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TicketsNow Tip: Are you looking to attend one of the Frozen Four games that takes place each March? If you are looking to get hockey tickets through the NCAA, understand that since 2002 the NCAA has used a ticket application process. This is because it wants to reward loyal fans who have bought tickets in the past. The more games you have bought tickets to in the past, the better your chances for getting Frozen Four tickets. The NCAA holds half the hockey tickets for "priority fans," those who have attended games since the 1997 championship, and the other half are open to fans who have never applied. Priority fans stand a better shot at getting tickets. You are allowed four tickets per household. Apply between April and June and you will receive word in August if you have been accepted and tickets are mailed in March. If you don't want to go through the application process or if you do go through it and get shut out, you can turn to online ticket brokers who can usually get you into the event. However, expect to pay more than face value for your hockey tickets. You should know that the NCAA frowns upon selling your ticket. If the NCAA finds out you have sold your ticket for more than face value, it will revoke your priority status permanently.