NCAA Renews Ticketing Partnership with PrimeSport

July 30, 2013

Ticketing platform PrimeSport has announced today it has extended its partnership for the eighth straight year with the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) as the official ticket and hospitality package provider for select NCAA championships. 

The championships include the NCAA Men’s Final Four, NCAA Women’s Final Four, NCAA Men’s College World Series, NCAA Women’s College World Series and NCAA Men’s Frozen Four. Through its relationship with the NCAA, PrimeSport can offer guaranteed seat locations, official hospitality and the assurance of buying directly from the NCAA’s only approved ticket and hospitality package provider.

“Our relationship with the NCAA allows us to offer fans a unique, hassle-free experience that they can’t find anywhere else,” said Sam Soni, president of PrimeSport. “We look forward to continuing our partnership with the NCAA to help enhance their events and contribute to the overall experience for college fans.”

As part of the partnership, PrimeSport will continue to offer The NCAA Experience official ticket, VIP pregame hospitality, and travel packages for fans and groups looking for a VIP experience at each NCAA event. 

PrimeSport will also continue to manage the Official NCAA Ticket Exchange for select NCAA championships including the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament, NCAA Men’s Final Four, NCAA Women’s Final Four and NCAA Men’s Frozen Four. The NCAA Ticket Exchange allows college fans to buy and sell official tickets online in a convenient, safe, and guaranteed environment. 

“Our priority is to provide fans with the best possible experience at our NCAA championships and to ensure that they have a safe and reliable process to access tickets to our events,” said Josh Logan, director of ticketing at the NCAA. “We have a long standing relationship with PrimeSport and trust its history of delivering premier access to NCAA events through a variety of ticket, VIP hospitality and travel package offerings.”