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2020 NCAA Tournament in Albany: How to get March Madness tickets


March Madness is coming to Upstate New York for the 2020 NCAA Tournament’s First and Second rounds. While the matchups aren’t available until Selection Sunday, now is the time to lock in the best seats for three sessions that will take place in Albany, NY.

Two 2020 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament First Round sessions will take place on Thursday, March 19 at the Times Union Center in Albany, NY. A Second Round session will take place on Saturday, March 21.

NCAA Tournament Albany seats are available for all three sessions on the Times Union Center’s website or via Ticketmaster.com. However, court side tickets are already sold out for some sections, and continue to sell fast, so if you want a front row seat, book today. Times may be subject to change. Here’s how to buy tickets:

First and Second Round All Session Tickets – March 19 and 21

Basic, all-session tickets include access to all three sessions (six games) listed below, and are available on StubHub ($201), SeatGeek ($200), VividSeats ($177) or TicketCity ($187). Official VIP ticket packages for all three sessions, including a behind the scenes tour and “All-Access Experience” are available on Ticketmaster.com starting at $897.

First Round Session 1 – Thursday, March 19 at 12:00 p.m.

Official tickets available on Ticketmaster.com starting at $69.00. If the session is sold out, or you’re looking for hard-to-find tickets, try resellers like StubHub ($70), SeatGeek ($59), VividSeats ($57) or TicketCity ($63).

First Round Session 2 – Thursday, March 19 at 6:00 p.m.

Official tickets available on Ticketmaster.com starting at $78.00. If the session is sold out, or you’re looking for hard-to-find tickets, try resellers like StubHub ($74), SeatGeek ($65), VividSeats ($62) or TicketCity ($69).

Second Round Session 3 – Saturday, March 21 at 6:00 p.m.

Official tickets available on Ticketmaster.com starting at $145.00. If the session is sold out, or you’re looking for hard-to-find tickets, try resellers like StubHub ($130), SeatGeek ($128), VividSeats ($138) or TicketCity ($148).

Syracuse University is out of the running for an at-large bid, with a 16-13 record on the season and 9-9 in the ACC. Nothing less than an ACC Tournament title will get them an invite to the NCAA tournament this year. However, the Orange did just clinch a first round bye in the ACC Tournament thanks to Georgia Tech dropping its NCAA appeal.

Fans can watch all NCAA Tournament games on CBS. They can also live stream the games on CBS All Access (7-day free trial) and fuboTV (7-day free trial).

Here’s the full schedule for the 2020 NCAA Tournament:

  • March 15: Selection Sunday
  • March 17-18: First Four – Dayton, OH, University of Dayton, UD Arena
  • March 19/21: 1st/2nd Rounds – Albany, NY, Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference, Times Union Center
  • March 19/21: 1st/2nd Rounds – Spokane, WA, University of Idaho, Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena
  • March 19/21: 1st/2nd Rounds – St. Louis, MO, Missouri Valley Conference, Enterprise Center
  • March 19/21: 1st/2nd Rounds – Tampa, FL, University of South Florida, Amalie Arena
  • March 20/22: 1st/2nd Rounds – Greensboro, NC, Atlantic Coast Conference, Greensboro Coliseum
  • March 20/22: 1st/2nd Rounds – Omaha, NE, Creighton University, CenturyLink Center Omaha
  • March 20/22: 1st/2nd Rounds – Sacramento, CA, Sacramento State University, Golden 1 Center
  • March 20/22: 1st/2nd Rounds – Cleveland, OH, Mid-American Conference/Cleveland State, Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse
  • March 26/28: Midwest Regional – Indianapolis, IN, Horizon League/IUPUI, Lucas Oil Stadium
  • March 26/28: West Regional – Los Angeles, CA, Pepperdine University, STAPLES Center
  • March 27/29: South Regional – Houston, TX, University of Houston, Toyota Center
  • March 27/29: East Regional – New York, NY, St. John’s University/Big East Conference, Madison Square Garden
  • April 4/6: Final Four and title game – Atlanta, GA, Georgia Institute of Technology, Mercedes-Benz Stadium

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