Nashville, Tenn. (February 3, 2021) – The Nashville Predators announced today that a number of single match tickets for the February home games will be available for purchase to all fans in the Predators television viewing area. Tomorrow, Feb 4th, 10am CT, tickets available for this game can be purchased at Ticketmaster.com.
“After giving every Travel Ticket Citizen the opportunity to purchase a home match ticket this month through the Loyal Legion Ticket Lottery presented by the Tennessee Lottery, we are now excited to expand this opportunity to single game ticket buyers as well,” Nashville Predators SVP Ticket Sales, Sales Premium & Youth Hockey Nat Harden said. “After hosting our Season-Ticket Citizen during our recent homestand against the Blackhawks, the introduction of single-game buying opportunities is an exciting step towards the return of the unrivaled Smashville crowd we have known and loved.”
Following successful implementation Smashville Safe policy and Promise Place Tennessee, tickets will now be sold in two, four and six seater seats. Throughout the season, these policies and procedures will be evaluated constantly with guidance from the Health Council, Mayor’s Office, NHL and Vanderbilt Health to safely and incrementally increase crowd and seating sizes.
Single match tickets for February home matches will be available at various price levels but subject to availability based on play and price level. In addition, tickets are non-transferable and must be used by the buyer.
Presale codes for tomorrow’s one-match ticket sales can be found in the upcoming edition of Virtual Preds Press, which will be available at 5pm CT tonight. @Bayu_joo on social media or in the Predators app. The presale, which will include tickets available for February’s home games, will kick off at 5pm CT Ticketmaster.com.
Throughout the season, limited one-match tickets for future home games will be available at Ticketmaster.com. For additional information on single game ticket purchase opportunities, stay tuned @Bayu_joo on social media.