Michigan Athletics announces tickets for 2013 NCAA Final Four

Published On: Apr 01 2013 12:24:12 AM EDT
Updated On: Apr 01 2013 02:50:40 AM EDT
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The University of Michigan Athletic Ticket Office announced Sunday, ticket information for the 2013 NCAA Final Four at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Ga.

Tickets are being offered to basketball season ticket holders only. Information will be emailed Sunday evening or Monday morning to those individuals eligible to purchase tickets in the University allotment. There will be no public sale of NCAA Final Four tickets. Tickets for the two semifinal games and the national championship cost $310. All tickets will be distributed in Atlanta.

All other fans interested in attending the Final Four should look to obtain tickets through the NCAA website 

The NCAA has set aside 700 floor level tickets behind the Michigan Pep Band for use by student season ticket holders for U of M men’s basketball. These tickets cost $40 each for the national semifinal and will be available should the Wolverines advance to the national championship game. The deadline for student season ticket holders to order tickets is Tuesday, April 2, at 5 p.m.

The University of Michigan Alumni Association has partnered with Conlin Travel to offer fans a Final Four Tour. There are packages that include charter air, four nights at the official team hotel and a game ticket. Full details on the tours can be found at www.michigansportstours.com.

Michigan will play Syracuse at the Georgia Dome beginning at 8:49 p.m. The Wolverines have played in the championship game five times, winning the 1989 National Championship.

 

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