2018 Ivy League Basketball Tournaments Single-Session Tickets on Sale Friday, Jan. 5

2018 Ivy League Basketball Tournaments Single-Session Tickets on Sale Friday, Jan. 5

PRINCETON, N.J. – Mark your calendars: #IvyMadness single-session tickets go on sale Friday, Jan. 5, at 10 a.m.

Starting on Friday at 10 a.m., fans will be able to purchase single-session tickets for the 2018 Ivy League Men's and Women's Basketball Tournaments, March 10-11 at The Palestra.

Prices for single-session tickets range from $20 to $160. Starting on Friday at 10 a.m., tickets can be purchased online at IvyMadness.com/Tickets or by calling the Ivy League Box Office at (215) 703-3231.

The Tournaments will feature the top four men's and women's teams competing for the right to represent the Ivy League in March Madness.

Session 1 tickets include tickets to the men's semifinal action on Saturday afternoon. Session 2 will include both women's semifinals on Saturday evening. Session 3 is the men's championship game at 12 p.m. and the women's championship game at 4 p.m.

Fans are also able to purchase all-session books, with prices ranging from $30 to $295. All-session books include all four semifinals on Saturday and both championship games on Sunday. The women's session only book will include access to the two women's semifinals on Saturday and the women's championship game on Sunday.

This year, the League is excited to introduce group packages. The "Full Court Package" gives groups that purchase 50 tickets or more the opportunity to scrimmage on The Palestra court during halftime of a select tournament game. The "Three-Point Package" allows groups that purchase 20 tickets or more the opportunity to create a fan tunnel as teams take the court. Pricing for group rates start as low as $210.

Last year, the Princeton men's team and the Penn's women team were crowned champions of the inaugural tournaments and earned berths to March Madness. 12th-seeded Princeton lost to fifth seed Notre Dame, 60-58, while No. 12 Penn nearly defeated No. 5 Texas A&M. 

The Ivy League has a long history of success in the NCAA men's and women's basketball tournaments, including winning six games over the last eight years.

For additional information regarding the 2018 Ivy League Basketball Tournaments and other events and promotions surrounding the event, please visit IvyMadness.com.