- Ticket packages to a Tampa Bay Lightning game courtesy of Official Fan Package
- Memorabilia: hockey puck signed by team captain Steven Stamkos or Tyler Johnson
- When: Sunday, January 17, at 5 p.m. (Florida Panthers); Tuesday, January 19, at 7:30 p.m. (Edmonton Oilers); Friday, February 12, at 7:30 p.m. (Nashville Predators); Thursday, February 18, at 7:30 p.m. (Winnipeg Jets)
- Seating: upper-level seating includes sections 319–328 and 304–313; upper-mid seating includes sections 301–303, 314–318, 329, and 330; lower-level seating includes sections 118–129 and 103–114
- All options include $20 first-ride credit with Uber for new riders only by 12/31/15, plus an Official Fan Package Sports Discount Package with discounts and incentives to popular sports retailers. Click here for more information.
Ticketing and Memorabilia Options
Prices vary by seating and game chosen.
Signed puck only:
- $49: Tyler Johnson (up to $125 value)
- $125: Steven Stamkos (up to $225 value)
Two tickets plus a signed puck:
- $199–$219: upper-level seating; Steven Stamkos (up to $288.20 value)
- $249–$259: upper-mid seating; Steven Stamkos (up to $316.70 value)
- $299–$329: lower-level seating; Steven Stamkos (up to $374.20 value)
- $149–$169: two upper-level seating; Tyler Johnson (up to $188.20 value)
- $199: upper-mid seating; Tyler Johnson (up to $216.70 value)
- $249–$269: lower-level seating; Tyler Johnson (up to $274.20 value)
Official Fan Package is an independently owned and operated secondary market ticket company not affiliated with the Tampa Bay Lightning or Amalie Arena. Groupons are not redeemable at the Stadium ticket office. You will receive your tickets via email.
The Scouting Report
It’s been an unpredictable season for the Lightning, but there’s one thing the team has been able to count on: every time they enter the third period with a lead, they come away with a win. The Bolts improved to 8–0–0 in such situations in Anaheim on December 2, when some of the team’s youngest players helped lock up a crucial road victory. Second-year forward Jonathan Drouin netted the opening score and provided an assist on the game-winning goal, combining with Vladislav Namestnikov and Nikita Kucherov—all three of whom are 23 or younger—to create a line that befuddled Anaheim’s defenders with superior play and youthful pop-culture references. They’ll look to keep up the clutch finishes against this mix of Eastern and Western Conference opponents.
Groupon is not affiliated with or sponsored by the Tampa Bay Lightning, Amalie Arena, or the NHL. The tickets identified in this Groupon promotion are made available through an independent party.