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2017 NCAA Men's Final Four: Hospitality - GAME TICKET INCLUDED

Apr 1, 2017
NCAA Final Four - All-Session Ticket (April 1 & 3)
University of Phoenix Stadium ,Glendale ,AZ
Starting at $1095.00 per guest
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Apr 1, 2017
03:09 PM
NCAA Final Four - National Semifinals Ticket
University of Phoenix Stadium ,Glendale ,AZ
Starting at $665.00 per guest
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Apr 3, 2017
NCAA Final Four - National Championship Ticket
University of Phoenix Stadium ,Glendale ,AZ
Starting at $530.00 per guest
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2017 NCAA Men's Final Four: Hospitality - GAME TICKET NOT INCLUDED

Apr 1, 2017
NCAA Final Four - Official NCAA VIP Experience (All-Session)
University of Phoenix Stadium ,Glendale ,AZ
Starting at $562.50 per guest
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Apr 1, 2017
Kennel Fest: The Official Gonzaga Final Four Pregame Party
Gila River Arena ,Glendale ,AZ
Starting at $30.00 per guest
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Apr 3, 2017
NCAA Final Four - Official NCAA VIP Experience (National Championship)
University of Phoenix Stadium ,Glendale ,AZ
Starting at $337.50 per guest
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Official NCAA VIP Experience

NCAA VIP Experience Location and Hours
Located at University of Phoenix Stadium
Hours: Saturday: 11:30am - 2:30pm (re-opens between games)

Monday: 2:30 -5:30 pm
Kurt Warner
Arizona Ambassador
Kurt Warner will serve as PrimeSport’s Arizona Ambassador at the 2017 NCAA Final Four VIP Experience in Phoenix. Warner played college football at Northern Iowa. He guided the 2008 Arizona Cardinals to their first Super Bowl appearance in Super Bowl XLIII. He is a two-time NFL MVP and won the Super Bowl MVP award with the St. Louis Rams in Super Bowl XXXIV. He will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in August.
Kenny Smith
Kenny ‘The Jet’ Smith played Smith played college basketball at the University of North Carolina where he was named a 1st team All-American in his senior year. He played in the NBA from 1987-1997 and won 2 World Championship rings with the Houston Rockets in 1994 and 1995. Currently, Smith can be seen on Inside the NBA on TNT, and as an analyst on CBS/Turner during the NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament coverage.
Sean Elliott
Sean Elliott is a two-time All-American from the University of Arizona. Elliott capped his collegiate career in 1989 by winning the John R Wooden Award, the Adolph Rupp Trophy, and the NABC Player of the Year and AP Player of the Year awards. Elliott’s NBA career spanned 12 seasons, including an NBA Championship in 1999 with the San Antonio Spurs. His #32 has been retired by both the University of Arizona and the San Antonio Spurs.
Miles Simon
Miles Simon played guard for the University of Arizona from 1994-1998. At the conclusion of the Wildcats championship run in 1997, Simon was named Most Outstanding Player of the NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship. Simon currently serves as a men’s college basketball analyst on ESPN.
Christian Laettner
Christian Laettner is a two-time NCAA Division I National Champion, an Olympic Gold Medal winner, and a 13-year veteran of the NBA. Laettner’s success at Duke led to countless awards, and several NCAA Tournament records including Most Points Scored (407), Most Games Played (23) and Most Games Won (21). His #32 is retired at Duke and he is enshrined in the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame.
Bobby Hurley
Bobby Hurley is the Head Coach of the Arizona State Sun Devils Men’s Basketball team. Hurley’s record of success began at St. Anthony High School in New Jersey, where he helped win 4 straight state championships. At Duke, Hurley added two more Championships to his resume, as well as a Most Outstanding Player award in 1992, and First Team All-American status in 1993. He also holds the NCAA record for career assists (1,076). Hurley’s #11 is retired by Duke.
Lute Olson
Lute Olson served as the Head Coach of the Arizona Wildcats for 25 years. In that span, the Wildcats made 23 consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances, 5 Final Four appearances and won the National Championship in 1997. His 46 NCAA Tournament wins places him 8th all-time amongst coaches. Olson is widely recognized for having built the passion for basketball and the winning culture that endures today at the University of Arizona.
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