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NCAA Tourny Tix

Discussion in 'Colorado Basketball Message Board' started by Tempe_Buff, Feb 28, 2011.

  1. Tempe_Buff

    Tempe_Buff Well-Known Member

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    Hey guys, I thought I'd post on here and see if any of you ALLBUFF'ers were interested

    I have 6 extra tickets to the NCAA tourny in Denver. Lower Level sec 110

    Right now StubHub and Craigslist is going at a little more than $500 for all 6 games. If anyone wants any or all 6 let me know and make me an offer. (Don't pull a TG on me though...jk)

    http://www.stubhub.com/ncaa-tournament-denver-tickets/ncaa-tournament-3-17-2011-949184/

    Right now Lunardi is guessing that Denver will get BYU, KSJU, Washington, Arizona,and Louisville.

    If we can win these last 2 and maybe one Big XII tourny game maybe the Buffaloes can sneak into Denver :) (then I might have to change my spring break plans)
     
  2. buff4bcs1985

    buff4bcs1985 Hail to the King

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    tempe clear your inbox
     
  3. whatthebuff

    whatthebuff Club Member Club Member

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    How do your tickets work? More specifically, how many games do you get?

    I really want to go, but the tickets I've seen for sale seem overpriced and/or located in ****** sections of the stadium.
     
  4. Tempe_Buff

    Tempe_Buff Well-Known Member

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    I did BCS...thanks

    There are 3 sessions (2 games per session) Thursday 3/17 there is a morning session and an afternoon (or afternoon and night) Then Saturday there is one session. I'm selling all 3 sessions together for each ticket.

    From previous years I know that right now is about as cheap as tickets will be. As soon as the teams are announced the prices sky rocket because all those fans of teams playing start grabbing them up. Especially if a team with a good following (Kansas, UCLA, Arizona, Kentucky) get placed in Denver prices will be high.

    I'd suggest getting them sooner rather than later.
     
  5. GoBuffs!!

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    Not to burst your bubble, but last year at San Jose, I looked and single game prices were ~$60+ per game on Stubhub, but when I showed up at the stadium, you could easiliy get tickets for $5-$10, and I even had a few people offer me tickets as they were walking back to their car, for free. Granted you dont have much control over where you sit, and you have the possibility of losing out and not getting tickets if the right teams are in town.

    Tempe, I would suggest putting them up on stubhub right after they announce the feilds, and make yourself some serious money. People coming in from out of town arent going to risk scalping tickets, although I have never had a problem doing so at the Big 12, ACC, or First and second round NCAA tournament games.

    Now Final Four tickets, well those come at a premium.
     
  6. tante

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    I thought that there was no re-entry?
     

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