Want to buy NCAA women's Final Four tickets? What to know about going to the championship game
March Madness is in full swing, and it will culminate with the women's Final Four, scheduled for March 31 and April 2 at American Airlines Center in Dallas.
The stadium, which is home to the NBA's Dallas Mavericks, is hosting its second Final Four. The first was during South Carolina's 2017 championship season.
The seating capacity for the Final Four this year will allow over 21,000 fans a chance to experience one of basketball's biggest events.
Tickets for the games are already on sale, but prices may fluctuate depending on when tickets are bought.
Here's what to know about women's Final Four tickets:
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How much do Final Four tickets cost?
Be prepared to spend upward of $100 on any of the three games, depending on when and how you buy.
There are different ways you can buy tickets for the Final Four. First, there is a semifinal pass, which includes tickets to both Final Four games. Then there is the all-session ticket, a package of tickets to both Final Four games and the national championship game.
TicketSmarter lists all-session tickets for as low as $200, and championship game tickets will typically begin around $100. Tickets located close to the court or near the half-court line will be the most expensive tickets, according to TicketSmarter says.
The NCAA is also offering exclusive ticket and hospitality packages via On Location. One package that includes an all-session ticket, hospitality near American Airlines Arena and a meet-and-greet with an NCAA personality starts at $507.50 per person.
How much does the cheapest Final Four ticket cost?
For semifinal game-only tickets, the cheapest ticket can be found on SeatGeek for $90, not including fees. Prices have dropped since the tournament began.
Here are the cheapest tickets for the semifinal games on the secondary market (without fees):
Vivid Seats: $97
For all-session tickets, the cheapest ticket can be found on Seat for $191, not including fees. Here are the cheapest tickets for all-session on the secondary market (without fees):
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Vivid Seats: $209
How much do national championship game tickets cost?
Tickets for the women's basketball national title game will cost more than the Final Four, but not as much as an all-session pass.
The cheapest ticket to the national championship game is $92 on SeatGeek, not including fees, as prices have continued to drop since the tournament began. Here are the cheapest tickets for the title game on the secondary market (without fees):
Vivid Seats: $99
Will Final Four tickets get cheaper or more expensive?
While it's unknown who will be the final four teams, tickets are likely only going to get more expensive as the Sweet 16 and Elite Eight begin this weekend.
As the tournament progresses and people began to get an idea of who could be in the Final Four, demand could increase and ticket prices tend to go up as well.
"We expect ticket prices to stay pretty consistent, but depending on who advances, they may change slightly after the weekend," TicketSmarter CEO Jeff Goodman said. "Regardless, this should be another great year to watch the women's Final Four."
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