The NCAA allocates Frozen Four tickets based on a points system that rewards fans who have gone in past years, which means tickets sometimes can be tough to come by when the games roll around.
Limited tickets are available for the games this weekend, but fans hoping to catch the action still have a few options.
The Frozen Four is broken up into two separate sessions: one for both semifinals Thursday and one for the championship Saturday night. PrimeSport.com, the NCAA's official ticket exchange, has combined tickets for both sessions ranging from $150 for upper-level to $200 or $300 for lower-level seats.
The semifinals will feature Massachusetts Lowell against Yale in the first game at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, followed by St. Cloud State against Quinnipiac. The winners will face off in the championship at 7 p.m Saturday.
Tickets for just the semifinals can be had for as low as $70 on PrimeSport and $40 on ticket reseller StubHub.com.
Championship game tickets, though, are starting around $100 on PrimeSport and $80 on StubHub.
Of course, with two teams eliminated Thursday, there likely will be plenty of fans looking to resell tickets before the title game Saturday.
All four schools in the Frozen Four are seeking their first NCAA title but none have enormous fan bases that would drive up prices on the secondary market. Traditional powers like Minnesota, Boston College and North Dakota were eliminated in the regional rounds of the tournament.
Robert Morris and NCAA officials annaounced late Tuesday night that a limited number of tickets for the Frozen Four are on sale to the public. Tickets for the event can be purchased at the Dick's Sporting Goods box office located inside the Consol Energy Center or by visiting www.ticketmaster.com.
First Published April 10, 2013 4:00 AM