The 2020 NCAA Tournament is fast approaching. As any semi-casual or die hard college basketball fan can attest, March Madness is by far one of the most exciting times of the year to be a sports fan. Once again, the action kicks off in Dayton, OH on March 17th, and the first day that includes a full slate of games is Thursday, March 19th.
Fans can expect tickets for this year’s tournament to be in high demand, as always, which prompts the question: how can you get cheap 2020 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament tickets?
How To Get the Cheapest NCAA Tournament Tickets
With these being the biggest games of the year with the highest stakes, prices will likely not come cheap; however, if you’re looking for the absolute cheapest tickets for the March Madness in 2020, you’ll want to do your research on sites like ours before securing your tickets. Below are a few options you have of securing your tickets as early as right now and as cheap as possible.
Official Vendor – As of right now, it’s possible to still purchase tickets for nearly all sessions and rounds of the NCAA Tournament right on TicketMaster’s website.
Bidding – One opportunity to secure cheaper tickets for the 2020 NCAA Tournament would be to utilize TickPick’s bidding platform, which allows a user to bid on tickets in certain sections or seat ratings at their price. If a seller with tickets for the game elects to accept the bid, the bidder’s card is charged and the order processes like any other transaction at the bidder’s price. For more information on how to take advantage of the bidding option, view our bidding tutorial .
If you weren’t able to secure tickets through any presales, general sales, or the aforementioned methods for 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.
Why Should I Buy NCAA Tournament Tickets Through TickPick?
In short, securing your NCAA Tournament 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. TickPick has had an extreme increase in sales for major events like the Super Bowl and Final Four in recent years because fans out there tend to do research when they’re willing to commit hundreds or thousands of dollars to see their school make a run at the National Championship.
When a fan is looking to purchase a ticket that is listed on both StubHub and TickPick, for example, the price will almost always be higher (sometimes by hundreds of dollars) once the fees are applied on sites like StubHub who tack on the fees at the end. These savings only extrapolate as the prices per ticket increase, so the research before making your decision in order to save big, and this may become more useful as each round progresses and prices begin to increase. If you’re looking to make it out to the final weekend, be sure to check out our blog on how to get cheap NCAA Final Four tickets.
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 2020 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament tickets on the secondary market. Given the high face values and extreme resale value of this annual event, 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.
If you haven’t used TickPick before, you can sign up with the link below for $10 off your first purchase. If you have any questions regarding 2020 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament tickets, please feel free to submit a request here.
NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament Schedule
|March 15||Selection Sunday||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|March 17-18||First Four||Dayton, OH||University of Dayton||UD Arena|
|March 19/21||1st/2nd Rounds||Albany, NY||Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference||Times Union Center|
|March 19/21||1st/2nd Rounds||Spokane, WA||University of Idaho||Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena|
|March 19/21||1st/2nd Rounds||St. Louis, MO||Missouri Valley Conference||Enterprise Center|
|March 19/21||1st/2nd Rounds||Tampa, FL||University of South Florida||Amalie Arena|
|March 20/22||1st/2nd Rounds||Greensboro, NC||Atlantic Coast Conference||Greensboro Coliseum|
|March 20/22||1st/2nd Rounds||Omaha, NE||Creighton University||CenturyLink Center Omaha|
|March 20/22||1st/2nd Rounds||Sacramento, CA||Sacramento State University||Golden 1 Center|
|March 20/22||1st/2nd Rounds||Cleveland, OH||Mid-American Conference/Cleveland State||Quicken Loans Arena|
|March 26/28||Midwest Regional||Indianapolis, IN||Horizon League/IUPUI||Lucas Oil Stadium|
|March 26/28||West Regional||Los Angeles, CA||Pepperdine University||STAPLES Center|
|March 27/29||South Regional||Houston, TX||University of Houston||Toyota Center|
|March 27/29||East Regional||New York, NY||St. John’s University/Big East Conference||Madison Square Garden|
|April 4/6||Final Four||Atlanta, GA||Georgia Institute of Technology|