Louisville, who defeated Cincinnati, and Kansas, who imposed victory over Texas on Saturday. Arizona State's exciting double-overtime win against Arizona have ushered them into play as exhilarating tourney contestants. Stay posted as we head into March Madness next week and see which of the 68 teams will continue on their quest for Final Four glory!
2/18/14 - Final Four tickets for an All-Session pass (three games) have risen from $337 to $382 at the lowest, an increase that may be attributed to all the excitement stirred up over Valentine's Day weekend. On primetime Saturday night, the #2 Gators defeated Kentucky in their own house, 69-59. The victory at hostile Rupp Arena has moved Florida even closer to the top spot, just behind a now disputed #1 Syracuse. The next time the Gators play a ranked team will be a March 8 grudge-match against Kentucky: tickets start at $118 for the game in Gainesville.
2/10/14 - Who will dance all the way to the Championship game in 2014? The road to the Final Four begins with Conference Championship play mid-March, followed by first, second, and third rounds, the Sweet 16 and Elite 8 before culminating in Dallas, Texas. The NCAA is expecting record crowds for the 2014 Final Four held at AT&T Stadium, April 5 and 7. The biggest crowd for a championship game was 72,922 at Detroit’s Ford Field in 2009; AT&T Stadium holds 80,000. Dallas previously hosted the first weekend of the NCAA Division 1 Men’s Basketball Tournament in 2002 and 2006.
On Feb 10, the projected Final Four teams (#1 seeds) were: Syracuse, Arizona, Florida, and Wichita State. Will 2014 be the year of Cinderellas? Sixty-eight (68) NCAA College Basketball teams will be selected, seeded, and geographically placed on March 16 better known as Selection Sunday. In a single-elimination tournament, every game counts which intensifies the competition for teams and fans alike.
Last year, the Final Four was held at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. NCAA Final Four All-Session tickets (3 games) averaged $1,372, with the cheapest all-session ticket listed for $283. 2014 Final Four tickets for an All-Session pass, are currently averaging $1462 with a get-in price of $337. All-Session Final Four tickets are a “book” of tickets allowing the buyer entrance to all NCAA Tournament sessions (3) at AT&T Stadium. There is value in purchasing an All-Session booklet as the cost is less than buying each session individually. Pending the participating school’s proximity to Dallas and the likelihood of their fans traveling to the Final Four, expect Final Four ticket prices to fluctuate as the event draws near. Final Four tickets (2 games) for Session 1 (avg. $662) range from $270 - $2365; a bit pricier than 2013 Final Four tickets that averaged $589 and were as low as $188. Championship game tickets on April 7 (Session 2) are $100 cheaper than Semifinal tickets, averaging $562. Last year, Championship game tickets to watch Louisville and Michigan duke it out for the National title cost an average $549.
2015 Women's Final Four
NCAA Women's Final Four® tickets also available.
Purchase your 2015 NCAA Women's Final Four tickets
**NCAA, Final Four, Women's Final Four, March Madness, and The NCAA Experience are trademarks owned or licensed by the National Collegiate Athletic Association.