28 Jan Travel Packages to 2020 Maui Jim Maui Invitational on Sale Now
Instructions on how to purchase and detailed information for each available travel package is located on the Tournament’s travel page at www.mauiinvitational.com/tickets. All-Tournament Travel Packages and the following Booster Travel Packages are now available:
- Alabama: Coming Soon
- Davidson: Monday, January 27
- Indiana: Monday, January 27
- North Carolina: Monday, January 27
- Providence: Monday, January 27
- Stanford: Monday, January 27
- Texas: Coming Soon
- UNLV: Monday, January 27
Travel packages include a minimum 5-night hotel stay at one of the Tournament three host hotels – the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa, Sheraton Maui Resort and Spa, and Westin Maui Resort and Spa. Additionally, shuttle passes from any hotel to the Lahaina Civic Center and complimentary Maui Jim Sunglasses (selected onsite) are included for each member of the travel package. All-Tournament Travel Packages include tickets to each of the 12 games, while Booster Travel Packages include tickets to each selected team’s games.
Purchasers can customize their experiences while in Maui by selecting additional hotel nights, services and activities during the reservation process. Flights, ground transportation, meals and other Tournament-sponsored events – including the HMSA Sun, Surf & Hoops 5K, the Maui Jim Maui Golf Classic and An Evening with the Coaches Banquet – can be secured through the online booking system.
At this time, tickets for the 2020 Maui Jim Maui Invitational are only available through All-Tournament or Booster Travel Packages. Ticket-only packages, based on availability, will go on sale in August 2020.
The programs heading out to Maui in 2020 boast a combined six Tournament titles, led by North Carolina’s four championships. Providence owns the first-ever Tournament championship from 1984; both the Friars and the Davidson Wildcats were members of the inaugural Tournament field. Indiana, North Carolina, and Texas rank in the top-20 all-time winningest programs. Davidson, Indiana, North Carolina, Providence, and Texas each own at least two NCAA Tournament appearances since 2015.