A round-up of some Cyber Monday deals involving Nashville attractions this season:
• From 9 a.m. to midnight, TPAC is offering "family four-packs and discounts of up to 50 percent on select remaining shows from its 2012-13 Broadway season, season specials, family shows, and more" along with "a one-day window to purchase tickets for upcoming shows like Catch Me If You Can, Traces, Flashdance, Cathy Rigby is Peter Pan, American Idiot, and Rock of Ages, which will not be on sale again until six to eight weeks before they open." Click here for more information.
• Through midnight tonight, Nashville Ballet offers $12 off on one of the holiday's hottest tickets, the annual Nashville's Nutcracker extravaganza Dec. 9-23. Restrictions may apply. Click here for more information.
• Take advantage of the Nashville Symphony Orchestra's Thanksgiving sale, which closes tonight. Buy a gift card of $100 or more and get a pair of complimentary tickets to a SunTrust Classical Series concert. Our pick from the list of available concerts: the May 30-June 1 performance of Edgar Meyer's new double concerto for double bass and violin, featuring Meyer and Joshua Bell and co-commissioned by the NSO.
• OK, it's not a Cyber Monday exclusive, but it's still a fantastic deal: The Belcourt is selling discounted passes to its "Alfred Hitchcock: Master of Suspense" retrospective, starting Dec. 26. For $39 — that's a dollar a step, folks — you get admission to six films the caliber of Vertigo, Psycho or North by Northwest. For $138, you get admission to all 23 films, at $6 a movie. (The passes are significantly less for Belcourt members.) Click here for more information.
• Come for the lights, stay for ... well, just stay select Sundays through Thursdays at the Gaylord Opryland Resort for rates starting at $119 throughout the hotel's annual Country Christmas festivities. The sale starts at 8 a.m.; click here for more information.
If you know of others, please share in the comments thread below. Check back for updates — and best of luck!