Nashville, Tenn. – This Saturday, July 12, Nashville Predators fans will have the first opportunity to purchase individual game tickets for the entire 2014-15 regular season, starting at noon, only at the Bridgestone Arena Box Office. For those purchasing tickets at Bridgestone Arena on Saturday, the Preds will be offering 100, $15 tickets to all home games. Tickets will go on sale to the general public online and at the Bridgestone Arena Box Office on Sunday, July 13.
Beginning July 7, the Predators will host a week of special presales for season-ticket holders, special groups, social media fans and more, ensuring that Preds fans have the first opportunity to purchase tickets to the games they want to attend.
The upcoming season includes 41 regular season home games, as the Predators will play host to all other 29 teams in the NHL at least one during the 2014-15 campaign. Key games include visits from the Central Division rival Chicago Blackhawks on Oct. 23 and Dec. 6, Patric Hornqvist, Nick Spaling and the Pittsburgh Penguins on Oct. 25, the defending Stanley Cup Champion Los Angeles Kings on Nov. 25, Head Coach Peter Laviolette’s former team the Philadelphia Flyers on Dec. 27 and Barry Trotz and the Washington Capitals on Jan. 16.
Fans are invited to celebrate the holidays with the Preds at home games on Thanksgiving Day (Nov. 27 vs. Edmonton), Valentine’s Day (Feb. 14 vs. New Jersey) and St. Patrick’s Day (March 17 vs. Minnesota). The Preds will also host two special alumni nights on Nov. 15 vs. Winnipeg and Feb. 3 vs. Toronto.
The 2014-15 calendar is highlighted by the most robust promotional schedule ever, beginning with a special Opening Night giveaway on Thursday, Oct. 9 and including the return of the bobble head for the first time since 2003.
2014-15 Bobble Head Schedule:
Saturday, Oct. 25 vs. Pittsburgh – James Neal
Saturday, Nov. 15 vs. Winnipeg – Pekka Rinne
Saturday, Dec. 27 vs. Philadelphia – Shea Weber
Friday, Jan. 16 vs. Washington – Player TBA
Saturday, Feb. 7 vs. New York Rangers – Player TBA
Sunday, March 29 vs. Calgary – Player TBA
Season-ticket holders continue to receive the biggest savings, reserved seating and the most comprehensive benefits of all fans. Full season-ticket holders receive the lowest per-game price throughout the season and that price remains static for all home games. Both full and half season-ticket holders receive discount off the single-game ticket rate, the right to renew the same seats year after year, pre-sale opportunities for Nashville Predators single-game tickets and Bridgestone Arena concerts and family shows, priority on purchasing Stanley Cup Playoff tickets, access to Smashville Rewards, a points based benefits platform, and more. Great interest-free payment plans are currently available for all Nashville Predators season-ticket packages, with full season packages starting as low as $15 per game and half season packages beginning at $25 per game. To order, visit nashvillepredators.com/seasonticket or contact a ticket representative at 615-770-7800.
In conjunction with the Nashville Predators single game ticket on-sale on Saturday, July 12, the Preds will be hosting an Open House at Bridgestone Arena beginning at 10 a.m. CT. This free event includes the annual used equipment sale, an open skate, corn hole and more. The Nashville Predators prospects, including 2014 first-round pick Kevin Fiala, will participate in a scrimmage at 3:30 p.m. The scrimmage, which is being held at Bridgestone Arena and is open to the public free of charge, is a great way to get an early look at the future faces of the Preds. For more information, visit nashvillepredators.com.
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