NCAA Tournament Tickets - St. Louis
2016 First-Second Round St. Louis Tickets
NCAA Tournament St. Louis Tickets are on sale now at Razorgator! Don't miss out on any of the excitement as the Tournament heads to Scottrade Center for the First-Second Rounds of the 2016 NCAA Tournament. View NCAA Tournament St. Louis Tickets and schedule below for all games and sessions.
NCAA First-Second Round St. Louis-All Sessions Tickets: you will receive a full "book" of tickets allowing you entrance to all NCAA Tournament St. Louis games at Scottrade Center.
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NCAA First-Second Round - St. Louis 2016 News and Updates
3/13/16 - Michigan State, who many think deserved a No. 1 seed, headlines first round NCAA Tournament games in St. Louis. Other regional favorites playing at Scottrade Center include Dayton and Xavier. Session 1 features Michigan State vs Middle Tennessee and Dayton vs Syracuse. Following those games on Friday, Session 2 has Wisconsin vs Pittsburgh and Xavier vs Weber State.
3/11/16 - St. Louis does have the Rams to cheer for in the fall months, but the state doesn’t have an NBA team to root on throughout the year. Now’s your chance to catch some highly skilled college basketball teams live when players around the nation head to St. Louis for some early round play. NCAA First-Second Round – St. Louis tickets are available to purchase and are going like hot cakes. Get your tickets for the games on March 18 and 20 now before it is too late. The Scottrade Center is hosting the games and tickets start from $58 apiece. Don’t hesitate a minute longer and get your tickets today!
2/11/16 - The Scottrade Center is going to be packed to the brim the weekend of March 18th, as NCAA men’s Division I basketball action comes to town. The Invitational Tournament always seems to start with a bang, featuring upsets, buzzer beaters and all types of excitement from the get-go. In 2015, top-ranked Duke started off by felling No. 16 Robert Morris 85-56, while No. 2 Gonzaga prevailed over North Dakota State by a nine-point margin. No. 14 UAB pulled off an improbable 60-59 win over the Iowa State Cyclones, matching No. 11 UCLA’s upset of No. 6 SMU by the same score. NCAA First-Second Round - St. Louis tickets are on sale now from $62 for Friday!
3/18/14 - Selection Sunday has come and gone, granting Wichita State a No.1 seed, Kansas a No.2 and Kentucky a No.4. Not only does the tourney in St Louis boast some of the best talent in the competition, but fans of these schools are very well traveled—meaning you better scoop up your tickets ASAP! There are about 240 All Sessions passes left for purchase, the cheapest starting at $245—that's just $41 for all 6 games! Session 1 tickets (New Mexico vs. Stanford, Kansas vs. Eastern Kentucky) offer a $55 minimum, while Session 2 (Wichita State vs. TDB, Kentucky vs. Kansas State) offer an $85 minimum. Despite their top seeding, people are still apprehensive about the unbeaten Shockers, but now is the time to prove they're the real deal; Wichita State will play either Cal Poly or Texas Southern (both 16 seeds) after the two go toe-to-toe on Wednesday in Round 1. Will we see Andrew Wiggins light up the competition and help Kansas into the Sweet 16? Get your Session 3 tickets, starting at $104, to be there on the final day of competition and find out yourself!
3/11/14 – Will we see a shocker in St. Louis? While Wichita State may not get the overall No.1 seed despite their perfect regular-season record (34-0), they should end up with one of the other No.1s. Kansas, who captured its tenth straight regular-season Big 12 Championship, will likely get the No.2 nod here. With some of the best talent expected to play at the Sprint Center next week (Kentucky is a potential option), don’t wait to punch your tickets to the tourney! 490 tickets remain for the taking as St. Louis tourney All-Session tickets start at $232 and reach $1345 for a front row seat. Sunday’s third round tickets start at $100, up five percent since the beginning of February.
2/6/14 - Two years ago, St. Louis and the now, #13 Saint Louis University, hosted the Midwest Regional at Edward Jones Dome and impressed the governing body so much that it earned them 2014 hosting duties. St. Louis, also a former Final Four host, will be one of eight sites to head second and third round play in the 2014 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. It is just the second time in tourney history that St. Louis has hosted the opening round. The Scottrade Center, home of the St. Louis Blues, will be the locale to watch all the action from College’s best, as the teams participating try to advance and move on. Which teams will play in the St. Louis’ second and third rounds? We’ll find out March 16 during Selection Sunday! Headquartered in the city of St. Louis, Missouri Valley Conference, will act as host.
On Friday, March 21, four games (2 sessions) will be played at the Scottrade Center. St. Louis single session tickets are available: Session 1 tickets for Friday’s earlier session ($52 get-in) are cheaper than Session 2 ($65 get-in). The four winners from the second round will advance to the third round to be played Sunday, March 23 also at the Scottrade Center. Session 3, or the third round of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, will also feature two games. The third round winners will advance to Regional play and the (very) Sweet 16 in Memphis or Indianapolis! Session 3 tickets in St. Louis range from $95-$449. All-Session tickets, that includes six games, are available from $203, one of the cheapest in the Country for tournament play! Grab your tickets St. Louis, for what promises to the be an exciting opening round of tournament play!