You still time to cheer on Tennessee men's basketball team in New York City as thy play their Sweet 16 NCAA tournament game on March 23. Several last-minute tickets remain available.
Seeded No. 4, the Vols will face No. 9 Florida Atlantic at 9 p.m. at Madison Square Garden for the East Region semifinals. Several sites have tickets as low as $181 (with additional fees) still available.
Even the day before the game, tickets are just over $15 more than they were at the beginning of the week.
You can also purchase all-session tickets, which will guarantee a seat for the East Region's Elite 8 game. These can be found as low as $370, but will vary depending on which site you buy your tickets.
The winner will then head to Houston, Texas for the Final Four game. The NCAA Championship will be played in Houston as well.
Here’s what you need to know about watching the Vols’ Sweet 16 game against Florida Atlantic.
How much are tickets for Tennessee vs. Florida Atlantic?
Tickets for the men's third-round games are available at several sites. The Vols are scheduled to play against Florida Atlantic Thursday night. Here are the cheapest Sweet 16 tickets available, including additional fees, as of March 20.
Vivid Seats: $181
TicketSmarter: $153 (Not including additional fees)
Note that all-session tickets are also available. All-session tickets cover the regional semifinal and final games, and cost more.
How to watch Tennessee vs. Florida Atlantic on TV
If you can’t make it to the actual game in Madison Square Garden, you can watch the Vols’ Sweet 16 game at 9 p.m. on TBS. The first East Region semifinal game starts at 6:30 p.m. with Kansas State (No. 3) taking on Michigan (No. 7).
Get full coverage before and after the game at knoxnews.com.
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