GLENDALE, Ariz. – For those who have been waiting for some reasonably priced Gonzaga tickets to hit the secondary markets, now would be a good time to get back online.
According to TicketIQ, which tracks secondary markets, the current get-in price to the Final Four is $226, a 29 percent decrease since the first 24 hours following the Elite Eight. That price is also significantly higher than the cheapest ticket at this time last year which was going for $161.
Between Wednesday and Thursday the average sales price across several secondary markets was marked at $573, nearly half the average asking price ($1,097).
Past data has shown that the selling price for tickets to the Final Four showings is at its highest immediately following the Elite Eight. But ticket sales tend to fall as the week goes on. Prices are normally at the lowest within 48 hours of the games.
There are currently about1,500 tickets available to Saturday’s matchups and almost 6,000 tickets left for Monday’s championship game.
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