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The Pac-12 hasn’t been one of the most dominating basketball conferences over the years, but the conference has produced some good teams in the past few seasons, making Pac-12 tournament tickets an intriguing purchase in March. The Pac-12, then the Pac-10, started a conference tournament in 1987 and continued until 1990. In those four seasons, Arizona Wildcats fans got the most out of their Pac-12 tournament tickets with the team winning the tournament three times in those four years.

From 1990 through 2001, it was impossible to purchase Pac-12 tournament tickets as the conference did not hold a postseason tournament. Instead, the automatic bid to the NCAA tournament was handed to the regular season champion of the conference. In 2002, Pac-12 tournament tickets were available for purchase once again as the conference reinstated the postseason tournament format. From 2002-2012 Pac-12 tournament tickets would lead fans to the Staples Center in Los Angeles. The 2007 tournament set the record for most pac-12 tournament tickets sold with over 84,000 in total attendance over the course of the tournament.

Pac-12 tournament tickets will now bring fans to the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, the host of the tournament since 2013. In the first year in Vegas, there were 63,750 Pac-12 tournament tickets sold, much less than the peak in 2007, but more than the final year at the Staples Center.

When the tournament was reinstated in 2002 Arizona won again, extending their steak, technically, to four tournament titles in a row. The Wildcats have been in the championship game three other times, bring their total appearances to seven, which is a conference record. No other school has gotten to the championship game more than five times. Washington and UCLA are both tied with five appearances and are both 3-2 in those games. Oregon and Colorado are the only two schools to be undefeated in the championship game. The difference is the Buffaloes have only reached the title game once, while the Ducks have won the Pac-12 tournament three times.

This season, Arizona is once again the favorite to win the conference tournament. At the high point of the season, three Pac-12 teams were ranked in the top 25, though four separate teams have been ranked over the course of the season. Arizona spent eight consecutive weeks as the No. 1 ranked team in the country, and now sit at No. 4. UCLA has sneaked back into the top 25 at No. 23 to be the only other Pac-12 team ranked at the end of February. Still, Arizona is the odds on favorite to be cutting down the nets in Vegas when the tournament comes to a close.

Pac-12 tournament tickets will likely see an increase in price as the start of the conference tournament approaches. Although it’s unlikely there’s a surprising result come the end of the games, fans having Pac-12 tournament tickets to see these games are going to see a good group of games.

Year-By-Year PAC 12 Tournament Results

Year Champion Score Runner-Up MVP Location
1987 UCLA (1) 76–64 Washington Reggie Miller, UCLA Pauley Pavilion - Los Angeles, California
1988 Arizona (1) 93–67 Oregon State Sean Elliott, Arizona McKale Center - Tucson, Arizona
1989 Arizona (2) 73–51 Stanford Sean Elliott, Arizona Great Western Forum - Inglewood, California
1990 Arizona (3) 94–78 UCLA Jud Buechler, Arizona University Activity Center - Tempe, Arizona
2002 Arizona (4) 81–71 USC Luke Walton, Arizona Staples Center - Los Angeles, California
2003 Oregon (1) 74–66 USC Luke Ridnour, Oregon Staples Center - Los Angeles, California
2004 Stanford (1) 77–66 Washington Josh Childress, Stanford Staples Center - Los Angeles, California
2005 Washington (1) 81–72 Arizona Salim Stoudamire, Arizona Staples Center - Los Angeles, California
2006 UCLA (2) 71–52 California Leon Powe, California Staples Center - Los Angeles, California
2007 Oregon (2) 81–57 USC Tajuan Porter, Oregon Staples Center - Los Angeles, California
2008 UCLA (3) 67–64 Stanford Darren Collison, UCLA Staples Center - Los Angeles, California
2009 USC (1) 66–63 Arizona State DeMar DeRozan, USC Staples Center - Los Angeles, California
2010 Washington (2) 79–75 California Isaiah Thomas, Washington Staples Center - Los Angeles, California
2011 Washington (3) 77–75 (OT) Arizona Isaiah Thomas, Washington Staples Center - Los Angeles, California
2012 Colorado (1) 53–51 Arizona Carlon Brown, Colorado Staples Center - Los Angeles, California
2013 Oregon (3) 78–69 UCLA Johnathan Loyd, Oregon MGM Grand Garden Arena - Las Vegas, Nevada
2014 MGM Grand Garden Arena - Las Vegas, Nevada
2015 MGM Grand Garden Arena - Las Vegas, Nevada

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3-14-14: Pac 12 results from March 13th: Arizona beat Utah 71-39, Colorado escaped California 59-56, UCLA defeated Oregon 82-63, Stanford beat Arizona State 79-58. Today's action sees Arizona vs Colorado and Stanford vs UCLA. Pac 12 tournament tickets for the Championship game currently average $158 on the secondary market. Today's Semi-finals average $184.

3-13-14: Results from Round 1 of the Pac 12 tournament: Colorado defeated USC 59-56, Utah defeated Washington 67-61, Oregon beat in-state rival Oregon State 88-74, and Stanford defeated Washington State 74-63. On deck for today is Oregon vs UCLA, Stanford vs Arizona State, Utah vs no. 1 seed Arizona, and Colorado vs California.

3-11-14: The Pac 12 tournament kicks off tomorrow with Washington vs Utah, Colorado vs USC, Oregon State vs Oregon, and Washington State vs Stanford. Arizona (top seed), UCLA, Arizona State and California have each earned a first round bye. The All-Session pass currently averages $522 on the secondary market. Session 1 tickets are as low as $8.

3-9-14: Pac 12 results from March 8th: Stanford defeated Utah 61-60. Oregon defeated Arizona 64-57 to continue their 7 game winning streak. Oregon State defeated Arizona State 78-76 in overtime. Washington defeated USC 82-75. California defeated Colorado 66-65 in overtime. Washington State currently leads UCLA 34-26 at halftime in the conference's regular season finale.

3-7-14: Pac 12 results from 3/6: UCLA defeated Washington 91-82. Jordan Adams had a huge night with 31 points on 11 for 15 shooting. The Huskies starting back court chipped in 54 points. USC overcame Washington State in the night cap, 79-68. Byron Wesley was the only Trojan to score in double digits, but brought down the house with 31 points and 10 rebounds. The Pac 12 regular season ends this Saturday. An all session pass to the Pac 12 tournament currently averages $420 on the secondary market. Session 1 is the cheapest while the Championship game sports the most expensive Pac 12 tournament tickets.

3-6-14: The Pac 12 saw 3 games go down last night, and each were decided by 5 of less points. Colorado snapped their losing streak when they defeated Stanford 59-56 in California. Josh Scott led the way for the Buffaloes with a double double of 17 points and 11 rebounds. Arizona survived a late surge from Oregon State spearheaded by Roberto Nelson, but still came out ahead 74-69. The Utes notched a 4 point victory over California 63-59 thanks to guard play from Brandon Taylor and Delon Wright. An all-session pass for the Pac 12 tournament currently averages $473 on the secondary market. Pac 12 tournament tickets for the championship game has an average asking price of $224.

3-5-14: 2014's Pac 12 tournament takes place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena from March 12th to March 15th. The all-session strip of the tournament will cost you an average $640 on the secondary market. The overall average price of all sessions is currently $156, with the cheapest being Session 2 at $98. The most expensive is the Championship Game, at an asking price of $227. The Arizona Wildcats currently have the best regular season conference record thus far at 14-2 and are the only nationally ranked team in the conference. They'll be at Oregon State this weekend for the regular season finale.