Looking for back-to-back playoff appearances, the Nashville Predators are proving they are a real threat in the Western Conference with their start to the 2015-16 NHL season. Currently the Predators are 8-2-2 with 18 points, which is good for third in the Central division of the Western Conference.
With Nashville’s franchise trending upwards in the past two seasons and a probable playoff appearance lurking, November provides some valuable opportunities to watch quality hockey at an affordable price. With information provided by SeatSmart.com, below are the cheapest secondary market Nashville Predators tickets for the month of November.
11/20/2015 | Columbus Blue Jackets vs. Nashville Predators | Nationwide Arena | Average Price: $71.73 | Get-in Price: $10
11/25/2015 | Buffalo Sabres vs. Nashville Predators | First Niagara Center | Average Price: $76.54 | Get-in Price: $24
11/10/2015 | Nashville Predators vs. Ottawa Senators | Bridgestone Arena | Average Price: $84.10 | Get-in Price: $18
11/17/2015 | Nashville Predators vs. Anaheim Ducks | Bridgestone Arena | Average Price: $98.73 | Get-in Price: $18
11/12/2015 | Nashville Predators vs. Toronto Maple Leafs | Bridgestone Arena | Average Price: $104.35 | Get-in Price: $18
The cheapest Predators tickets in November are on the road against the Columbus Blue Jackets on November 20th with an average ticket price of $71.73 with a get-in price of $10. Another road game follows on November 25th against the Buffalo Sabres with an average price of $76.54 and a get-in price of only $24.
Then the next three games are at home at Bridgestone Arena. For any of the three games, ParkWhiz.com has deals for Bridgestone Arena parking starting from only $5 less than a half-mile away.
The cheapest home game of the month is against the Ottawa Senators on November 10th and is by far and away the best team out of the five games above. Tickets to see the Senators have an average price of $84.10 with a get-in price of $18. Following the game against Ottawa are two very winnable games against the Anaheim Ducks and Toronto Maple Leafs. The Maple Leafs and Ducks are in dead last of their divisions and both contests should be an ample opportunity for the Predators to continue their winning ways.