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On 3/15/2019 at 6:41 AM, kgschalhoub said:

Tickets for the 2020 tournament go on sale at Ticketmaster at 10:00 am CDT, Wednesday, 3/20. Many people (including me) will be flying at that time to Pittsburgh. How is someone supposed to get tickets for the next year when they are flying to THIS year's tournament? How about tickets go on sale Tuesday - makes sense?

Sure looks like they're using the whole arena, or at least the lower two levels. I wonder how many it'll seat with that configuration. 

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How does the NCAA expect us to just buy tickets blindly without giving us the stadium configuration & mat layout plans?  This is horse crap.  I bought tickets  around mid-field to be safe, but it still makes me a little nervous.

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19 minutes ago, jediwrestling said:

How does the NCAA expect us to just buy tickets blindly without giving us the stadium configuration & mat layout plans?  This is horse crap.  I bought tickets  around mid-field to be safe, but it still makes me a little nervous.

It can be inferred.  The Ticketmaster site indicates they are selling tickets around the entire bowl of the stadium, only selling outside the 30-yard lines.  PrimeSport appears to be selling tickets with the NCAA Experience package in the F1-F5 section, which implies that the 50-yard line on the Vikings side of the field is the best place to be.

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