03/19/2013 (press release: starpress) // US
“The NCAA Tournament is one of the most iconic sports events there is,” said Isabel Dos, sports specialist for TicketHurry.com. “Fans have a chance to witness one of those great moments that will live on in basketball history.”
The Louisville Cardinals, Gonzaga Bulldogs, Kansas Jayhawks, and Indiana Hoosiers were all able to capture the top seeds in the tournament, and will head to Lexington, KY; Salt Lake City, UT; Kansas City, MO; and Dayton, OH, respectively, to play their opening round games. In addition to those cities, San Jose, CA; Auburn Hills, MI; Philadelphia, PA; and Austin, TX, will also host games this weekend.
So far in 2013, customers have paid an average $186 for opening weekend NCAA Tournament tickets listed on TicketHurry.com. That average is up more than 60% from last year’s average of $114.
The NCAA Tournament begins with the “First Four” play-in games March 19-20, with the remaining teams opening up their tournament schedule March 21-22.
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