NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- The Nashville Predators' $10 tickets on game day are proving so popular that team officials are changing how those tickets get sold on Saturdays.
Predators President Sean Henry said Thursday they made the switch for the convenience of fans after seeing some camp out overnight. Henry says the switch gives everyone who comes down a chance at the toughest ticket in town.
The team will start Saturday handing out raffle tickets 30 minutes before the box office opens to those 12 and older in line for the 100 $10 tickets to that night's game with the first 25 fans chosen getting the chance to buy up to four tickets each.
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