Friday, February 5, 2016

Tournament Tickets on sale

General-admission tickets for the PAC-12 Tournament in Seattle are now on sale, including single-session and weekend-session tickets. Click this link for GA weekend passes, $30 for three games, seating in the end zones.

If you would prefer to have reserved seats in the side sections, click here instead. That takes you to a page that loads a seating plan. (If it just says "Loading..." forever, you are blocking the Flash plugin. You may have tell your browser to allow Flash for this site.)

Scattered seats are still available in all the reserved sections, priced at $110 for a tournament pass; and also in VIP1 and VIP8 ($150 for a pass) which have close views of the higher-seed bench. (But this year, Stanford may not automatically be the higher seed in every game! In particular, one might imagine a tournament championship game with either OSU or ASU as the higher seed, and Stanford as the lower. Interesting times!)

The tournament in Seattle is a very pleasant experience. See the Travel Page for an extensive list of things to do and see besides the games.


  1. Tournament Tickets must be affordable for common peoples.Meet and greet at Luton airport

  2. My friend has invited me to join these games. Maybe I will come. luton car parking

  3. Last time i got the place at distant place. There were about 150 watchers in the arena.

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  4. Do all these games are on PAC-12 networks?
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