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Courtesy of SF Gate:
If you have $55,250 to spare, there are still a few suites available for this weekend’s NCAA Final Four tournament at the Alamodome.
Less than a week before the annual college basketball tournament hits San Antonio ticket prices continue to climb.
According to the NCAA ticket vendor, PrimeSport, the cheapest tickets available for the games are $325 before tax. But there were only two tickets available at that price as of noon, while the rest steadily increase.
If you don’t want to miss any of the games, the NCAA is also selling “all session” tickets that start at $1,085. These will get you into both semi-final games and the championship. The best seats cost $9,100, according to the website, and those tickets include a pregame VIP experience.
Basketball fans might have a better shot at ticket retail sites. StubHub’s “all session” tickets start at $350.
Average prices of the Final Four tournament fluctuate, according to Ticket City. The average ticket price was $477 in 2017, but $269 in 2016.
Though numbers aren’t final yet, the average ticket price this year for an “all session” ticket is $1,803 and the average ticket price for the championship game is $1,301, according to Ticket City’s most recent data.
San Antonio previously hosted the Final Four in 2008, when Kansas beat Memphis in overtime.