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Zags NCAA Tournament Tickets On Sale!

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SPOKANE, Wash. – (March 17, 2013 – www.GoZags.com) Gonzaga University will be selling tickets to the NCAA Second Round and Third Round Tournament games in Salt Lake City, Utah to current Bulldog Club Members from 6-9 p.m. PST Sunday, March 17 based upon priority point order.

 

Calls will be made to eligible Bulldog Club members, in priority order, as long as tickets remain. Tickets are extremely limited, as Gonzaga will receive less than 500 tickets from the NCAA that are available to Bulldog Club members.

 

Tickets for these rounds are set at $82 per session played. Ticket purchasers are charged $164 upfront for the Second and Third Rounds. If Gonzaga does not advance to the Third Round, tickets for that round will automatically be refunded.

 

It is expected that available tickets will sell out. However, in the event there are still tickets available after tonight, the ticket office will resume contacting Bulldog Club members, in priority order, 9 a.m. PST on Monday, March 18.

 

Gonzaga, the No. 1 seed in the West Region, will play No. 16 seed Southern University on Thursday at EnergySolutions Arena in Salt Lake City, Utah. Game time and television broadcast information is pending.

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