Individual game tickets for the entire 2007-08 Nashville Predators preseason and regular season, including the regular-season home opener on Thursday, October 4 vs. the Colorado Avalanche, will go on sale to the public on Saturday, September 15. Tickets will go on sale at 12:00 p.m. and fans that venture to the Sommet Center box office will get the first chance to purchase the club’s new Reebok EDGE jerseys, introduced this past summer.
Individual game tickets start at $19, and Saturday will be the first opportunity for non-season-ticketholders to buy them. Predators individual game tickets may be purchased at the Sommet Center box office, all Ticketmaster outlets or by calling (615) 770-PUCK. Tickets may also be purchased at www.nashvillepredators.com or www.ticketmaster.com. A service and handling charge applies to all tickets purchased through Ticketmaster, but not for those purchased at the Sommet Center box office.
Predators season-ticket packages, including the Half-Season Plan (23 games), the Ice Pack (13 games), the Rival Pack (13 games), and the Flex Pack Plan (13 games), are still available. The Flex Pack Plan gives fans the opportunity to select a minimum of 13 of the team’s 43 games with variable pricing. Games are broken into three different pricing categories based on demand (Gold, Silver and Bronze), and the overall cost of the individual plan is tabulated via the customer’s a la carte selections. For more information on Predators season-ticket packages, contact a ticket representative at (615) 770-PUCK or visit www.nashvillepredators.com.
The 41-game home schedule includes 14 Saturday games and three holiday games, including one Thanksgiving night against the Detroit Red Wings. Other exciting dates include:
- The 2007 Stanley Cup Champion Anaheim Ducks visiting Nashville Dec. 8 and Jan. 17.
- The Central Division rival Detroit Red Wings coming to the Sommet Center Nov. 22, Dec. 10, Feb. 12 and Mar. 20.
- Tomas Vokoun returning to the Music City with the Florida Panthers Oct. 27, and Paul Kariya doing likewise with the St. Louis Blues Nov. 17, Jan. 21, Feb. 16 and Apr. 3.
- Flashy Russian sniper Alex Ovechkin making his first trip to Nashville with the Washington Capitals on Mar. 18.