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Tickets for Florida's NCAA Tournament games on sale

Gators tickets available today

Tickets for the sessions in which Florida plays its second- and third-round games are on sale. UF will receive 550 tickets for its region games. Fans must purchase session tickets for both rounds at the same time. If the Gators fail to advance, all tickets purchased for the third round will be refunded. Cost for both sessions is $150 plus a $10 processing fee. Tickets must be picked up at will call at the Frank Erwin Center on Friday. Orders will be taken until 5 today and can be made at gatorzone.com/tickets; by calling the Gator Ticket Office at (352) 375-4683, ext. 6800; or in person at the ticket office located at Gate 1 of Ben Hill Griffin Stadium.

Tickets for Florida's NCAA Tournament games on sale 03/18/13 [Last modified: Monday, March 18, 2013 10:07pm]
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