Nashville, Tenn. (September 14, 2009) – With the return of Predators hockey, individual game tickets for the 2009-10 regular season in Smashville, including the home opener on Thursday, October 8 vs. the Colorado Avalanche, will go on sale to the public Saturday, September 19 at 10 a.m.
Saturday will be the very first opportunity for non-season-ticketholders to buy individual game tickets to another exciting season of Nashville Predators hockey. Predators tickets may be purchased at the Sommet Center box office, all Ticketmaster outlets or by calling (615) 770-PUCK.
Predators season-ticket packages, including the Half-Season Plan (23 games), the 13-Game Plan and the Flex-10 Plan are also available. Participants in the Flex-10 Plan 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.
The 2009-2010 season will also feature several promotional nights designed with the fans in mind. With these promotional nights, the Predators hope to provide all fans with the opportunity to take in a game, regardless of the price.
“Attending a Predators game is a great experience that anyone of any age or income should be able to enjoy,” Predators President of Business Operations Ed Lang said. “We created these promotions to offer all our fans that opportunity.” Promotional Nights and Specials include:
Military Mondays: For the second consecutive season, the Nashville Predators will honor all military personnel past and present during every Monday night home game. Fans showing their Military IDs will receive the best available seats for just $20. All military personnel will receive in-game recognition and a special thank you on the Megatron.
College Nights: College students who show their student ID at the Predators Box office for any Thursday night “College Night” game will receive $10 upper level tickets or $25 lower level tickets. In conjunction with College Night, there will be half-price drink specials for all in attendance throughout the first intermission.
Daily’s Super Tuesday’s: New this season, the Nashville Predators are dedicating Tuesday night games to Predators fans. Fans will be able to purchase a pair of upper level tickets for just $42 or a pair of lower level tickets for $92. There will also be special concession stands (one in the upper level and one in the lower level) where all items are just $2. Tickets may be purchased at the Sommet Center box office or through Ticketmaster with a reduced $2 service and handling fee. Throughout the season, Daily’s will offer various coupons to fans that purchase Tuesday tickets. Day of Game Ticket Special: The Nashville Predators are proud to announce their new Day of Game Ticket Special, which will offer 100 tickets (upper level) to be sold at just $10 each on the day of the game. This is the lowest price ticket the Predators have offered since its inaugural season. These tickets may only be purchased at the Sommet Center box office on the day of each specific game. Trevecca Nazarene University Fellowship Nights: For the second year in a row, Trevecca Nazarene University has teamed up with the Nashville Predators to present monthly Fellowship Nights at Predators games this season. Fellowship Nights are designed to bring not only exciting Predators hockey but also a great environment to spend time with family and friends outside of church. Each game features Christian recording artists performing from the Band Stage during intermissions as well as Ticket Discounts, Church Names on the Megatron, Pregame Movies, and Preferred Seating for groups of 15 or more.
Predators Family Four Pack presented by McDonald’s: Back by popular demand, the Predators Family Four Pack presented by McDonald’s is a great way for families to experience a live Predators game for an affordable price. The Predators Family Four Pack presented by McDonald’s includes four tickets in the Goal Zone and four Food and Beverage vouchers (soft drink and hot dog) starting at $99. Predators Family Four Pack games will be held five times throughout the season. Each game is played on a Saturday or around a holiday, making it easier for families with busy schedules to attend a live NHL game. Families interested in this offer can visit any of the participating Middle Tennessee McDonald’s locations to pick up a coupon and find out more.