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NCAA Mens Basketball Tournament Tickets Strips or Single Sessions?

  (March 18, 2014)
NCAA Mens Basketball Tournament Tickets  Strips or Single Sessions?

Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) March 18, 2014

The road to the 2014 Final Four starts this week with the start of March Madness and fans are locking in NCAA Mens Basketball Tournament tickets and making plans to join their teams on the road. At fans can find both individual game tickets and full strips for all sessions but they have to decide if its better to just lock in the same seats for all the games and maybe save a few bucks, or buy just a single session ticket in case their team doesnt make win and move on to the final game.

One of the benefits of buying tickets for all sessions of the NCAA Basketball Tournament is that fans can often save a few dollars compared to purchasing individual sessions. They will also have the same seats for every game if they like the location and dont want to shop around for different seats. On the downside they will have to be committed to attending the final session in two days whether their team is playing or not.

For NCAA fans of one of the top seeded teams like Florida or Wichita State the choice may be much easier to make to buy into all sessions with the better odds of moving forward. Ticket prices depend heavily on which teams are playing in each session and if for Florida fans theyll have to shell out close to $100 and up for session 1 at the Amway Center but for session 2 the ticket price is closer to $50 per seat. Unless they want to see both sessions and 4 basketball games in one day, the best deal may be to buy individual sessions and hope the prices dont go up for the session 3.

We dont often see a price hike for the final session, says Greg Cullen of Preferred Seating. Theres always more inventory coming in from the losing teams fans that help keep the ticket prices stable.

After this weeks games the winners move on to the NCAA Regionals that start on March 27th and ticket prices are priced higher by 30% or more. By the time you hit the Mens Final Four at AT&T Stadium on April 5th fans will have to shell out close to $300 and up per seat with a much tougher decision on whether to buy tickets for the full strip or a single session.

About Preferred Seating
Preferred Seating has been a place where fans have been able to buy premium seating for concerts, sports and theater events online since 1987. Preferred Seating is a proud member of the Better Business Bureau where they have had an A+ rating since they became members in 1997. Preferred Seating is not associated with any team, venue or promoter and buys and sells tickets as a ticket broker on the secondary ticket market through the website

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