The NCAA Tournament tips off this week and University of Kansas students have the opportunity to enter a ticket lottery until 5 p.m. for the Jayhawks first weekend in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Students can see the No. 1 seed in the Midwest Region start their journey to the final four in Phoenix, Arizona. KU will take on either North Carolina Central or UC Davis on Friday.
The University is listing the number of tickets left for the weekend as “extremely limited” and according to athletics public affairs director Jim Marchiony.
Marchiony also says each University receives up to 450 tickets.
The price of tickets for students stand at $66 or $100 dollars depend on the seats in the venue. When compared to popular ticket resale websites, which have tickets ranging from $48 to $325 dollars, it looks like students are getting the better deal.
KU also expects to sell out every round of tickets the University receives, especially if KU advances to the second weekend of the tournament in Kansas City, Missouri.