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PrezdeJohnson09
11-13-2014, 07:55 AM
I know 2 people who normally order and didn't that both received both an a mail and phone call from a guy at NCAA Tickets reminding them tickets are on sale.

I guess I'll try again today. Anyone have an idea of something I should reference other than people who have ordered before are still receiving notifications that tickets are available?

pgb-ohio
11-13-2014, 08:09 AM
Did you sign up for the e-mail list mentioned back in Post #5? If so, I'd certainly mention that. If you were supposed to get an e-mail, but didn't due to some technical glitch, I've got to believe they'll work with you.

Put another way, if your name and contact info is in their system, that's better than the alternative.

Tiny
11-14-2014, 02:06 PM
141 tickets left on the NCAA website as of 2pm CST 11.14.2014

305 - 1
306 - 34
307 - 7
310 - 8
311 - 27
312 - 3
320 - 1
321 - 27
322 - 3
324 - 4
325 - 7
326 - 19

LTsatch
12-05-2014, 09:05 AM
Just checked the aftermarket site, 556 tickets available from between $241 and $1277. The lower end of aftermarket pricing continues to drop, inching closer to face value.

Edge
02-15-2015, 09:33 AM
Anybody out there know when the NCAA will send out the Frozen Four tickets out in March?

Laker Dude
02-15-2015, 02:50 PM
Anybody out there know when the NCAA will send out the Frozen Four tickets out in March?

I received them in the mail, the 2nd week of March, the last 2 seasons.

LTsatch
04-07-2015, 09:49 PM
As expected, the Boston area premium for a sold out event continues to hold value in the aftermarket. Prices have not dropped significantly in the days leading up to the event. Especially with two New England schools participating. Last minute sales are most likely the best resort of someone who has waited to purchase. Interestingly the semifinals are going for more than the finals, most likely due to the BU-UND matchup. Around 200 for the cheapest seat Thursday and about $150 for Saturday.

QUAlum2004
04-07-2015, 10:07 PM
As expected, the Boston area premium for a sold out event continues to hold value in the aftermarket. Prices have not dropped significantly in the days leading up to the event. Especially with two New England schools participating. Last minute sales are most likely the best resort of someone who has waited to purchase. Interestingly the semifinals are going for more than the finals, most likely due to the BU-UND matchup. Around 200 for the cheapest seat Thursday and about $150 for Saturday.

Stubhub is at least 250 for the semifinals to get in the door.

bu98
04-07-2015, 10:35 PM
Stubhub is at least 250 for the semifinals to get in the door.

EBay has been trending $500-550 for an all session pair for the last week since the regionals ended. I finally got my tickets so I'll be there.

Go Terriers!

Priceless
04-07-2015, 11:21 PM
I'm hoping ticket prices crater Friday and I can pick up a cheap ticket to the Final. If not, I'll be watching on TV.

chickod
04-08-2015, 08:24 AM
Interestingly the semifinals are going for more than the finals, most likely due to the BU-UND matchup. Around 200 for the cheapest seat Thursday and about $150 for Saturday.

I'm going to disagree with you slightly here (no surprise for anyone that knows me :)) Boston is provincial...my guess is that people are waiting to see if their team wins before purchasing tickets for the finals. If BU and Providence both lose, you will see that you will be able to buy a finals ticket for below face value. No offense to anyone from outside the area. That's how we are here. You have to remember there is HUGE competition for the entertainment dollar. This is a BIG pro sports town and if "my" team loses, I can move right on the ten other things. I will watch UND-UNO on TV before I pay $300-400 (plus another $100 between parking and food) to see the game in person. It's different if we were "out of town" (for example, in DC we already had the tickets and hotel, so we would have gone). And that's the other reason..there's no guarantee I'd be able to sell my tickets if BOTH BU and Providence lose. All the fans from UND and UNO are already here and have their tickets. I doubt that too many are going to fly out here for one game. I would most likely be stuck with them. That's my opinion as to why the bigger market is for Thursday. And that's taking nothing away from your point about the matchups...because it IS a marquee matchup. I just don't think that's the primary reason why the tickets are going for more.

LTsatch
04-08-2015, 08:32 AM
I'm going to disagree with you slightly here (no surprise for anyone that knows me :)) Boston is provincial...my guess is that people are waiting to see if their team wins before purchasing tickets for the finals. If BU and Providence both lose, you will see that you will be able to buy a finals ticket for below face value. No offense to anyone from outside the area. That's how we are here. You have to remember there is HUGE competition for the entertainment dollar. This is a BIG pro sports town and if "my" team loses, I can move right on the ten other things. I will watch UND-UNO on TV before I pay $300-400 (plus another $100 between parking and food) to see the game in person. It's different if we were "out of town" (for example, in DC we already had the tickets and hotel, so we would have gone). And that's the other reason..there's no guarantee I'd be able to sell my tickets if BOTH BU and Providence lose. All the fans from UND and UNO are already here and have their tickets. I doubt that too many are going to fly out here for one game. I would most likely be stuck with them. That's my opinion as to why the bigger market is for Thursday. And that's taking nothing away from your point about the matchups...because it IS a marquee matchup. I just don't think that's the primary reason why the tickets are going for more.

Two games for the money vs. one also factors in. Would love to drive up from CT to see the semis in person, but as others have stated between parking and driving home three hours after the late game, I will take the flat screen this year. I don't think last minute tickets on the street are going to be much cheaper for Thursday either. I will be watching the finals on a cruise ship in San Juan PR Saturday :)

Nick Papagiorgio
04-08-2015, 08:38 AM
Two games for the money vs. one also factors in.

Absolutely.

chickod
04-08-2015, 08:40 AM
I will be watching the finals on a cruise ship in San Juan PR Saturday :)

That kind of sums it all up now, doesn't it? At the end of the day....(insert additional clichés here) :)

mookie1995
04-08-2015, 08:46 AM
Saturday is going to be the best ever and a must ticket!!!

As the final seconds are counting down and it appears the Sioux will defeat blais boys for the title.... Host and HEA commish joeb will appear in the walkway and announce a triple threat challenge as jerry and his igles cash in a box of incriminating videos (which have coincidently kept joeb in power this past decade). The refreshed igles come out with demko carrying a tiny knee hockey goal which the Sioux and blais'ers can hit while the igles pepper the two goalies with shot after shot (wide of course) but with the extra 6 skaters there are a number of deflections and the igles win the triple threat AND their 6th national title.

The Boston screwjob Gomes down in the annals of hockey history (and is only reported on the scroll during sunday sportscenter)

claver2010
04-08-2015, 09:57 AM
the igles pepper the two goalies with shot after shot (wide of course)


well done

chickod
04-08-2015, 10:34 AM
The Boston screwjob Gomes down in the annals of hockey history (and is only reported on the scroll during sunday sportscenter)

Tomorrow night can't get here quickly enough, can it? :rolleyes:

J.D.
04-08-2015, 10:40 AM
if you got tix thru the lottery it came out to 55 bucks per game (seat in the balcony)

CLS
04-08-2015, 12:41 PM
I don't think the market for Saturday is set yet, and I wouldn't be surprised at all if the folks who are buying those $150 tickets are speculators. If the Finals are BU-Providence, the speculators stand to make a huge profit. If the Finals are BU-Omaha, they'll make a decent profit. If the Finals are UND-Providence they'll make a small profit or break even. If the Finals are Omaha - UND, they'll take a drubbing -- as chickod points out, their fans already have tickets, they'll be no late interest, and lots of BU/Providence fans will sell their Saturday tickets for whatever they can get.

Priceless
04-10-2015, 05:13 PM
It occurs to me that if you bought Frozen Four tickets at StubHub and the seller didn't report it was "Alcohol-Free Seating" - as they are required to do - you could file a protest with SH and create a world of hurt for the people who sold them...