Prices for 2014 NCAA Men’s Final Four Tickets on the Rise at PreferredSeat.com

College basketball fans around the country are looking for NCAA Men’s Final Four tickets now that Florida, Wisconsin, Connecticut and Kentucky have worked their way through the Sweet 16. Demand for tickets started rising dramatically by Sunday afternoon after Kentucky’s dramatic win over Michigan in the final seconds.

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“We saw Final Four tickets selling on Friday at $950 for full all sessions that went up to $1450 by Sunday night,” says Greg Cullen of Preferred Seating. “But there are still plenty of cheaper seats with the large number availab

Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) March 31, 2014

NCAA Men’s Final Four tickets are in high demand at secondary ticket sites after several of this weekend’s Sweet 16 games ended in dramatic fashion including a number of upsets. At PreferredSeat.com the weekend sales for tickets to the 2014 Men’s Final Four spiked Sunday evening after the big win by Kentucky over Michigan with the last minute 3 point shot by Aaron Harrison.

College basketball fans would have been better off securing their seats by Saturday because by the time the final game was over ticket prices for the Final Four had gone up due to the large number of ticket sales and the dynamic ticket pricing of the secondary ticket market. The upsets combined with the fanatical fans of the winning teams are proving to be a winning formula for ticket sales for both single sessions and full strips to all the games.

“We saw Final Four tickets selling on Friday at $950 for full all sessions in the sideline club seating that went up to $1450 by Sunday night,” says Greg Cullen of Preferred Seating. “But there are still plenty of cheaper seats with the large number available.”

Wisconsin pulled off one of the upsets of the Sweet 16 with a 28 point performance by Frank Kaminsky against Arizona and UConn rolled over Michigan State 60 - 54 in the Big East Regionals where ticket prices rose to an all-time high. Florida did as they were expected to and dashed Dayton’s hopes of traveling to AT&T Stadium next Saturday.

Preferred Seating Tickets is celebrating 27 years in business this month selling NCAA Men’s Final Four tickets without hidden service charges and shipping charges are included in all 3 day Federal Express deliveries. Preferred Seating is not associated with the NCAA, any NCAA Men’s basketball team or venue but buys and sells tickets on the secondary ticket market online at PreferredSeat.com.


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