The brackets are set for the 2013 NCAA Mens Regional games and the fans are locking in seats today. The first sessions or semi-finals start this Thursday for the Midwest Regional and East Regional teams, and Friday for the South Regional and West Regional.
There will be two back to back games for the first session and the final games will be played on Saturday and Sunday to determine who moves onto the 2013 Final Four at the Georgia Dome. Fans have the option to buy a full strip which includes tickets for all three games in the same seats or a single session ticket for either the Regional Semi-Finals or the Finals.
The problem with buying the full strip is that if your team fails to make the finals then you’re stuck going to a game that may not mean much to you unless your a basketball junkie. Tickets for the final games are typically cheaper than for the semi-finals and after the first session the availability of seats for the finals increases because the players and fans from the losing teams are far more likely to sell off their tickets.
So if you’re not sure about your teams chances of making the final game then go ahead and hold off buying a full strip and make plans if necessary after the first session.