Limited tickets remaining for 2020 Pac-12 Women’s Basketball Tournament
Event’s first year at Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas highlighted by
Nation’s elite talent competing for a Pac-12 Championship
Limited tickets remain available for the four-day event at Pac-12.com/tickets
SAN FRANCISCO – With the regular season coming to an end this week and the Pac-12 boasting six Top 25 ranked programs, the Conference today announced that the 2020 Pac-12 Women’s Basketball Tournament, presented by New York Life, has limited tickets remaining for the four-day, 11-game tournament. Limited tickets remaining include select all-tournament passes as well as select single-session tickets. All remaining tickets are available at Pac-12.com/tickets or by calling 1-877-632-7400.
The event returns to Las Vegas next week for the second-straight season, moving to a new home at Mandalay Bay Events Center, home of the WNBA’s Las Vegas Aces. From March 5-8, all 12 universities will compete for a Pac-12 title and a chance to punch their ticket to the Big Dance.
For as low as $105 per pass (totaling less than $10 per game for the 11-game tournament), all-tournament passes include admission to every game and are still available for purchase at Pac-12.com/tickets or by calling 1-877-632-7400.
For as low as $16 per select sessions, single-session tickets are still available for purchase at Pac-12.com/tickets or by calling 1-877-632-7400.
Discounted Hotel Rates
In addition to all-tournament passes and single-session tickets, discount hotel rates in Las Vegas are also still available below (available as supplies last):
2020 Pac-12 Women’s Basketball Tournament – Discount Hotel Rates (available as supplies last until March 1, 2020)
— Pac-12 Network (@Pac12Network) February 24, 2020
As Pac-12 women’s basketball shines bright this season, the tournament is set to provide fans with 11 thrilling games and a glimpse at some of the nation’s elite talent, including Oregon’s Sabrina Ionescu, Ruthy Hebard and Satou Sabally, Oregon State’s Destiny Slocum and Mikayla Pivec, Arizona’s Aari McDonald, Stanford’s Kiana Williams, UCLA’s Michaela Onyenwere and Washington State’s Borislava Hristova. All four days of the tournament will also be covered across Pac-12 Networks and ESPN2.
Other information related to the 2020 Pac-12 Women’s Basketball Tournament, including discounted hotel rates, is available at Pac-12.com/tickets.