North Carolina not selling tickets to super regional vs. Arkansas to general public until Saturday
North Carolina won the NCAA Baseball Tournament regional it hosted in Chapel Hill, beating teams like Georgia and VCU to advance to the super regionals.
The Tar Heels are also hosting the super-regional round, with a 3-game series against Arkansas starting on Saturday.
But, for fans looking to buy tickets to the series, they’re going to be hard to come by. Per a report from The Times News, tickets aren’t going to be released to the general public until Saturday, and those will be standing room only.
North Carolina assistant athletics director Gary Paczesny explained that the Razorbacks were given their allotment of 600 tickets and then season-ticket holders scooped up the rest:
“The tickets we’re required to give Arkansas as the visiting team and what our Rams Club and season-ticket holders consumed, there’s none available to the general public, outside of those standing-room tickets,” Paczesny said. “There was a high contingent of requests from those groups of people.”
We’ll see if those who were lucky enough to get tickets pack the stadium this weekend or if more tickets become available on the secondary market.