NCAA MARCH MADNESS
BASKETBALL BRACKET POOL:
The March Madness NCAA Basketball
Bracket tournament is another great
way to take another $100.00 off of your
March Madness has become one of the
most popular sporting events in the
United States. Because of the length of
the tournament and the number of teams
involved it is one of the most popular
sporting events in terms of television
ratings. One event associated with
March Madness is filling out the brackets.
It has become extremely common
in popular culture, even among non-sports
fans; it is estimated that tens of millions
of Americans participate in the contest
Each bracket requires $20.00
donation (50% goes to player fee)
You can make your picks:
1. ON-LINE BY GOING TO:
AND FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS.
Pool ID 140900 – Pool Password is thunderbolts
2. FILL OUT A PAPER BRACKET TAKE A PICTURE
AND TEXT IT TO 708-473-5051.
2020 MARCH MADNESS BRACKET DONATION
$20.00 ON LINE PAYMENT
March 15 (Sun): Team selection at 6:00 p.m. ET, after
which the picksheet opens.
March 17 & 18 (Tue & Wed): First Four, Play-in Games
(Not included in pool)
March 19 (Thu) at 12:15 PM ET Your Pool’s Pick Deadline
March 19 & 20 (Thu & Fri): First Round
March 21 & 22 (Sat & Sun): Second Round
March 26 & 27 (Thu & Fri): Sweet Sixteen
March 28 & 29 (Sat & Sun): Elite Eight
April 4 (Sat): Final Four
April 6 (Mon): Championship Game
You WILL pick all 63 games of the
The pick deadline is set to March 19, 2020
at 12:15 PM ET.
There are no restrictions on how many
entries a member can
have in the contest. (EACH BRACKET
REQUIRES $20.00 DONATION)
Points are awarded for each correct pick.
Points values increase as the tournament
progresses, as follows:
First Four = Play-in games are not
included or scored
First Round = 1 point
Second Round = 2 points
Sweet 16 = 4 points
Elite 8 = 8 points
Final Four = 16 points
Championship = 32 points
The pool does not use a seed point bonus.
Correct picks will be awarded the points
assigned for each round.
The tie-breaker is the combined number
of points scored in the Championship game.
Each member must enter a tie-break value
when they make their picks.
The winner is the entry with the most points
at the end of the NCAA Tournament.
50% of donations collected will be awarded to
top 8 winning positions.