These Western Conference, Central Division foes will play five times this season, three times at Chicago's United Arena and twice at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena. Below is a look at ticket availability for all five games.
What Are Dates + How Much Are Tickets for Blackhawks vs. Predators at Bridgestone Arena
Tuesday, October 29 at 7 p.m.
The cheapest seats for this game start at $54 in multiple 300 Sections at Bridgestone Arena and are available on the primary market via partner Ticketmaster. Club Seating on the 200-Level is readily available starting at $72 in multiple sections behind the net and on the corners. The priciest seats still available are in Section 106, Row EE (fifth row) near the penalty box for $199.
On the secondary market, the only Club Level seats remaining are in Section 203 behind the net for $177. Around the rest of the arena, fans can get in for as little as $72 in Upper 305 on the corner, or as much as $395 in Row N of Lower 114 at the penalty circles.
Saturday, November 16 at 7 p.m.
Primary market tickets all over Bridgestone Arena remain for this game, including the cheapest seats in the 300 Sections for $74 or treat-yourself seats in Row FF, Section 106 behind the penalty box for $234. Club-Level seats are still available in many sections on the 200 Level, starting as low as $174.
Tickets remain in less than half the sections on the secondary market, but fans can still score Club-Level seats starting at $234 in Middle 203 behind the net or for $358 in Middle 208 above the penalty circles. The cheapest seats are in Upper 305 for $111 and the priciest are in Lower 115, Row E behind the team benches for $553.
What Are Dates + How Much Are Tickets for Blackhawks vs. Predators at United Center
Thursday, January 9 at 7:30 p.m.
There are primary market tickets available in about half of the sections at United Center for this game, and the cheapest seat is $76 in Section 306 while the cheapest ticket is $32 for standing-room only. The best seats still available are in Section 112 at center ice for $255. Club Seats are sold out on the primary market.
On the secondary market, the cheapest seats for this game start at $89 in Section 302 above the team benches, while seats in the 100 Sections range in price from $240 in Row 6 of Lower 103 on the corner to $362 at center ice in Row 3, Section 112. Standing-room only tickets start at $39. Club Seats, which include in-seat wait service, are available in Section 216, Row 1 for $271.
Friday, February 21 at 7:30 p.m.
Seats are available in the 100 and 300 Sections on the primary market via Ticketmaster for this game, and the cheapest seat is $90 in Section 331, while the cheapest ticket is $36 for standing-room only. Club Seats are sold out for this game, but fans can get close to the action in about a dozen 100-Level seats, including in Sections 102 and 110 on the sidelines near the net for $259.
There are plenty of secondary market seats remaining on the 300 Level, and the cheapest are $90 in Section 312. Standing-room only tickets start at $71. Club Level tickets are available in Sections 213 and 214 starting at $285, and ticket holders get access to lounges and a private concourse. The best seats still available are in Row 3, Section 112 at center ice for $432.
Sunday, March 22 at 6 p.m.
On the primary market, fans can get into this game for as little as $32 for standing-room only tickets or $76 for multiple sections on the 300 Level. 100-Level seats at center ice remain in Section 112 for $255. Club-Level seats are still available in four sections — for $148 behind the net in Sections 207 and 208, for $161 on the corner in Section 213 or for $197 above center ice in Section 217.
On the secondary market, tickets on all levels are available, including seats in 10 Club-Level sections. The cheapest are $248 in Section 227, followed by $259 in Sections 204, 211, 228 and 229. On the 300 Level, the cheapest seat is $89 in Section 326, and the cheapest on the 100 Level is $244 in Lower 103, Row 3 on the corner. Standing-room only tickets start at $39.
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