We have two different ways in which you can save money on tickets to Nashville Predators games, so if you want to go down to Bridgestone Arena and take in the Smashville atmosphere for yourself, read on!
For discount tickets to any Nashville Predators home game during the regular season, readers of On The Forecheck can use the special coupon code "PREDS" and follow this link to order them online. This is through a program sponsored by the team*, and by printing out the tickets yourself, the Ticketmaster fees are sharply reduced.
How can I save on Predators tickets?
For every Nashville Predators home game, Ticketmaster fees are sharply reduced when buying through this program, so you'll save a few bucks on every ticket right off the bat.
For premium games (such as Saturday nights, or games against key opponents like Detroit), you'll save even more, because the Predators are using a new dynamic pricing model that raises prices as these games approach a sellout. When you buy using the OTF Discount, however (and remember to use the offer code "PREDS"), you pay the original rate shown below!
The pricing structure is as follows:
|Premium Lower Bowl
|Lower Bowl End Zone||$71|
|Shoot 1x Club
|Shoot 2x Mezzanine – Family Option||$55|
*- each ticket subject to Capital Improvement Fee
How do I use this coupon code for Nashville Predators games?
Again, you have to click on this link to enter the Nashville Predators' ticket purchasing site, and enter the discount code "PREDS". That will trigger the system to slash the Ticketmaster fees, and apply the basic rate rather than the increased prices that you'd otherwise have to pay for a premium game.
What if the tickets I want are sold out?
There's another option if the tickets you're interested in are sold out, such as when the Upper Bowl for a game is completely gone, and you can't afford Lower Bowl seats.
Thanks to a partnership with TiqIQ, we've got a great interface which brings together tickets available for resale from a number of different outlets, like eBay, StubHub, and many more.
Instead of jumping from site to site, TiqIQ brings it all together so that you can simply click on different sections of the arena and see how many tickets are available, and for what price. It's a pretty stellar piece of work, and you can either use the widget immediately above, or find it via the Tickets link within the navigation bar at the top of this page:
And don't forget to review our discussion of the best places to go in Nashville before & after a Predators game!
*The program is called the Ambassadors Club, under which season ticket holders can offer discounts to other people and help sell tickets. A commission for each ticket sold goes into my season ticket account, so I wanted to let you know in the interest of full disclosure!