Set Your Clocks: Nats Single Game Seats On Sale at 9am

If you’re not an early bird, you might want to set your alarm clock for tomorrow. Nationals single game tickets (save for Opening Day) go on sale at 9am. If you want to get decent seats, I’d suggest the 300 level, as they’re something on the order of $22-5 instead of the lower levels which start around $54. Outfield seats aren’t cheap, either, at around $35 per game. Get out your wallet and prepare to pay heavy prices if you want to sit in the infield, or heaven help you, behind home plate. The best seats in the house are $325 per, which sound more like floor seats at the Lakers than baseball seats, but it comes with some food vouchers and in-seat ordering, so if you’re super wealthy, please consider that option fully.

No word yet on when Opening Day tickets will go on sale for those who aren’t season ticket holders. Mine arrived today in the mail from Tickets.com, I’ll be out in 108 along the left field fence, so feel free to come by and see us on March 30th when the Nats open up Nationals Park.

1 Comment so far

  1. dcblonde on March 4th, 2008 @ 7:27 am

    I sent an email last week to the Nationals expressing my displeasure in their decision to not sell opening day tickets to the general public. Lo and behold, on Sunday morning, I received an email back from them saying that the email that went out to everyone was an error and opening day would be included in today’s public sale. I’m crossing my fingers that this is true! Perhaps they received lots of hate mail???



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