ACC Tournament Tickets News
3-14-14: ACC results from March 13th: Florida State defeated Maryland 67-65, Pittsburgh beat up on Wake Forest 84-55, NC State defeated the Miami Hurricanes 67-58, and Clemson escaped Georgia Tech in Overtime 69-65. Today's action sees Virginia vs Florida State, North Carolina vs Pittsburgh, Syracuse vs NC State and Duke vs Clemson.
3-13-14: There's four games on the ACC Tournament schedule today with Maryland vs Florida State (now ended with a last second highlight from FSU), Pittsburgh vs Wake Forest, North Carolina State vs Miami, and Clemson vs Georgia Tech. Yesterday’s action saw Wake Forest beat Notre Dame, Miami beat Virginia Tech and Georgia Tech narrowly escape Boston College.
3-12-14: The first round of the ACC tournament kicked off today with Wake Forest vs Notre Dame, Miami vs Virginia Tech, and Georgia Tech vs Boston College. Pittsburgh awaits the winner of Wake Forest/Notre Dame, NC State awaits the winner of Miami/Virginia Tech, and Clemson awaits the winner of Georgia Tech/Boston College.
3-11-14: The ACC tournament opens tomorrow at the Greensboro Coliseum with Wake Forest vs Notre Dame, Miami vs Virginia Tech, and Georgia Tech vs Boston College. Thursday's second round features Maryland vs Florida State as well as Pittsburgh, NC State awaiting Thursday's winners. Virginia, Syracuse, Duke, and North Carolina have all earned BYES until Friday's quarterfinals.
3-9-14: ACC Results from March 8th: Georgia Tech defeated Virginia Tech 62-51. Robert Carter Jr had 16 for the Yellow Jackets. Miami defeated Wake Forest 69-56. Pittsburgh defeated Clemson 83-78 in overtime. Lamar Patterson had 30 points in the win. Duke got some revenge on UNC as the Blue Devils defeated the Tar Heels 93-81. Jabari Parker recorded a double double with 11 rebounds and a career high 30 points.
3-7-14: Each ACC team was off from action last night and remain off until the regular season finales this Saturday and Sunday. An all session pass to the ACC tournament currently averages $562 on the secondary market. The second round is the cheapest while the semi-finals sport the most expensive ACC tournament tickets.
3-6-14: In a shocker, the Wake Forest Demon Deacons upset the number 4 Duke Blue Devils 82-72 last night. Jabari Parker posted a double double for Duke with 19 points and 10 rebounds, but Wake Forest was able to control the game in both halves. Tyler Cavanaugh led Wake Forest with 20 points. Duke closes out the regular season this Saturday vs UNC. Tickets for the Duke/UNC matchup currently average $1,988 on the secondary market. The All session strip for the ACC tournament currently averages $549 on the resale market. ACC tournament tickets for the championship game have an average asking price of $166.
3-5-14: 2014's ACC tournament takes place at the Greensboro Coliseum from March 12th to March 16th. The all-session strip will cost you an average of $633 on the secondary market. The overall average price of all sessions is currently $153, with the cheapest being the second round at $36. The most expensive is the Semifinals at an asking price of $236. The ACC features 4 nationally ranked teams, with the regular season schedule highlighted by Saturday's North Carolina at Duke game. Virginia has the best record in the conference at 16-1. Virginia Tech currently has the worst in-conference record, at 2-15.