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2018 NCAA Tournament Tickets

Semifinal Game: April 1
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Final FourApril 2018 - Phoenix, AZ QView

Semifinal Game: April 1
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Championship: April 3
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Women's Final Four Tickets
 

Final Four Preview:

After a surprising finish to the 2016 NCAA Tournament in Houston, the 2017 edition of March Madness will head to Phoenix, Arizona at University of Phoenix Stadium.

QLos Angeles, CA Session 2: March 25
QAtlanta, GA Session 2: March 26

Elite 8 Regional Finals QBracket

QOmaha, NE Session 2: March 25
QBoston, MA Session 2: March 26
Session 1: March 23 West Regional
Session 1: March 24 South Regionals

Sweet 16Regional SemifinalsQBracket

Session 1: March 23 Midwest Regional
Session 1: March 24 East Regional
 

NCAA Men's Regional Preview:

The regional portion of the NCAA Tournament is broken up into four regions, West, South, Midwest, and East. Each region is played at a different location. The 2017 Regionals will send the teams in the West to the SAP Center in San Jose, the South teams to FedEx Forum in Memphis, Tennessee, the Midwest teams to Sprint Center in Kansas City, Missouri, and the East teams to the Madison Square Garden in New York, New York. The NCAA Regional games include the Sweet Sixteen, which are the Regional Semifinals, and the Elite 8, which are the Regional Finals. Tickets may be purchased as all session passes to both the Sweet Sixteen (session one) and the Elite Eight (session two) or individually. Tickets to the Sweet Sixteen will include access to both games played during that session.

1st & 2nd RoundsMarch 16-19, 2017

The 1st & 2nd round games are played in 8 different cities around the country. The rounds are broken up into three separate sessions of games. Tickets to all sessions are available as well as tickets to individual sessions. Teams must win their first two games in order to advance to Regionals.QView

 
 
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First FourDayton, OH - March 13-14QView

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First Four Preview:

In 2011 the field expanded from 65 to 68 teams and added one additional round. This "First Four" consists of the four lowest ranked automatic qualifiers and the last four at-large teams. The 2018 First Four is headed to the University of Dayton where eight teams will play for their last shot at receiving a berth into the second round of the NCAA Tournament.

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