The 2021 NCAA Women’s Tournament is almost here! As any NCAA basketball fan can attest, March Madness is one of the most exciting times of the whole year. This year will be a bit different due to Covid-19, which has prompted the NCAA to have the entire women’s tournament be held across different venues but all within the state of Texas in 2021.
This centralization of the normally countrywide tournament is to prevent teams, fans, and others from having to travel as much as they normally would, which reduces the health risks.
Fans can expect tickets for this year’s NCAA Women’s Tournament to be in high demand, and we’ve created this blog to let women’s college basketball fans know how they can get cheap 2021 NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament tickets this season.
Where Will the 2021 NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Be Held?
This year’s tournament to determine women’s college basketball’s NCAA Division 1 champion will be held entirely in the Lone Star State. The women’s games will take place at five different venues across the nation’s biggest state that we’ve listed below, with three of those venues located in San Antonio, where the Final Four will be held.
- Alamodome (San Antonio)
- Bill Greehey Arena (San Antonio)
- UTSA Convocation Center (San Antonio)
- Frank Erwin Center (Austin), home of the Texas Longhorns
- University Events Center (San Marcos)
All Final Four games will be held at the Alamodome.
When is the Selection Show for the 2021 Women’s Tournament?
Selection Monday for the NCAA Women’s Tournament this year will be held on Monday, March 15th at 7 pm EST.
When Does the 2021 NCAA Women’s Tournament Take Place?
- First round — Sunday, March 21st and Monday, March 22nd
- Second round — Tuesday, March 23rd and Wednesday, March 24th
- Sweet 16 — Saturday, March 27th and Sunday, March 28th
- Elite Eight — Monday, March 29th and Tuesday, March 30th
- Final Four — Friday, April 2nd
- NCAA Championship Game — Sunday, April 4th
Will Fans Be Allowed to Attend the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament?
The NCAA has officially announced that the fan capacity for the women’s NCAA Women’s Tournament will be 17% for all venues in Texas for the Sweet Sixteen through the Final Four, with no fans in attendance for the tournament’s first two rounds.
Fans will be required to wear masks and sit in pods that enable social distancing and safety within the aforementioned five tourney venues. Keep in mind that this 17% capacity limit would include a mix of essential staff, participating players, family of those players, and fans.
Why Should I Buy Women’s NCAA Tournament & Final Four Tickets Through TickPick?
In short, securing your NCAA Women’s Tournament & Final Four tickets through TickPick over any other secondary marketplace is a way to save money because of our no fee pricing structure that makes a much bigger difference on the total price of tickets as get-in prices for an event like this get higher.
When a fan is looking to purchase a ticket that is listed on both StubHub and TickPick, for example, the price will ultimately be higher (usually by hundreds of dollars) once the fees are applied on all sites other than TickPick that tack on the fees at the end. These savings only extrapolate as the prices per ticket increase. Do the research before making your decision in order to save big.
If you weren’t able to secure women’s March Madness 2021 tickets through any presales, general sales, or the aforementioned methods to see your team at the NCAA Tournament, don’t worry, you’re not alone. Tickets can still be purchased from secondary marketplaces, although the prices will not be at face value. With many big-time college basketball schools with huge fan bases involved, market prices are anticipated to be on the higher side, but that doesn’t mean that good deals can’t be had – if you know where to look.
How to Get Cheap NCAA Tournament Tickets
With high prices come high service fees with many marketplaces, but not TickPick. Here at TickPick, we have no service fees, making us your source for no-fee 2021 NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament tickets on the secondary market that will be 10% cheaper than our major competitor’s for the same seats.
Given the high face values and extreme resale value of this annual event that’s the biggest time of the year for the sport, prices can get out of hand quickly when you factor in the fees that every other marketplace aside from TickPick will charge you on top of the listed price.
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