-Features Half-Season Plan, 13-Game Plan and Flex-10 Plan -
Nashville, Tenn. (July 20, 2009) – The Nashville Predators announced today three partial season-ticket options for their 2009-10 National Hockey League schedule: the Half-Season Plan (23 games), the 13-Game Plan and the Flex-10 Plan.
The Half-Season Plan (23 games) features 14 weekend and holiday games which include two games against the Detroit Red Wings as well as games against Eastern Conference rivals the Toronto Maple Leafs and Montreal Canadiens. This package is available for as low as $440 ($20 per seat).
The 13-Game Plan includes eight weekend and holiday games and will feature games against the Detroit Red Wings, Toronto Maple Leafs and Philadelphia Flyers. Pricing for this package starts as low as $252 ($21 per seat).
Both the Half-Season and 13-Game Plans include division-rival games with Chicago, St. Louis, Columbus and Detroit as well as opening night against the Colorado Avalanche (Oct 8) and the final regular season game against the St. Louis Blues (Apr. 10). They also receive playoff priority and have access to bonus and exchange programs as well as food and beverage vouchers.
The Flex-10 Plan is designed to give the fan flexibility to pick and choose dates, while still saving money off the individual game rate. Participants in this package can select the desired number of tickets and seating location, an unlimited number of games (10 minimum), and still receive Playoff Priority and the option to purchase additional tickets at the Flex-10 price. This package gives the season ticket holder the ultimate flexibility in a season ticket package.
For information and prices on the 2009-10 Nashville Predators season-ticket packages and partial plans, visit nashvillepredators.com/seasontickets or contact a ticket representative at (615) 770-PUCK (7825). Individual game tickets will go on sale at a later date.