With an average resale price of less than $90 for both the First Round sessions right now, the upcoming games at BOK Center (from March 17-19) will almost certainly be the cheapest in the NCAA Tournament this year. In fact, the Tulsa location is the cheapest we’ve seen over the past three tournaments.

Right now fans can get into the early session (which includes two games) for as low as $46, and the later session (which also includes two games) for as low as $53. These are about half the cost of the most in-demand First Round location right now, Sacramento, which has get-in prices of $98 and $120 for the first two sessions.

ncaa ticket prices 2017
Currently, Session 1 at the BOK Center is averaging $82 on the secondary market; Session 2 is $87; Session 3 is $121; and a Full Strip ticket is $480. Click here to browse SeatGeek’s entire inventory of 2017 NCAA Tournament tickets.