The Sweet 16 will wind down to the Final Four by Sunday and fans will be hitting the keys to lock in 2013 NCAA Men’s Final Four tickets and making travel plans as soon as their team clinches a spot. The Georgia Dome is a huge place for a college basketball game so fans should know just what they’re getting into.
For starters the best seats and of course the most expensive tickets are down in the lower level between the baskets. The Georgia Dome has been transformed with the removal of 8,000 seats and the addition of risers to bring the seats right up to the court in center field.
The first few rows of the second deck should give a pretty good view of the game but moving to the ends may make it difficult to see the plays develop with all the bodies and not enough spacing. There should be no obstructed views of the court , just some not so good views because of the distance from the third deck which will require a good set of binoculars.
Ticket prices for the Final Four dropped a little today as more seats came in. It’s hard to determine which way prices will go this weekend as it all depends on who gets in and even how close the teams are to the Georgia Dome and whether fans can drive to the game or must make airline reservations or not.
Full session strips give the best bargain for the Final Four but if you’re locked into the championship game even if your team doesn’t make the finals. The nice thing about Monday’s Final Four championship game is the tickets are much cheaper than the Saturday game so you can pay a little more for Saturday and hold off for Monday in case your team fails to move on.