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The Amway Center will host the NCAA Men's Basketball 2nd and 3rd Round games on March 20 & 22.
by: Stetson University
2014 NCAAź Single Session Tickets On-Sale Today
Courtesy: Stetson University  
Release:  02/03/2014
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Orlando, FL. (February 3) – Single session tickets to the 2014 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship second- and third-rounds, hosted at the Amway Center March 20 and 22, go on-sale today.

Single session tickets are now available throughout the Promenade Level, with prices as follows:

·        Session 1 – Thursday, March 20 – $66

·        Session 2 – Thursday, March 20 – $71

·        Session 3 – Saturday, March 22 – $76

Fans wishing to buy tickets to the second- and third-round games in Orlando should go to The tournament games will be hosted locally by Stetson University, the Central Florida Sports Commission and Orlando Venues, in partnership with the City of Orlando and Orange County.

“The excitement and passion of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship is something that all sports fans should experience live,” said Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer. “Single session tickets provide a great opportunity for fans that may not be able to commit to every session, to be a part of March Madness in Orlando.”

All session tickets are still available for $258 for the Terrace Level and $198 for the Promenade level and provide admission to all six games staged in Orlando. Each single session ticket will include admission to two games, with four games taking place on Thursday, March 20 and two games taking place on Saturday, March 22. The eight teams that will play in Orlando and specific game times each day will be determined by the NCAA on Selection Sunday, March 16, 2014. 

The NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship will attract thousands of fans from across the United States to our community, generating millions in economic impact for the region. The event is expected to generate more than 14,000 room nights and nearly $10 million of economic impact for the region. In addition, the international and national exposure generated from the media and live telecast will be immeasurable for Orlando and Orange County.

This is the first time Orlando has played host to the NCAA DI Men’s Basketball Championship since 2004. The NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship was previously hosted in Orlando, with Stetson University serving as host, in 1993, 1996, 1999, and 2004 at the Amway Arena.

The 2014 championship begins with the First Four, four first-round games taking place in Dayton Tuesday and Wednesday evening, March 18 and 19. In addition to Orlando, second- and third-round action takes place in Buffalo, Milwaukee, and Spokane Thursday and Saturday, March 20 and 22, while Raleigh, San Antonio, San Diego and St. Louis will host second- and third-round games Friday and Sunday, March 21 and 23.
Anaheim will serve as the West Regional site and Memphis will host the South Regional on Thursday and Saturday, March 27 and 29. Indianapolis will be the site for the Midwest Regional Friday and Sunday, March 28 and 30, and Madison Square Garden in New York will host tournament action for the first time since 1961, when it plays host to the East Regional March 28 and 30.

The 76th Men’s Final Four will be hosted by North Texas April 5 and 7. General tickets to the games at AT&T Stadium in Arlington are sold out, but fans still have the opportunity to purchase The NCAA Experience ticket and hospitality packages by visiting The NCAA Experience ticket and hospitality packages for preliminary rounds of the championship can also be purchased at that website via PrimeSport, the official ticket and hospitality provider of the NCAA.

For more local information, visit our championship micro-site at

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