Originally written on PredsOnTheGlass  |  Last updated 4/22/12
The Nashville Predators announced a long list of promotional nights as well as in-game initiatives for the coming season.

As we were told over the summer, the Military Discount has been expanded to include all games on the schedule. College Night's, McDonald's Four Packs, Daily's Super Tuesdays, Lottery Discounts and Day of Game Specials all return again this year.

In addition to Frosty's for four goals there are several other new in-game benefits including our favorite, the "Goo-Goo Goal." We have a vision that when Goo-Goo Goal time comes that the entire Bridgestone Arena will chant "Goo-Goo, Goo-Goo, Goo-Goo..." for the entire minute or until a Predator scores. We really need everyone to get on board with this and rock the house on opening night.

For the full list of promotions, make the jump to see the release from the Predators...


-Preds offer ticket specials to fit every fan -

Nashville, Tenn. (October 3, 2011) – The Nashville Predators are back and so are great deals. When the puck drops for a new season of Nashville Predators hockey, fans will be treated to another year of theme nights and specially discounted tickets, beginning with the home opener on Oct. 13 vs. the Phoenix Coyotes.

Promotional nights and specials for 2011-12 include:

Military Discount:
All servicemen, veterans and their families can receive a discount of $20 off a lower bowl ticket and $10 off an upper level ticket for all Predators home games! All members must show military ID at the Bridgestone Arena box office to be eligible for discount. While supplies last.

College Nights, presented by Taco Bell:
College students who show their student ID at the Bridgestone Arena box office for any Thursday night game will receive $15 upper level tickets or $25 lower level tickets and a voucher for a free Crunchy Taco from Taco Bell. In conjunction with College Night, there will be half-price drink specials for all in attendance through the first intermission. The first College Night of the season is opening night, Oct. 13 vs. the Phoenix Coyotes.

McDonald’s Family Four Pack:
Back by popular demand the McDonald’s Family Four Pack is a great way for families to experience a live Predators game for an affordable price. The McDonald’s Family Four Pack includes four tickets in the Goal Zone and four Food and Beverage vouchers (soft drink and hot dog) for $99. Order your tickets today by visiting nashvillepredators.com/mcdonalds. The first McDonald’s Family Four Pack night is Saturday, Oct. 29 vs. the Anaheim Ducks.

Daily’s Super Tuesdays:
Again this season, the Nashville Predators are making Tuesday nights super courtesy of Daily’s. Fans will be able to purchase a pair of upper level tickets for just $49 or a pair of lower level tickets for $99. Tickets may be purchased at the Bridgestone Arena box office or through Ticketmaster. Daily’s will offer a coupon for $5 off any Daily’s purchase, including gas. The first Daily’s Super Tuesday is Oct. 25 vs. the San Jose Sharks.

Day of Game Ticket Special:
The Nashville Predators are pleased to continue their Day of Game Ticket Special, which will offer 100 tickets (upper level) for just $10 each on the day of the game. This is the lowest priced ticket the Predators have offered.  These tickets may only be purchased at the Bridgestone Arena box office beginning at 10 a.m. on the day of each specific game. Limit four per customer.

Everyone’s a Winner:
This season the Preds and the Tennessee Lottery are again offering their Everyone’s a Winner promotion where anyone with a non winning Lotto ticket can redeem that ticket at the Bridgestone Arena box office for $5 off any ticket for any game.

This season also features several in-game initiatives and specials to help fans leave Smashville with added benefits. These initiatives include:

·         Wendy’s “Frosty Score with Four” – All in fans in attendance at a game where the Preds score four goals or more can take their ticket to a participating Wendy’s for a free Frosty
·         Daily’s “We Win You Win” – With a Preds win, all fans in attendance receive a voucher for a free Xyience energy drink
·         Goo Goo Clusters “Goo Goo Goal” – New to Smashville this year, if the Preds score a goal in the final minute of the second period, all fans in attendance will get a coupon for a free Goo Goo Cluster
·         Throughout the season, the Predators will also hold in-game contests such as the Tennessee Lottery Cat Scratch Fever and Hunt Brothers Pizza Lucky Row, where specific seats, rows or sections will have the chance to win prizes.

Fans can also take advantage of a pregame tailgate party at Cadillac Ranch (305 Broadway) before every Nashville Predators home game. Now through the end of the season, ticketholders can head down to 305 Broadway to enjoy $2 domestics and half-price appetizers. Additionally, anyone with a ticket to that evening’s game will also have the opportunity to purchase half-price appetizers.

Season ticketholders continue to receive the biggest savings, reserved seating and most comprehensive benefits of all fans. Season tickets for the 2011-12 Nashville Predators season in Smashville are on sale now and start at just $19 per game. Great interest-free payment plans are currently available for Full Season, Half Season and Flex 12 packages. For information on all our season ticket packages, visit nashvillepredators.com/seasonticket or contact a ticket representative at 615-770-7800. Single game tickets through Jan. 7 are on sale now. The second half of the season will go on sale later this fall.

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