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Tickets go on sale for Bama's NIT opening round game

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – General admission tickets are on sale now for the University of Alabama men's basketball team's National Invitation Tournament (NIT) first round game against Coastal Carolina, slated for Tuesday, March 15, with tipoff scheduled for 7 p.m. at Coleman Coliseum. 

All customers are encouraged to purchase online and use the "print at home" delivery method to avoid lines at the Will Call window, regardless of whether they are purchasing general admission or reserved seats. 

All seats for the NIT are general admission, except courtside (front court and back court) and baseline seating areas. 

Ticket prices are as follows: $10 for courtside seats (front court and back court) and baseline reserved seats (those tickets are available only to regular season courtside and baseline ticket holders); $8 for adult general admission seats; $4 for general admission tickets for youths age 18 and under; and $4 for UA Students who present a valid I.D. 

To get reserved seat tickets in the same seats they had during the regular season, courtside and baseline regular season ticket holders must order tickets by Tuesday, March 15, at 12 p.m., CST. 

Courtside and Baseline season ticket holders will receive a Tide-mail on Monday morning, March 14, to order their seats online. Courtside and Baseline Season Ticket holders can also call the Ticket/TIDE PRIDE Office beginning Monday, March 14, at 8 a.m., CST. 

After Tuesday at 12 p.m., CST, all available courtside (front court and back court) and baseline reserved seats will be open for men's basketball season ticket holders to upgrade. 

Phones sales begin at 9 a.m., CST, on Monday, March 14, by calling 205-348-2262. Fans can purchase tickets at the Coleman Coliseum Ticket Office beginning Monday, March 14, at 9 a.m. Ticket window hours throughout Spring Break are 9 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday through Friday for as long as Alabama remains in the NIT field. 

The Coleman Coliseum Club Room will not be open for NIT games.

All regular basketball game parking lots will be open and available, except for parking spaces reserved for handicapped/disabled patrons. Parking passes that were issued for the regular season games will not be valid or in effect for any hosted NIT games.

INFORMATION SOURCE: University of Alabama Athletics

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