The Big 12 Tournament kicks off at the Sprint Center on Wednesday, March 10th and runs until Saturday, March 13th. With the Kansas Jayhawks and Kansas State Wildcats ranked nationally in the top five, tournament ticket demand is at an all-time high. The tournament has not held been in Kansas City since 2008, and there are some important tips for fans to keep in mind before purchasing tickets.
Fans should purchase tickets only from reputable, local brokers to ensure tickets are legitimate and authentic. Fans should also refrain from purchasing tickets in cash and should instead use a credit card to add another level of protection. If there is an issue with the tickets, fans will be able to contact their credit card company for a refund. Fans should also purchase tickets from brokers with a physical location rather than from an individual on the street or on Craigslist. By purchasing tickets from a broker with an actual location, fans will be able to speak directly with the seller if there were any issues with the tickets purchased.
Fans should also be careful when buying Big 12 Tournament tickets to make sure they know the true cost of the tickets upfront. Many ticket brokers will charge a service fee at the end of the order. This is a common practice on many ticket websites, and a service fee is something that consumers should consider before finalizing any purchase. All sales are final in the ticket industry, and fans should keep this in mind. Fans need to consider what they will do with the tickets if their team exits the tournament early because there are no refunds.
Tickets For Less will have two convenient storefronts for fans looking to buy or sell Big 12 tickets. The Tickets For Less downtown storefront will be located one block north of the Sprint Center at 12th and McGee. Tickets For Less will also have the location in Overland Park at 135th St. & 69 Highway open for buying and selling Big 12 Tournament tickets. Fans can also purchase Big 12 Tournament tickets online at ticketsforless.com.