Ticket Watch Sweet Sixteen

Submitted by SonOfAnAlumnus on March 18th, 2018 at 6:51 PM

Need help deciding. Pumped that UM is on the West Coast for the tournament, but don't want to spend more than I need to

Buy now or wait for the UNC game to finish?

Currently $217 for middle tier after fees




March 18th, 2018 at 6:58 PM ^

Last night I got a pair of center court upper deck tickets for 278 total after fees. I don’t know if the Aggies will drive up the tickets more or less than UNC

San Diego Mick

March 18th, 2018 at 7:10 PM ^

and if Xavier beats FSU, they will have as many teams left in the Sweet 16 as the B1G after only one weekend, seems like they were overrated as a conference yet again.


March 18th, 2018 at 7:28 PM ^

And I agree that it was more than I wanted to spend however living on the west coast how many times are we going to play in the sweet 16 out here and my daughter is 11 and loves Michigan basketball more than football. Well worth the money for the lifetime memory for her first game

I Heart Huckleby

March 18th, 2018 at 7:34 PM ^

I bit the bullet last night immediately after the win. I live near Culver/MidCity LA, so it's a quick straight shot to Staples Center. I'd kick myself if I missed out on this.

Grabbed a sheet for all 3 games for ~$390 all-in after fees -- about 20 rows up on the end. I figured they're only gonna go up once the rest of the teams get locked in today, so I jumped on it and have that Saturday ticket in hand for a little bonus/insurance.

Perkis-Size Me

March 18th, 2018 at 8:51 PM ^

I hope the West Coast alums come pouring into the Staples Center on Thursday night. Got to be a lot of folks out there who’ve been starving for Michigan to come out that way with no Rose Bowls in a while.

I know A&M travels well, but I hope we can make it Crisler Arena Jr. on Thursday night.


March 19th, 2018 at 2:25 AM ^

Bought full strip Elite 8/Sweet Sixteen. Two tickets, Section 106, Row 4 for about $850 including all fees/tax.


Worth it in my opinion to be close to the action and can recoup some of the money if Michigan fails to make it to the Elite 8. For three games of March Madness in one of the sport's most famous arenas, I'd say it's a good deal.