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St. Louis | Request | Larry Chiang / NCAA RULES ABIDING BOOSTER

by Larry Chiang on March 17, 2014

Hi there
It’s me Larry 
Me and my engineering degree can’t 

/1/ buy a NCAA St Louis tix. Re FRI MARCH 21
/2/ leave a $100 deposit for next years lower bowl

Can I, as a Buck Cardinal club member, please please help all y’all underhaul your site. It’ll take me and two CS major kids 5-8 hours. 


Full details before execution and after execution and during execution updates. Think of our doing *this* like a FedEx package of my RoseBowl tickets– a crap ton of updates as my alum tailgate tix journey from Oakland. To Memphis. To 125 University Ave.


Cost= free. Just put me on the waitlist for a courtside seat. Cuz that’s as close I’ll ever get to the court without getting yelled at cuz I play zero D

See me in the next weekend or next three years. Im the 6’5″ Asian guy that looks like he was athletic once ;-))

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On Mar 16, 2014, at 8:01 PM, “Stanford Men’s Basketball”<> wrote:

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Get Your Dancing Shoes and Join the Cardinal in St. Louis

The Cardinal has received an at-large bid to the 2014 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament and will begin its journey in St. Louis as the #10 seed against #7 New Mexico on Friday, March 21 at 12:40 p.m. CT (10:40 a.m. PT).


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Stanford will receive a very limited allocation of tickets, and high demand is expected.  Order fulfillment and seating will be based on your level of engagement with Stanford University.  The only way to sit in the Stanford section at Scottrade Center is to purchase through the Stanford Athletic Ticket Office.  Tickets are $86 for each round, and include both games for each session in which Stanford is playing.  


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How to Request Tickets (DEADLINE: 5:00 p.m. PT on Monday, March 17):

1.  Sign in to your online Stanford Athletics ticket account by 5:00 p.m. PT tomorrow, March 17

2.  Navigate to the 2014 Men’s Basketball Tournament 2nd and 3rd Rounds listing

3.  Request up to four tickets – you will not be charged until your order is confirmed for fulfillment

4.  You will receive email notification by 8:00 p.m. PT on Monday, March 17 informing you whether or not your order will be fulfilled


For questions on this process, please contact the Athletic Ticket Office at 800-STANFORD (option 4) Monday-Friday between the hours of 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. PT or email

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