The Big Ten Conference tournament is just weeks away and with five teams ranked in the top 25, this promises to be an exciting tournament. Arguably one of the most competitive conferences in college basketball, the Big Ten features some of college basketball’s most historic teams and intense rivalries. The Big Ten Tournament will be held at the United Center in Chicago, IL from March 14th through the 17th and tickets can be purchased HERE.
The Ohio State Buckeyes are having a strong season, starting ranked #4, and have never dropped out of the top 10. With key wins this season over ranked conference opponents including Michigan, the Buckeyes will be a top contender in the Big Ten Tournament. Current projections for Ohio State in the NCAA® Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament have them as #5 seed playing in the East region. This would be a desirable draw for the Buckeyes setting them up to go deep into the tournament.
PrimeSport is the Official Ticket & Hospitality provider of the NCAA and has tickets available for every round of the tournament, so wherever Ohio State ends up playing, fans will be able to secure official tickets. PrimeSport offers Official NCAA Ticket Packages that include pre-game hospitality or official amenities at every round of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament including the NCAA Men’s Final Four®. If Ohio State makes it to Atlanta, fans can purchase official NCAA Men’s Final Four Tickets, VIP Pregame Hospitality, or even Final Four Travel Packages to cover all of their needs in Atlanta. Travel Packages may include hotel accommodations, game tickets, access to the Official ELITE Pregame Party, Final Four Hoop Encounter, gift pack and much more. Plus, if you’ve purchased tickets and can no longer make it to the game, you can utilize the Official NCAA Ticket Exchange, where you can buy and sell tickets with other fans.
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