Ticket prices for the 2011 NCAA Men’s Final Four have dropped just a little this week, just not for the National Championship game on Monday. Just a few days ago the price for the final game on Monday were running $70 and up. As of today those tickets have only dropped down to $65 each, but for the semi-finals on Saturday the prices have dropped from $176 per seat and up to just $119 per ticket.
The best bargain remains to be the NCAA Mens Final Four full strip for all the sesssions and those tickets have gone from about $200 per ticket to $153 each at this time. There are still plenty of tickets left and many fans are waiting to see if the prices drop even more. The NCAA Men’s Final Four does not have the same excitement of the BCS Championship game earlier this year and it has been reflected in the slower sales.
But it’s getting late to Fedex the Final Four tickets today and do you really want to trust them to get it to you on game day Saturday? Your best bet is to deal with a reputable ticket broker that will guarantee the tickets. And that’s not easy considering the number of websites selling Final Four tickets and the hidden fees many of them take on when you choose the shipping method.
Many of the 2011 NCAA Men’s Final Four tickets listed at PreferredSeat.com can be picked up at the will call window at Reliant Stadium as early as Friday morning saving fans the worry of how they will get the tickets safely. When you place your order by phone you will be given the exact seat numbers and how and when your tickets will be available. Call 800 427-3914 to speak to a live operator.