The road to the 2011 NCAA Final Four® Travels Through Chicago
Friday, March 18 and Sunday, March 20, 2011
Big Ten Conference, host
- Pairings will be announced Sunday, March 13, 2011, at 6 p.m. Eastern time on CBS.
- Game times will be announced the Monday before competition.
- Tickets are $225 each, plus a $15 service charge and a $3 fee for the NCAA's "Good of the Game" fund per ticket, and are for two sessions Friday and one session Sunday, for a total of three tickets for six games
- Tickets are available via internet only at www.ncaa.com/mbbtickets
- Applicants will receive tickets no later than mid-February, 2011. If tickets are not received by this date, it is the applicant's responsibility to contact the host ticket office.
- Individuals requiring special access (e.g. individuals who are disabled and/or need special seating) must contact the United Center at 312/455-4655 during regular business hours (11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Central time, Monday through Saturday). In keeping with ADA guidelines, priority for special access tickets will be given based on the order that appropriate documentation has been completed and filed with the ticket office.
- Every person, regardless of age, must have a ticket to enter the facility
- Credit card orders will be processed upon receipt. If an applicant's credit card is charged, that indicates the ticket request has been received. It does not mean the applicant will receive tickets.
- The same credit card may not be used for payment on multiple accounts or applications.
- Tickets will not be refunded, exchanged, or returned.
- Seats may be allocated in the same row or adjacent rows when seating blocks are assigned.
- Unless specifically authorized by the NCAA, tickets may not be offered as a prize in a sweepstakes, drawing, auction or contest.
- Each ticket represents a revocable license to use the seat indicated on the ticket for the duration of the ticketed event. Individuals who receive tickets through the NCAA ticket sales process are not permitted to resell their tickets for more than face value. Doing so shall result in the automatic revocation of the license that the ticket represents. The NCAA will investigate any instance of such impermissible resale of which it may become aware.
- The NCAA reminds fans the purchasing tickets from secondary unauthorized vendors may result in fraudulent purchases. Fans are encouraged to purchase tickets from NCAA member insitutions and companies authorized by the NCAA to sell or resell championship tickets.
- For more information, call 312/455-HOOP (4667), or send an email to NCAA@unitedcenter.com.
For more information on the NCAA and its 88 championships, visit www.ncaa.com.