Predators Announce Partial Season Ticket Plans
Wednesday, 08.06.2008 / 12:50 PM / Tickets
By Press Release - Nashville Predators
-Features Pick-10 plan, in addition to 13-game half-season packages -
Nashville, Tenn. (August 6, 2008) – The Nashville Predators announced today three different partial season-ticket options for their 2008-09 National Hockey League schedule: the Half-Season Plan (23 games), the 13-game package and the Pick 10 plan.
The Half-Season Plan (23 games) features Opening Night and Fan Appreciation night as well as six games against Eastern Conference opponents (N.Y. Islanders, N.Y. Rangers, Pittsburgh, Atlanta, New Jersey and Ottawa). The package features 12 weekend dates and is available for as low as $440 per seat.
The 13-game package also features both the Home Opener and Fan Appreciation night, and seven of the 13 dates are weekend games. With the 13-game plan, fans see defending NHL MVP Alex Ovechkin and the Washington Capitals (March 10), in addition to Nashville’s closest geographical rivals, the Atlanta Thrashers (January 17), and the Tomas Vokoun-led Florida Panthers (November 1).
As a partial-season ticket holder with the half-season and 13-game packages, fans are guaranteed the same seats for every game, with a discount off the individual game rate plus other season ticket holder benefits. The two plans, in addition to the full-season plan, also include food and beverage vouchers.
The Pick-10 Package is designed to give the flexibility to pick and choose dates, while still saving money off the individual game rate. Participants in this package can select the number of tickets and location, an unlimited number of games (10 minimum), and still received Playoff Priority and the option to purchase additional tickets at the Pick-10 price.
For information and prices on 2008-09 Nashville Predators season-ticket packages and partial plans, visit www.nashvillepredators.com or contact a ticket representative at (615) 770-PUCK (7825). Individual game tickets will go on sale at a later date.
23-Game Plan (seating chart pop-up)
|Sat., Oct. 11||Dallas||Sat., Dec. 13||Dallas||Sat., Jan. 17||Atlanta||Sat., Feb. 28||Detroit|
|Sat., Oct. 18||Columbus||Sat., Dec. 20||NY Islanders||Mon., Jan. 19||New Jersey||Thu., Mar. 12||NY Rangers|
|Sat., Oct. 25||Los Angeles||Fri., Dec. 26||Detroit||Thu., Feb. 5||Anaheim||Tue., Mar. 24||Anaheim|
|Thu., Oct. 30||Edmonton||Sat., Jan. 3||Calgary||Thu., Feb. 12||St. Louis||Sat., Apr. 4||Columbus|
|Mon., Nov. 17||San Jose||Thu., Jan. 8||Pittsburgh||Mon., Feb. 16||Ottawa||Tue., Apr. 7||Chicago|
|Sat., Nov. 29||Minnesota||Sat., Jan. 10||Chicago||Thu., Feb. 19||St. Louis|
13-Game Plan (seating chart pop-up)
|Sat., Oct. 11||Dallas||Sat., Dec. 6||Minnesota||Sat., Jan. 17||Atlanta||Tue., Mar. 10||Washington|
|Sat., Oct. 25||Los Angeles||Sat., Dec. 20||NY Islanders||Tue., Feb. 10||Detroit||Sat., Mar. 28||LA Kings|
|Sat., Nov. 1||Florida||Thu., Jan. 1||Vancouver||Thu., Feb. 26||Phoenix||Tue., Apr. 7||Chicago|
|Tue., Nov. 25||St. Louis|