The Year of Magical Thinking, plus - Tournament Advice?

Submitted by notYOURmom on January 27th, 2014 at 1:11 PM

First, I would like to apologize to the superstitious among us for sending my son back to college on Sunday.  Since we attended the UM-Stanford game, and attended or watched all games together during his semester break, he has proven a 100% effective good luck charm.  

So if things don't go as well in future it is definitely my fault for putting him back on a plane to Baltimore.

Secondly, overwhelmed by sudden optimism, I am thinking of trying to get to the B1G Tournament in Indy.  At the moment the full strip on Stubhub is $300 minimum, which seems 

--wackadoodle and likely to come down.

--actually higher than buying each session individually.

Can any of the faithful advise me as to the best timing/method for acquiring tickets?







Tulip Time

January 27th, 2014 at 2:41 PM ^

1. I'm bookmarking this post. If we lose to Purdue, you know what's coming for you.

2. Went to all sessions a few years back. Ended up being the cheapest option to pay full price on the Big Ten website. You could StubHub the early rounds, but the Saturday semis are usually a lot higher than face and it doesn't end up being worth it.  You can get an all session ticket for $175 in the upper level, which is fine at Banker's Life. Definitely worth it to go if you can take the time off work, I had a blast. 

rob f

January 28th, 2014 at 12:51 AM ^

Is it weird that Hobbes217 is the only one who paid any attention to the 2nd part of the OP?

I was thinking of doing the same thing as "notYOURmom", watching the tickets for Indy and wondering if the prices will drop.  Stubhub seems awfully high right now...