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Atlanta & Augusta, GA . April 4 – 6, 2020

NCAA Final Four Packages: March Madness & Masters Merge!

Every spring, sports fans celebrate the drama of the Final Four and the tradition of the Masters. Can you imagine attending both in the same trip? This April, join us for a three-night bucket list package that includes tickets to the college basketball title game on April 6 and the Masters practice round on April 7, a chef-prepared dinner in Augusta, and roundtrip transportation between the two events.

What are you waiting for, friends? Jim Nantz is calling.

Most years, these two events are not adjacent to each other. But this year the Final Four and the Masters are a short 2-hour drive from each other. If you only want to attend the semifinals or the championship game, we have a plan for that.

We are excited to offer you Final Four tickets, with the ability to attend the best pregame festivities, four-star Atlanta hotel accommodations, and more. Whether you’re supporting your team’s quest for a title, shooting for a once-in-a-lifetime experience, or searching for a thank you gift for a corporate client, we have a wide variety of Final Four ticket and hotel packages to fit your exact needs.

Included in your Final Four & Masters experience:

  • Three-night Stay at four-star Renaissance Atlanta Gateway Hotel
  • NCAA Title Game Ticket (Lower Level Ticket Included)
  • Welcome Happy Hour on Sunday Evening
  • Airport/Hotel Roundtrip Transportation Via SkyTrain
  • Gameday transportation via MARTA (a pass will be given to you to use at your convenience on game day)
  • Daily Breakfast
  • Roundtrip Transportation between Atlanta and Augusta for Tuesday at the Masters
  • Masters Badge (Tuesday Practice Round Included)
  • Masters Hospitality: Afternoon Snacks, Cooked to Order Dinner and Open Bar
  • On-site Assistance, Service Fees and Taxes Included
  • Packages start at $3950 per person, based on double occupancy

Available Add-ons:

  • Final Four only
  • Options to explore Atlanta

Few sporting events, if any, can match the excitement and passion of March Madness, especially the Final Four. Beginning in March, 68 teams compete for a spot in the Final Four.
The two semifinal games will take place on April 4, and the championship final will follow on April 6. The event returns to Atlanta for the fifth time, with this being the first edition at the recently built Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

However, there’s plenty to do between those three high-profile games. A Final Four Fan Fest will take place each day from Friday to Monday at the Georgia World Congress Center. It features interactive games (basketball and other sports), interaction with athletes and celebrities, music, food, and more. Reese’s Final Four Friday is free for the public to attend, and you’ll get your chance to see each of the four teams practicing on the floor at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The Division II and III national title games will take place on Sunday, April 5, at nearby State Farm Arena.

The first NCAA Final Four to be held in Atlanta was in 1977 when Marquette cut down the nets at the old Omni arena, which is now part of the complex known as CNN Center. It would be 25 years before the Final Four would return, as the Georgia Dome hosted the event in 2002. Juan Dixon helped give legendary head coach Gary Williams his only title as Maryland beat the upset-minded Indiana Hoosiers for the crown. The event returned in 2007, when – for the first time – all No. 1 seeds advanced to the Final Four, with the Florida Gators outlasting Ohio State for back-to-back titles.

The most recent Final Four in Atlanta was in 2013 when Louisville topped Michigan. Unfortunately, the Cardinals were forced to vacate that championship after a scandal led to the departure of longtime coach Rick Pitino.

While the first Final Four at Mercedes-Benz Stadium – a venue that has already hosted a Super Bowl and the College Football title game – will be unique. The four sites hosting regional finals are notable venues as well. Sweet 16 and Elite Eight rounds will be played in Madison Square Garden in New York, Staples Center in Los Angeles, Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, and Houston’s Toyota Center.

Given the unpredictable nature of the NCAA Tournament, it’s nearly impossible to forecast which four teams will be playing, but there are always repeat contenders. You should always consider the usual favorites – Kentucky, North Carolina, Duke, and Kansas (though the Jayhawks are facing potential NCAA sanctions). The Wildcats reload with the country’s best recruits every year, while the Blue Devils welcome in a talented class to surround returning star, Tre Jones.

Michigan State and Louisville should have strong seasons, and you can’t count out defending national champion Virginia, who won it all in 2019 after being the first No. 1 seed to lose to a No. 16 seed the year before. Texas Tech will look to return to the Final Four a year after making it for the first time, while Maryland, Florida, and Seton Hall are also teams with preseason expectations.