Tickets remain available for Michigan, MSU NCAA tournament openers at The Palace of Auburn Hills
The third-seeded Spartans will face No. 14 Valparaiso in the early session (12:15 p.m. tip), while the fourth-seeded Wolverines will face No. 13 South Dakota State in the late session (7:15 p.m. tip).
Tickets remained available for both sessions as of Monday afternoon, with Michigan's late session actually costing more. A Palace spokesperson said that session is going for $80 in the lower bowl and $55 in the upper bowl, while Michigan State's early session sells for $75 in the lower bowl and $50 in the upper bowl.
Check out palacenet.com for ticketing options, or call (248) 377-0100.
The spokesperson declined to say how many tickets remain for the sessions, but did say the third-round games Saturday are sold out. The only way to get tickets for those games -- when Michigan and Michigan State would play, if they advance -- would be to buy a ticket package that bundles in Thursday tickets or through a third-party vendor.
Michigan would play the winner of No. 5 seed VCU and No. 12 seed Akron, while Michigan State would play the winner of No. 6 Memphis and No. 11 Middle Tennessee State/St. Mary's.
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