Thursday, December 7, 2017

More PAC-12 Tournament prep

Here's more planning info for the Tournament. It takes place Thursday, March 1st, through Sunday the 4th. In previous years, Stanford has always been a top seed and as a result has had a bye on the Thursday. That's not a given! The PAC-12 is extremely competitive this year and if Stanford were to lose a couple of games, they might have to participate in one of the play-in games on Thursday.

Tickets

(Updated 18 January) Tickets for the Tournament are handled by the Seattle Storm organization. This is their ticket page. (It can also be reached via Pac-12.com/tickets). As of January 18th, it offers All-Tournament passes, either reserved-seat or general admission, and the "Flex-Book", a package containing ten, general-admission tickets. You can use flex-book tickets for any session, in any combination. For example, a couple could use one book to attend five sessions, including the quarter-final and championship sessions, or you could bring your whole family to two sessions.

The price of a Flex-Book is $100. For one person, the general-admission all-tournament pass is a better deal at $95. But for two or more people wanting to attend selected sessions, it's a good deal.

As of Friday 19 January that site will also sell single-game tickets.

Hotels, City Pass, etc.

The City of Seattle has set up a PAC-12 page on their visitor site. It has links to hotels offering tournament discounts and to a variety of attractions. Scroll down a bit to find a link to the Seattle Citypass, which gives discounts for several of the best attractions.

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  1. As of Today January 2, 2018 Alaska Air has $59 tickets each way from all SF Bay Area Airports. Largest number of seats still available are from SFO but there are still seats available from SJC and OAK.

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