March 10, 2016 - by
FSU Athletics Ticket Office Taking NCAA Tourney Requests

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (Seminoles.com) – The Florida State Athletics Ticket Office has begun taking ticket requests for the NCAA Women’s Basketball First and Second Rounds that could take place in Tallahassee on either March 18/20 or March 19/21.

Florida State Women’s Basketball, which is ranked 17th in the AP Top 25 and 10th in the USA Today Coaches Poll, will find out whether it hosts the NCAA First and Second Rounds on Monday, March 14, with the NCAA Selection Show beginning at 7 p.m. on ESPN. Supporters are invited to come to the Donald L. Tucker Center to watch with the team.

Should the Seminoles be elected to host, the NCAA First and Second Rounds will consist of three games altogether. Two first-round games will be played on Friday (March 18) or Saturday (March 19), while one corresponding second-round game will take place on either Sunday (March 20) or Monday (March 21), respectively. Game times and dates will be unveiled at the selection show.

Ticket prices for reserved seating have been established should FSU be able to host. The best value comes in an all-session pass that is good for both days, with the cost being $30 per adult, $20 for senior and youth and $20 for general admission.

 

FSU Athletics Ticket Office Taking NCAA Tourney Requests

Here are some other details:

How can I make NCAA First and Second Round ticket requests?
Contact the Florida State Athletics Ticket Office at (850) 644-1830. They will have representatives ready to assist you over the phone.

Can I make ticket requests on Seminoles.com?
Fans can purchase tickets on Seminoles.com ONLY if Florida State has been selected as a host site. If FSU is selected, fans can purchase tickets on Seminoles.com shortly following the end of the NCAA Selection Show, which runs until 8 p.m. on ESPN on Monday. However, any advanced ticket requests can only be made by calling the FSU Ticket Office (850-644-1830).

Can I come to the FSU Ticket Office to purchase tickets?
The FSU Ticket Office will be able to start selling tickets to the NCAA First and Second Rounds (should FSU be elected) on Tuesday, March 15, at 8:30 a.m. At that time you can come in or call by phone to make your purchase. But if you want to be guaranteed the best seats, making a request beforehand is always encouraged!

What if I made a request prior to the NCAA Selection Show and FSU wasn’t selected to host?
Your credit card will NOT be charged when you make your ticket requests over the phone. If FSU is selected as host, your credit card will then be charged. If FSU does not host, you credit card will never be charged. Your order is not complete unless the Seminoles are selected as hosts.

Could I donate tickets?
Absolutely! We will be accepting donated general admission tickets at an $8 rate that will be used by a local youth organization. These donations will be 100 percent tax deductible and are a great way to pack the Tucker Center!

I won’t be able to make both days of the first and second rounds. What are the single-day ticket prices for reserved seating?
Here they are:
First Round (Two Games):
$20 for Adults
$15 for Senior/Youth
$10 for General Admission
$8 for Group Tickets

Second Round (One Game):
$15 for Adults
$12 for Senior/Youth
$10 for General Admission
$8 for Group Tickets

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