All four Final Four teams are now on their way to Indianapolis and all the waiting and all the nail-biting is over… for the moment. Duke, West Virginia, Butler and Michigan State fans are booking tickets to Indianapolis. Well, maybe not Butler fans since the Final Four will be essentially a home game for Butler. All are searching for Final Four tickets. Tickets to the semis are up $100 since yesterday when Butler and West Virginia clinched Final Four berths.
Lowest price Final Four tickets:
Semifinals-only (both games Sat.) = $308
Championship-only (Mon) = $115
Full Strip (all games, both days) = $317
The NCAA tournament is unique in that hoops fans have very little time to make ticket and travel arrangements once the pairings are revealed, and throughout the month they must react quickly if they are fortunate enough to have their team advance through the bracket. Part of what drives fans to madness in March is the exercise of checking ticket site after ticket site to try and find the set of tickets that best meet their budget.
Although the average prices are trending up, there are still values to be had. FanSnap makes it easy for fans to spot the best value tickets. We make them so hard to miss. Take a look at the Final Four semifinals tickets search page. FanSnap is showing fans tickets that are 30% to 45% lower than the average price of comparable tickets.
FanSnap highlights the best ticket values at any given moment. Fans can buy on their own schedule rather than waiting to purchase in an attempt to get a better value, and risking missing out on the best, or any, tickets altogether. Fans searching all NCAA tournament events will see FanSnap’s convenient up-to-the-moment summary table of the available best values at different price points.
Fans can find:
- Lower level end tickets from $658 to $2,200
- Lower level middle tickets from $2,347 to $8,800
- Upper level middle tickets from $437 to $3,299
- Upper level end tickets from $317 to $2,200
Top states searching for Final Four tickets:
2. West Virginia
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