The Orlando Predators To Refund March Season Ticket sales If They Do Not Make Playoffs

Orlando, Florida [March 12, 2020] – The Tridico Family in conjunction with Nate Starling, owners of the Orlando Predators, announced on March 3 via an interview with Sports Reporter Jon Alba of Spectrum Sports 360 (view here) that if the Orlando Predators fail to make the playoffs, they would provide a full refund to season ticket holders.

This offer was officially confirmed by the team’s social media accounts (@PredatorsNAL) on March 9. The offer is only available for tickets purchased during the month of March.  

This ownership group takes over a storied franchise that attempted a revival last season amidst much controversy and turmoil on and off the field. The team only won two games last season. Former Predators Quarterback and newly-crowned first-year Head Coach Ben Bennett, went on record stating that he will put a great product on the field and restore “The Jungle.”

The Orlando Predators are set to hold an open tryout in the coming weeks with training camp to follow shortly thereafter. The camp features former Marshall Quarterback Rakeem Cato and Wide Receiver Tommy Shuler and will also welcome the talents of players from the former Arena Football League. The Orlando Predators will open the season on the road on April 11 against the Massachusetts Pirates. They will continue on the road until their first home game on May 9 at Amway Center.

Tickets: Starting at $98, lower bowl season tickets for the Orlando Predators 2020 Season are available now. Group tickets are also available by contacting Marybeth at 386.624.3731. For more information about this offer please visit:

About the Orlando Predators: 

The Orlando Predators are a professional Arena Football team based in Orlando, Florida and a member of the National Arena League (NAL).  The team was founded in 1991 as an expansion team of the Arena Football League (AFL). The team advanced to the playoffs 19 consecutive seasons between 1992 and 2011, becoming the Arena Bowl champions in 1998 and 2000 during that span. The team plays their home games at the Amway Center in beautiful downtown Orlando, FL. For more information about the Orlando Predators visit