Post by uncledougy on May 22, 2012 15:28:59 GMT -8
I need some opinions from the folks here.... I got an email to buy up to 8 tickets for the NCAA Tournament March 21 & 23 (2nd and 3rd rd) at San Jose. Tickets for all sessions on the floor are $294 each, seems like a deal.
I am wondering what the odds are our Aztecs will be in San Jose for their first 2 games? Something is telling me to buy them, but wanted to check to see if I am nuts...
Post by trellzmybro on May 22, 2012 16:55:23 GMT -8
Do it! I'd be really surprised if we don't end up in San Jose next year. Even if we're not there, you'll be able to watch some great games. But we'll be there, so do it! San Jose, Los Angeles, Atlanta, cut down nets!!!!!
Could you post the text of that email here so others interested can look at it?
2013 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championships Second / Third Rounds Hosted by West Coast Conference March 21 & 23, 2013
The 2013 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship Second/Third Rounds hosted by the West Coast Conference are coming to HP Pavilion at San Jose on March 21 & 23, 2013. You have the opportunity to purchase tickets before they go on sale to thepublic. Final presale opportunity ends on May 31, or until all tickets have been purchased, whichever comes first. Any tickets remaining after this date will be made available to the public in October 2012.
ORDER INSTRUCTIONS: to take advantage of this special offer, you MUST use this email address. When placing your order, you will be asked to log in. You will want to select "I am a New User." Complete each field, including the security questions and make sure to enter the email address where you received this ticket offer. Click here to take advantage of this exclusive offer: If you have trouble completing this process, please call our customer service line at 1-866-208-0048.
You will be purchasing tickets for a "general access" event; therefore, specific seat locations will not be available while submitting your ticket order. After the deadline to purchase tickets has passed, all order data will be reviewed by the host ticket office personnel who will begin fulfilling the orders. Actual seat assignments may not be available until tickets are shipped in February, 2013. The above link can only be used to purchase up to eight (8) all session tickets, subject to availability. Once you have purchased your full allotment of tickets, the link will no longer be usable. Please note that, even though you received this email, there is no guarantee that tickets will be available when you log in – only a limited number of tickets are available to individuals receiving this special offer. Furthermore, it is also possible that only some, and not all, of the tickets allotted to you as mentioned above will be available for purchase when you log in, and the seats you purchase may not be contiguous or adjacent to one another. Only the individual to whom this offer was provided is permitted to use this unique link.
Ticket orders that exceed the ticket limit or that are not in compliance with the intent of this offer as determined by the NCAA, or anyone else associated with this process may be rejected, invalidated, cancelled or otherwise not accepted.
If you are able to purchase tickets in accordance with the terms and conditions set forth here and online, the tickets will be distributed to the address provided in your completed purchase order (unless properly changed in accordance with the following sentence) no later than mid-February 2013. In this regard, it is imperative that you call 1-866-208-0048 if your mailing address changes between now and December 1.
We appreciate your interest in NCAA basketball and are pleased to provide you with this opportunity to purchase tickets to the 2013 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship. General information • Every person, regardless of age, must have a ticket to be admitted to the 2013 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship. No exit and reentry to the facility will be permitted. • Replacement tickets will not be issued. Therefore, it is imperative that if and when you receive your tickets, you properly secure them. The NCAA, host institution/conference or host venue will not be responsible for lost or misplaced tickets • Tickets may not be returned, refunded or exchanged. • Unless specifically authorized in advance by the NCAA, tickets may not be offered as a prize in a sweepstakes, contest, auction or fund-raising activity. • Tickets may not be sold or resold above face value. • The NCAA reminds fans that purchasing tickets from secondary unauthorized vendors may result in fraudulent purchases. Fans are encouraged to purchase tickets from the NCAA member institutions and programs authorized by the NCAA to sell or resell championship tickets.