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Beginning in 2013, the Pac-12 basketball tournament will have a new home as the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nev., will now house the action-packed multi-day event. An exciting precursor to the unpredictable NCAA Tournament, you won’t want to miss out on the extensive selection of Pac-12 Tournament tickets available from Vivid Seats. Whether you’re traveling from near or far, check out what we have in stock, as our inventory is updated regularly to continue to provide you with many opportunities to find Pac-12 basketball tickets at affordable prices. Once the matchups have been unveiled, head over to Vivid Seats to view the Pac-12 tournament schedule to find your desired game. Click “Tickets” to advance to the next page which will feature the MGM Grand Garden Arena seating chart alongside quantity and price data for the listings on sale in our marketplace. Your Pac-12 Tournament tickets order can then be finalized over the phone (1.866.848.8499) or through our safe and secure server simply by logging in or creating a Vivid Seats account. Within moments, your purchase will be processed and prepared for delivery.
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The buzz has been building since last March and at last the wait is nearly over. The 2013 Pac-12 Tournament is set to make its Las Vegas debut, March 13-16, when it takes over the MGM Grand Garden Arena for four thrilling days of live competition. Since 2002, the conference’s annual grand finale had been held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, but the league opted to make the move to the desert instead, signing a three-year deal with the Sin City venue through 2015.
Just as in previous years, many different purchasing options will be available for fans, including Pac-12 Tournament tickets for all four days, or passes for an individual session. Last year’s attendees saw the Colorado Buffaloes claim their first-ever tournament title, knocking off the perennial powerhouse, Arizona Wildcats, in a 53-51 thriller. The victory ended the two-year run of the Washington Huskies, who had secured the conference’s NCAA Tournament automatic bids in 2010 and 2011. With four Pac-12 Tournament titles, Arizona has won the most of any team, though not since 2002, while UCLA and Washington each have three, Oregon has claimed two, and Colorado, Stanford, and USC have all captured one apiece.