NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — With the coronavirus crisis halting all sports events, it's hard to know when Preds fans will be able to gather in Bridgestone Arena again. Until that time comes, the Preds want season ticket holders to have options.
Initially, the final payment of the 2019-20 season was paused for season ticket holders and officials identified potential account credits from games that were postponed.
The organization also committed to a zero-percent increase for next season for multi-year full Season-Ticket holders and said it would continue to create flexibility fans.
Full Season-Ticket holders:
For those who have already renewed, the following choices will be available in the weeks to come:
- Keep the lowest monthly payment possible for the 2020-21 season and start your 12-month payment plan as scheduled on May 1.
- Delay the start of their 2020-21 payment plan until June 1 and move to an 11-month payment plan.
Half Season-Ticket holders:
- First payments delayed until June 1, and the season-ticket-renewal deadline has been extended indefinitely for those who have not yet renewed.
For ticket holders who have been more significantly impacted by the coronavirus crisis, Preds officials say they understand and will work individually with those accounts to create the best options possible.
The NHL season is currently paused, but in the event all 2019-20 and/or 2020 Stanley Cup Playoff games are canceled, any funds that were paid toward postponed games may be credited toward their 2020-21 Season Tickets, or a refund can be requested.
More information will be available in an email that will be sent to all Season-Ticket Citizens on Wednesday. Questions about these options, or anything else pertaining to your account can be sent to Predators@NashvillePredators.com, call (615) 770-2355 or visit the FAQ page on our website for up-to-date information.