The Big Ten Tournament is a different animal as far as how tickets work. It's in a new location this year (Washington DC, Verizon Center) and some of us locals would like to go, but we have no idea how tickets work having never been to a BTT.
The only thing I see on-line are all-session tickets for hundreds of $$, not exactly practical for non-rich working people.
I would like to work it so that I can go to just the Michigan games. How do you a la carte tickets on short notice for just a single team?
Other than Maryland, I doubt that any game will be a sell out. There should be lots of tickets available.
I'm not above standing outside the Verizon Center an hour before game time and holding up 2 fingers, but I'd like to be a little more organized than that. Does the Michigan ticket site help in that respect? Stubhub? Seat Geek?
Do they break the tickets up by round? My wife went to the ACC Tournament once, and they had tickets by round. I don't see anything like that so far for the BTT.
I want to go to the Michigan games, but if we don't win and move on, I don't really want to be a ticket re-seller after that.