Big 12 Tournament To Bring Back Fans

When the Big 12 Tournament tips off on Wednesday, March 10 in Kansas City, it will do so with fans in attendance.

The Big 12 Conference, along with the T-Mobile Center and the Kansas City Sports Commission, announced the news about fan attendance in late February. The Big 12 Tournament will be played inside T-Mobile Center at 20% capacity, or around 4,000 fans.

How To Get Tickets

Tickets to the 2021 Big 12 Tournament, slated for March 10-13, are on sale now. Big 12 Tournament tickets can be purchased by individual session, or you can buy an all-sessions pass to see all nine games.

As the official ticket marketplace of the Big 12 Conference, Tickets For Less has great tickets available. Whether you are looking for all sessions, or are just looking to catch a session or two, Tickets For Less has exactly what you are looking for.


100% Fansurance Guarantee

After last year’s Big 12 Tournament was canceled after the first round, many fans may be reluctant to purchase seats ahead of time. With the Tickets For Less 100% Fansurance Guarantee, you can leave worry behind. You can buy Big 12 Tournament tickets with confidence knowing that you are covered with no risk at Tickets For Less.

In 2020, Tickets For Less was quick to refund all Big 12 Tournament ticket buyers upon cancelation. If the tournament were to be canceled for any reason in 2021, customers can expect the same action. Any Big 12 Tournament ticket purchase made through Tickets For Less would be refunded 100%.

Seating Capacity/Set-up

With a seating capacity of 20%, many fans are curious as to what the breakdown of seats will look like.

If you went to a Chiefs game in 2020-21, you can expect a similar layout. Seating will be broken up into pods, which helps maintain social distancing. Seats will be in pods of 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 8 seats. The most common pod size will be four tickets.

Health & Safety Protocols

Face coverings will be required for all spectators at the Big 12 Tournament. Click here to view the healthy and safety guidelines from the T-Mobile Center.

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