The school was quick to release information on how to get tickets.
First, there will be no public sale through the school, said a release from the University of Michigan Athletic Office.
Second, tickets are available only to holders of season tickets for the university’s men’s basketball team. Season ticket holders should have already received an email explaining the process of obtaining tickets from Michigan’s allotment.
If you somehow have access to the school’s allotment, tickets for the two semifinal games are $310 each.
Third, tickets are available to Michigan students. There have been 700 tickets set aside behind the Michigan Pep Band at $40 for the semifinal game against Syracuse Saturday at 8:45 p.m. in Atlanta. Students have until 5 p.m. Tuesday to order tickets.
Fourth, there may be slots available in the University of Michigan Alumni Association’s Final Four Tour, which includes a charter flight, four nights at the team hotel, and a game ticket. Per adult rates range from $2,089 to $3,119.
Fifth, tickets may be available to the public through the NCAA website.
Finally, there are the unofficial channels, so to speak.