NCAA Final Four Tickets
It’s the Final Four—the ultimate showdown in the epic battle for NCAA glory. This is what each and every college basketball team has been striving for all season long. Come March, after brackets are filled out and bets are made, fans will watch intently as teams duke it out for ultimate bragging rights and the title of NCAA Champions. In 2017, the battle will play out at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, and we have the best selection of Final Four seats available now. Whether you like to be up close and personal or prefer to be a safe distance away from flailing limbs and sweat droplets, we have your tickets on sale now!
NCAA Final Four Arizona-All Sessions Tickets: you will receive a "book" of tickets allowing you entrance to all NCAA Final Four Arizona games at University of Phoenix Stadium.
Final Four News and Updates
March may seem like it’s far away, but with an action-packed NCAA basketball season just over the horizon, it’ll be here before you know it. With the NBA draft over and done with, coaches are busy finalizing their rosters and getting their players ready for the upcoming season and, as always, each team has its eyes set firmly on making a postseason appearance. The ultimate prize is making it to the Big Dance and the Final Four. In 2017, the Final Four competition will take place at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, California. Tickets for the semifinal and final rounds can be purchased individually or in an all-session pass. Don’t miss your chance—make your selection today!
North Carolina outlasted ACC rival Notre Dame to win the East region and become the lone No. 1 seed to make the 2016 NCAA Final Four. Brice Johnson led the Heels with 23 points and UNC's 17 rebound advantage doomed the Fighting Irish. Another ACC foe, Syracuse, awaits Carolina in Houston. UNC won both regular season matchups with the Orange (84-73 on the road and 75-70 in Chapel Hill). It'll be Roy Williams 8th Final Four and his first as coach of the North Carolina Tar Heels.
It's a great day for Syracuse basketball. Hours after the Orange women's team beat Tennessee, the men shocked No. 1 seed Virginia to win the Midwest region and advance to the Final Four. Trailing by 14 at the half Malachi Richardson and Syracuse outscored Virginia 29-8 down the stretch. Cuse is the first No. 10 seed to advance to the Final Four and has been there 5 times before. They last won it all in 2003 when Carmelo Anthony was a freshman.
A pair of No. 2 seeds are the first to advance to the 2016 Final Four in Houston. Oklahoma won the West region, beating Oregon 80-68 in Anaheim. Sooners' star and POY front-runner, Buddy Hield, electrified the Southern California crowd (including Kobe Bryant) by dropping 37 points on the Ducks. Hield is now one of only four players to average 25 points per game for a team heading to the Final Four. Dennis Scott, Glen Rice and Larry Bird are the others.
By contrast, Villanova (a team without a true star), gutted out a tough 64-59 victory over No. 1 overall seed Kansas to win the South region. Birthday boy Ryan Arcidiacono, Nova's leading scorer, helped seal the win with clutch free throws and a defensive gem in the final minute. Jay Wright's Wildcats last made the Final Four in 2009 and last won the NCAA Championship in 1985. Oklahoma vs Villanova tips off at NRG Stadium on April 2nd. Back in December, OU crushed Nova by 23 at the he Pearl Harbor Invitational.
We're one weekend closer to the Final Four and March Madness
continues next week with Sweet Sixteen games being played in Philadelphia, Louisville, Chicago and Anaheim. Although there were a record number of upsets by double-digit seeds this week, all four No. 1 seeds advanced to the 2016 NCAA Tournament Regionals: Kansas, North Carolina, Oregon and Virginia. In addition to the top seeds other remaining Final Four favorites include, Villanova, Indiana, Oklahoma and Duke. Don't be surprised though if a lower seed, like Wisconsin or Gonzaga, punches a ticket to the Final Four in Houston. Get your 2016 Final Four tickets before the games tip off on April 2nd.
3/11/16 - There is so much excitement behind March Madness and the NCAA Tournament. The bracket, cheering on your favorite team and seeing some of the best college basketball played in 2016. The Dance is full of disappointments every single year, which is why it makes it so thrilling. Each year it is difficult to determine or predict who will make it to the Final Four. Regardless of who makes it to the last games, they always offer some electrifying entertainment. This is your year to get in on all of the action. Get your tickets before they are all nabbed up. They start at $166 apiece for the semifinals and $10 for the championship game.
2/26/16 - Only 4 of 68 teams make it to the Final Four in college basketball. This year the Final Four teams will be playing in Houston, TX at the NRG Stadium. The games will start on April 2 and the championship game is scheduled for April 4 at 6:00 p.m. Even if your favorite college basketball team doesn’t make it to the Final Four, doesn’t mean the games won’t be full of excitement and complete thrill. Plan ahead and get your tickets today for the most adrenaline pumping basketball of 2016. Tickets are still available and start around $213 for the semifinal games. Get them while they are hot and still up for grabs.
2/9/16 - Even though the Big Dance doesn’t start for another month, it’s never too early to look ahead to the Final Four. No matter who goes, it’s always sure to be an epic battle. Make sure you’re there to see all the action on April 2 and 4 at NRG Stadium in Houston, TX. The teams that are currently on top are Villanova, Maryland, Oklahoma, and Iowa, but that doesn’t mean they’ll all make it to the final rounds. As all fans know, there is plenty of room for upsets in the NCAA Tournament. Secure your seats for the final rounds with an All Session pass. Prices start at $307 and up.
2/2/16 - In 2015, the NCAA Final Four was made up of the season’s very best teams: Kentucky, Louisville, Michigan State and Notre Dame. At least at this point in the 2016 season, it’s hard to imagine a similar field when the dust settles after this year’s NCAA Tournament. Presently, the Wildcats are ranked 20th in the nation, just one spot behind the No. 19 Cardinals. The Spartans are in the best shape, ranking 10th overall, while the Fighting Irish missed out on the AP Top 25 completely this week. Of course, college hoops is beloved for its many twists and turns, so stay tuned—the Final Four is just weeks away! Order your tickets now and enjoy the best seats in the house!
1/26/16 - Ten teams in NCAA Division I play can still boast records with three or fewer losses through the first 20 games of the season. With the Final Four now on the horizon, there’s already plenty of conversation about who’s got what it takes to go all the way in 2016. The Sooners have looked unstoppable straight out of the gate, but the Tarheels and Hawkeyes refuse to slip in the standings—the three teams have combined to win 50 of a possible 57 games this year. The Kansas Jayhawks can match Iowa’s 16-3 mark to date however, and with Texas A&M just in the rearview, it’s anyone’s guess who will remain standing when the dust clears.
1/19/16 - This year’s NCAA Final Four is a tricky one to pin down so far—it seems like every night, there’s another top team getting knocked off by an underdog contender. With a consensus vote from the Associated Press, Oklahoma stands as the defined No. 1 team through 16 games. The Tarheels and Jayhawks are currently filling the second and third spots, but early-season favorites Duke and Kentucky are barely still in the top 25. The Blue Devils in particular have lost three straight, an extremely rare occurrence for Coach K’s well disciplined squads. Can the Wildcats and Devils bounce back before the NCAA tourney rolls around? Get your NCAA tickets today and find out!
1/12/16 - Each year, the NCAA Final Four marks one of the most anticipated events on the sports calendar. In 2015, the field boiled down to a collection of the highest-achieving teams in the country, including Kentucky, Duke, Michigan State and Wisconsin. With the exception of the No. 7 Spartans, each team was a No. 1 seed from the tournament’s outset, and when it was all said and done, it was the Blue Devils cutting down the net once again under the guidance of Coach K. To date in 2016, only MSU finds themselves among the top five teams, but there’s still plenty of ball left to play before March Madness arrives. Get your Final Four tickets while they’re hot!
4/4/15 - Wisconsin will play Duke in the 2015 Final Four Championship game on Monday night in Indianapolis. The Badgers ended Kentucky's unbeaten run, beating the Wildcats 71-64. Frank Kaminsky led Wisconsin with 20 points and 11 rebounds. Earlier today, Justise Winslow and Duke pounded Michigan State 81-61. It's the first time since 2008 that two No. 1 seeds will meet in the Men's Championship game of the NCAA Tournament.
3/30/15 - Get-in price today for 2015 Final Four tickets at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis is 5% cheaper for All Sessions tickets compared to buying Semifinals and Championship tickets separately.
3/29/15 - Michigan State needed OT and 32 points from Trice and Valentine to upset Louisville and advance to the 2015 Final Four. Duke, with four players scoring double digits, pulled away from Gonzaga in the 2nd half to win by 14. Final Four games will be played on Saturday, April 4th. Michigan State vs Duke tips at 6:09pm, followed by Kentucky vs Wisconsin at 8:49pm. The winners of the two games will play for the championship on Monday, April 6th. Final Four tickets are on sale for all sessions including the semifinals and championship game.
3/28/15 - For the second straight year Kentucky and Wisconsin will meet in the Final Four. Wisconsin, led by Frank Kaminsky and Sam Dekker, surged past Arizona this afternoon, while UK needed two late free throws by Andrew Harrison to survive Notre Dame and stay undefeated. Andrew's brother Aaron was the hero in last year's Kentucky vs Wisconsin Final Four matchup, hitting a long-distance, game-winning 3 in the final seconds. With the Wildcats and Badgers close to Indianapolis, both fan bases will show up at Lucas Oil Stadium for the 2015 rematch.
3/22/15 - With the 2015 NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 games set in each of the four regions, Duke, Kentucky and Wisconsin are the No. 1 seeds remaining. Arizona and Gonzaga are the only No. 2 seeds left. UCLA is the lowest seed at No. 11. Kentucky's the favorite to win the Midwest Region in Cleveland; Louisville or Michigan State the East Region in Syracuse; Wisconsin or Arizona the West Region in Los Angeles; and Duke or Gonzaga the South Region in Houston. Each of the Elite 8 winners this weekend will advance to the this year's Final Four in Indy.
3/15/15 - Although it's unlikely all four of this year's No. 1 seeds will reach the Final Four in Indianapolis, Kentucky, Villanova, Duke and Wisconsin will all start as favorites when the madness begins this week. Outside of the top seeds, Arizona and Michigan State, who both lost in Regional finals last year, will be strong contenders.
3/10/15 - The Final Four is one of the most exciting and meaningful tournaments in sports. Teams across the nation dream of reaching it this far in the tournament. This year, a lot of good teams are in the running to reach this stage in college basketball. Three teams to look out for are Kentucky, Duke and Virginia. All of these teams have had stellar seasons, and it will be interesting to see how they match up with each other if they can keep their winning ways alive. The unbeaten Kentucky Wildcats have a lot of momentum thanks to Devin Booker and Karl-Anthony Towns. For Duke, a lot of their success has been attributed to their coach and Quinn Cook. Averaging 16 points per game, Cook can score in bunches. Tickets for the Final Four are available now for a starting price of $378.
3/3/15 - In college basketball, the best time of the year is March Madness. This is when teams across the nation battle it out in hopes of reaching the Final Four. A lot of teams this year have a great shot at winning it all. Most notably is Kentucky. The Wildcats are currently 30-0, and if they can win one more game against Florida, they will have an undefeated season. Another team that is hoping to do big things throughout the tournament is Duke. The Blue Devils have done a lot of great things this year, and a huge contributor for them has been Jahil Okafor. He’s averaging 18.2 points per game, and if he can get going early, he’s nearly impossible to stop. It wouldn’t be shocking to see both Duke and Kentucky make it to the Final Four. Tickets are currently available starting at $354.
2/26/15 - At week 16 of the NCAA basketball season, the top seven teams in the Associated Press Top 25 poll have remained unchanged for the sixth straight week in a row, a rare occurrence. The top of the list is Kentucky, who was once again unanimously voted into the spot. The next six teams are Virginia, Gonzaga, Duke, Wisconsin, Villanova, and Arizona. Number 8 Kansas has also been in this position for four weeks. Notre Dame rose up to 9th place, while Northern Iowa came in at number 10, which marks the first time the school has been ranked in the top 10. Although these rankings have been consistent, there is no guarantee these schools will make the Final Four. Tickets are still available for the games, starting at $236 for a single game and $354 for both games.
2/17/15 - With just six weeks left before the Final Four games of the 2015 NCAA basketball tournament on April 4th and 6th, fans and experts are starting to predict who will come away as champs. With a few weeks left in regular season play, followed by the individual conference tournaments, the final selection of the 68 teams heading to the tournament is still up in the air. However, most experts believe that the undefeated Kentucky will not only get a top seed, but also come away from the Final Four as the victors. Other teams likely to make it to the Final Four include Duke, Virginia, Wisconsin, Gonzaga, and Arizona. Tickets remain on sale for the semifinal and final games of the Final Four, with individual tickets starting at $241 for the semis, $149 for the championship game, and 371 for both.
1/28/15 - The calendar is just about to turn to February, and we all know what that means- only one more month until the Madness. From the Pac-12 to the ACC, teams all around the country are figuring out their identity and tuning up for the big dance. No matter where your allegiance lies, this year we know one fact to be true when it comes to National Championship contenders. There is Kentucky, and then there is everybody else. With a roster stacked 10-deep with future NBAers, John Calipari’s squad is 20-0 and looking to claim the National Championship that narrowly escaped their grasp last year. Other contenders that are currently playing their best basketball of the season are Virginia, Gonzaga, and Arizona. Hurry up and get your tickets to the Final Four while tickets are still cheap! Razorgator has seats available starting at just $251.
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.
How much are 2016 Final Four tickets?
Final Four tickets for 2016 in Houston can be purchased for all sessions, semifinals only or championship game only. Final Four basketball tickets for all sessions include the two semifinal games on April 2nd and the championship game on April 4th. Final Four all sessions tickets start at $293, Final Four semifinal tickets at $194 and Final Four championship game tickets at $111. Based on current Final Four ticket prices, college basketball fans can save 4% buy purchasing the cheapest Final Four all sessions tickets vs the cheapest Final Four tickets separately for the semifinals and championship.
When do 2016 Final Four tickets go on sale?
Tickets for the 2016 Final Four at NRG Stadium in Houston, TX are on sale now and can be purchased up until tip off on gameday. Fans can purchase tickets for all sessions (April 2nd & April 4th) or separately for the semifinals (April 2nd) and championship (April 4th). Final Four ticket listings marked as "eTickets" will be delivered digitally and all tickets are guaranteed to be authentic and delivered on time.
Where and when is the 2016 Final Four being played?
This year the 2016 Final Four is being played at NRG Stadium (home of the Houston Texans) in Houston, TX. Semifinal games are being played on Saturday, April 2nd and the championship game is Monday, April 4th.
What teams are playing in the 2016 Final Four?
Oklahoma (winner of the West region) will play Villanova (winner of the South region) in one of two Final Four semifinal games. The other game will feature the winners of UNC vs Notre Dame and Virginia vs Syracuse.
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