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March 19, 2014
U-M fans will get the chance to flood the Bradley Center
Michigan fans are expected to show up in droves for NCAA Second Round play at the Bradley Center in Milwaukee, and it seems they'll have opportunities to get tickets at decent prices. There seems to be a widening gap in ticket prices between the two sessions tomorrow, with seats for the afternoon games featuring Wisconsin starting at $89 each while tickets for the Wolverines' evening session are available for as little as $29 apiece.
The average ticket price for the afternoon session is $156, according to SeatGeek.com, more than double the $68 average ticket price of the evening session. Normally, evening-session tickets in a given host city are more expensive because it's easier for fans to get to games after the end of the workday, but the Badgers' presence is causing a reverse of that trend in Milwaukee.
"We're very excited. This looks to be one of the best draws from a ticket selling point," John Lamoreaux, president of Ticket King in Milwaukee, told the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel when the pairings were announced Sunday. "Michigan fans travel well. There are a lot of Michigan fans across the country and Michigan alums; they'll definitely increase our sales."
Other facts on the Milwaukee pairings, courtesy of SeatGeek.com:
All of the latest information on prices and availability can be found on SeatGeek's March Madness page: March Madness.