NCAA Championship Final Ticket Demand – April 2, 2017

Gonzaga and North Carolina Drive Slight Demand Increase Over This Time Last Year

The teams have been decided. South Carolina and Oregon are eliminated while Gonzaga and North Carolina advance into tomorrow’s final.  StubHub gives an updated look into ticket demand and where buyers are coming from for the 2017 NCAA Championship Game .

  • Demand based on ticket sales on StubHub for this year’s final between Gonzaga and North Carolina is up 8% from last year’s showdown between Villanova and North Carolina.

 

Buyers Are Coming From All 50 States and Across the World

  • Tickets have been purchased in all 50 U.S States
  • A total of 7 unique countries are represented in the sales with buyers fromas  far as Ukraine, Namibia and Australia
  • It looks like, regardless of team loyalty, locals are taking advantage of a chance to be a part of the major event with the greatest number of buyers coming from Arizona and California

 

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Where have sales been coming from since teams were decided?

Ticket sales increased 10% from before the teams were decided to when both teams had been determined. Buyers from Washington are responsible for 18% of these new sales while sales from North Carolina account for roughly 4%. Being Gonzaga’s first-ever appearance in an NCAA Final would account for this sudden increase from Washington while it’s North Carolina’s second consecutive year in the final.

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Ticket Prices

The Average Ticket Price for the Championship Game is $364, up 30% from last year’s final between Villanova and North Carolina.

  • After teams were decided the Average Ticket Price increased by only 3%.

The Most Expensive Ticket was purchased for $3,000, down 67% from last year.

The Least Expensive Ticket was purchased for $50.

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