this may be of some local interest
Sweet sixteen tickets
a Ferrari for around $1,000, too. Can anyone help me out?
Can probably but Cameron Fry's dad's Ferrari for a grand. It is in really poor condition though.
Louisville, Kentucky and likely Tennessee are joining Michigan. Each school is within 5 hours I believe.
Up until tipoff of the Wichita game today. Unlikely you will find them again that cheap unless the M game is the late game and you grab from the losers of the first game Friday.
What are people talking about? They're like $50 http://www.vividseats.com/ncaab/ncaa-mens-midwest-regional-tickets/midwest-regional-3-30-1418067.html
That's just for Sunday's game. You can most likely get the Sunday tickets even cheaper just by waiting outside the stadium on Friday night.
Oh whoops. Didn't see that. Whelp.
They charged students $190 for a full strip for Indianapolis. Seemed pretty steep, though I paid it.
Are they going to be really good seats?
strip? That sounds dirty.
Either L'ville or KY will be glad to part with their tix after their team loses. Scalpers are going to have a field day with those fanbases this week.
Got tix on Stubhub for $5.
seat for friday there is currently one on StubHub for 119. If you need seats together you are sol.
Probably not going to get anywhere near that... Kentucky/Louisville rivalry along with it being so close to Louisville/Lexington makes a perfect combo for extremely high demand and high prices as a result... Best bet was to get them last night before Kentucky won.
And this has been your daily supply/demand lesson.
So what I've gathered is pretty much is wait until the elite eight on Sunday. Assuming we beat Tennessee.
I don't remember what I paid exactly, but definitely do remember the Elite Eight tickets being the cheapest ones I bought last year - it was a better deal than Sweet 16 and the subsequent games.
Mid level seats that were $140 for the full strip on ticketmaster are now almost twice that for just the first session. It's going to be tough to find anything too cheap now.
But if you go there, you can sometimes get cheaper ones from scalpers who get desperate as tip offs approach, or if UL/UK is the early game, then you could probably get tickets off losing fans coming out.
Was watching and saw a huge bump when Kentucky won, then when Mercer lost there were a few, managed to grab a pair in a 500 section for just under $120\ea Last year for the final 4 they were crazy high, refreshed for a few hours at a time each day, finally found a pair listed to sell for like $200 for weekend instead of the 250-500 the rest were. Keep looking but you probbaly lost your chance at cheap tickets, keep looking but plan to pick up Sunday's game cheap provided we beat Tennessee, don't want to jinx it. I Drive through Indy 4 times a year but haven't stopped in over 10 years. Anyone know where a good place to park for the game is, driving 4 hours to Indy, watching games, then driving to Ann Arbor(probbaly doing same on Sunday just opposite direction). Hoping there is an easy place nearby cheap, free pay $10 take a shuttle whatever? Giant outdoor parking idk? I think the Michigan game is the earlier one btw, so no dice off fans of prior game.
310 S. Delaware will be $15/spot for parking