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2021 Final Four
Indianapolis, IN . April 3-5, 2021

NCAA 2021 Final Four Packages

Few sporting events, if any, can match the excitement and passion of March Madness, especially the 2021 Final Four. Beginning in March, 68 teams compete for a spot in the Final Four. The two semifinal games will take place on April 3, and the championship final will follow on April 5.

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

We are excited to offer you Final Four tickets, with the ability to attend the best pregame festivities, four-star 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 experience:

  • Three-night stay at an Indianapolis hotel
  • NCAA Title Game Ticket
  • Welcome happy hour on Sunday evening
  • Airport/hotel roundtrip transportation
  • Gameday transportation
  • Daily breakfast
  • On-site assistance, service fees and taxes included

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 Lucas Oil Stadium. 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.

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.

Interested in other basketball games? Check out our NBA All-Star packages.