NCAA Tournament Ramps Up and is Ready to Sell Tickets

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The "road to Atlanta" is paved this week in cities around the country; has tourney tickets on hand.

The NCAA Tournament kicks off on Thursday with games in Buffalo, Lexington, Winston-Salem and Sacramento. Friday sees games in Chicago, Columbus, New Orleans and Spokane. has tickets in all cities for all games.

"The fourth seed Texas Longhorns will start in Spokane on Friday against somewhat mismatched 13th seed New Mexico State," says CEO Randy Cohen. "But this is the national championship tournament, so anything can happen."

By Sunday, the 64 teams entering the tournament will be whittled down to 16, as the teams advance into their regional games. San Antonio hosts the Regionals for the South and, assuming they get past Penn in the first round and the winner of the Louisville/Stanford first round winner, Texas A&M will be there.

"We're really rooting for the Aggies over here at Ticket City. It's great to see so many good Texas teams in the tournament," adds Cohen.

On March 31st, the final four teams resulting from the two games Regionals will meet in Atlanta in the Georgia Dome. And on April 2nd, those resultant winners duke it out for the ultimate title.

Those interested in purchasing tickets, including those to any First/Second round, Regional, Final Four or championship games, should call (800) SOLD-OUT or go online to to reserve their seats.

About sells tickets for all concerts, sports, and theatre shows -- both in the U.S. and around the world. Founded in 1990, has grown into the most trusted source for secondary tickets to every major event from the Kentucky Derby to the Masters. partners include and TMP Worldwide. For more information, visit

For more information, contact Mercer Black, Marketing Coordinator, 800.SOLD.OUT.

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