NCAA 2nd-3rd Round - Spokane 2016 News and Updates
3/18/14 - As one of the few NCAA 2nd-3rd Rounds that have decreased in price since Selection Sunday, tickets for the Tournament in Spokane have decreased to $216! That's down $66 from $287 one week ago, meaning you'll get 6 games for just $36 apiece. Score Session 1 tickets (Cincinnati vs. Harvard, Michigan St vs. Delaware) for a $57 minimum in the 100 Level--hurry and scoop these up because Michigan St. fans are well-travelled! Session 2 tickets (Oklahoma vs. North Dakota St., San Diego State vs. New Mexico St.) offer an even lower price: get-in for just $34 in the 200 Level. Want to be there to see if the Big 10 Conference Champs can push through to the Sweet 16? Get Session 3 tickets, starting at $85, and see the final day of this heated competition!
3/11/14 – With just nine days until second and third round action of the 2014 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament begins, it is time to join the madness and buy your tourney tickets! Spokane Arena is the smallest venue (capacity 11,736) which means there are less tickets to go around. The cheapest All-Session seats are currently $282 and will get you a behind-the-basket view. Single session tickets in Spokane are also available from $52 (Session 1), $73 (Session 2), $147 (Session 3). Ticket prices to second round play are down in the last 30 days. Find out who will advance to the Sweet 16 with NCAA second- and third-round Spokane tickets today!
2/5/14 - March Madness returns to Spokane for the fourth time in tournament history but first since 2003! Washington State University will be the host school when the second and third round games of the 2014 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament are played March 20 and 22 at Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena. Up to 12,210 NCAA 2nd and 3rd round tickets will be sold as the best teams in College Basketball culminate to play in Spokane on their road to the Final Four.
A majority of the second and third round teams will be finalized March 16, 2014 when the NCAA selection committee makes their final decisions on Selection Sunday. First Four winners will be known by Tuesday evening allowing enough time for teams to travel to their second round site. On Thursday, March 20, four games will be played at Spokane Arena in two sessions, one in the afternoon and one at night. Single session tickets, that include two games, are available for the Thursday afternoon ($62 get-in) and night ($84 get-in) today! The four winners from the second round will advance to the third round on Saturday, March 22 (Session 3). Session 3 will also feature two games. Third round NCAA Tournament tickets in Spokane range from $137-$378. The two winners from the third round will advance to the Sweet 16 and Regional action.
Seattle will host the second and third rounds of the 2015 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. It will be the City’s 16th time hosting the tournament, but first since 2004. Key Arena was once home to the Seattle Sonics.