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Single-game tickets on sale March 4, with prices

I'll cut-and-paste the release. The prices (sorry it's not a very readable chart) are below, as is the promotions schedule:

The Team Announces its Promotional Schedule for 2008

The Washington Nationals today announced that individual ticket sales for Opening Night on March 30 vs. the Atlanta Braves, and individual tickets sales for the remainder of the regular season begin on Tuesday, March 4 at 9:00 a.m. Individual ticket prices range from $5 - $325. (Five dollar tickets are available on day of game only for purchase at the Box Office). The Washington Nationals will offer premium-priced games for 15 contests during the season and Opening Night. The 15 games include every Saturday game and the April 25-27 series vs. the Chicago Cubs. Buyers may purchase tickets for no more than 19 games; and only 12 tickets per game may be purchased via telephone by calling 888-632-NATS (6287) or by visiting

The Nationals will also offer discounted tickets to special groups throughout the season. For all non-premium, non-holiday games held Monday through Thursday, senior citizens, government employees, active members of the military and college students will receive a $3 discount off any ticket priced at $10 or more, based upon availability. Fans must purchase such tickets on the day of the game they wish to attend at the Nationals Park Box Office with the appropriate ID. Transactions are limited to one (1) ticket per person.

In addition, fans will receive special ticket discounts from Harris Teeter as well as from The Washington Post. These offers will be available at the Nationals Park Box Office on "Harris Teeter Tuesdays" and on "The Washington Post Wednesdays". The Nationals will also have a "Family Fun Pack" offer for all non-premium Sunday home games. The "Family Fun Pack" includes game tickets, hot dogs, drinks and chips at a discounted rate. More information on these special discounts will soon be available on

The Nationals Park Box Office, located at 1500 South Capitol Street, S.E., will NOT be open until March 30th at 10:00 a.m. After March 30th, Nationals Box Office hours will be Monday through Friday, from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. on non-game days. For all day games the Box Office will open at 9:00 a.m. and at 10:00 a.m. for all evening games.

For fans interested in season ticket plans, including full season, 41-game and 20-game packages or group outings of 25 or more, great locations are still available and can be secured by calling a Nationals sales representative at 202-675-NATS (6287) Monday through Friday during the regular business hours of 8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. or by logging on to

Season ticket holders will be notified of their opportunity to purchase tickets for Opening Night and the remainder of the 2008 season prior to March 4. An e-mail notification will be sent this week to all season ticket holders with details regarding these pre-sale opportunities.



Field Seating Level
Presidential Seats: $325* for single game; $335* for premium game
PNC Diamond Seats: $170**; $175**
Home/Visitor Dugout Box: $75; $80
Home/Visitor Infield Box: $63; $68
LF/RF Baseline Box: $58; $63
LF/RF Baseline Reserved: $54; $58
LF/RF Corner: $36; $39
LF/RF Box: $35; $39
LF Bullpen: $35; $39
RF Bullpen: $35; $39
Centerfield Club: $47; $50
Centerfield Lounge: $67***; $70***

Club Level
Infield Club: $65; $70
1st and 3rd Base Club: $55; $60

Mezzanine Level
LF/RF Mezzanine: $33; $38
Batters Eye Box: $35; $39
Scoreboard Pavilion: $27; $29

Terrace Level
Lower Rightfield Terrace: $18; $20
Upper Rightfield Terrace: $10; $10

Upper Concourse
Infield Gallery: $24; $26
Outfield Gallery: $18; $20

Upper Deck
Upper Infield Gallery: $18; $20
Upper Outfield Gallery: $10; $10
Grandstand: $5****; $5****

* Presidential Seat tickets include a parking pass in Nationals Park garage based upon availability, an inclusive gourmet buffet, complimentary in-seat food and beverage service, and access to the President's Club, PNC Diamond Club, and Stars and Stripes Club. To purchase Presidential Seat tickets and for additional information, please call 202-675-NATS (6287).
** Diamond Seat tickets include a parking pass in Nationals Park garage, access to the PNC Diamond Club, a $35 food and beverage credit, in-seat food and beverage service per ticket. To purchase PNC Diamond Club seat tickets and for additional information, please call 202-675-NATS (6287).
*** Centerfield Lounge tickets include a $20 food and beverage credit per ticket
**** Day of game only/walk up sale at Box Office ONLY



Sunday, March 30; Curly W Lanyard; no sponsor; all fans
Thursday, April 10; Schedule Magnet with Curly W Car Magnet; Coca-Cola; 20,000
Saturday, April 12; Car Flag; Geico; 20,000
Wednesday, April 23; Jackie Robinson Day
Tuesday, April 29; T-Shirt Tuesday;; 10,000
Thursday, May 1; Dmitri Young Bobblehead; PNC Bank; 15,000
Saturday, May 3; Salute to the Negro League; Homestead Grays vs. Homestead Grays
Sunday, May 11; Mother's Day White Hat with Pink Curly W; Harris Teeter; 20,000
Tuesday, May 20; T-Shirt Tuesday;; 10,000
Tuesday, June 3; T-Shirt Tuesday;; 10,000
Thursday, June 5; Ryan Zimmerman Bobblehead; PNC Bank; 15,000
Tuesday, June 24; T-Shirt Tuesday; 10,000
Tuesday, July 8; T-Shirt Tuesday;; 10,000
Saturday, July 12; Hispanic Heritage Night
Tuesday, July 29; T-Shirt Tuesday ; 10,000
Tuesday, August 12; T-Shirt Tuesday;; 10,000
Tuesday, August 26; T-Shirt Tuesday; 10,000
Sunday, August 31; Kids Run the Show; The Washington Post
Tuesday, Sept 2; T-Shirt Tuesday;; 10,000
Wednesday, Sept 3; Roberto Clemente Day
Tuesday, Sept 16; T-Shirt Tuesday; 10,000
Wednesday, Sept 17; Green Hat with White Curly W; Miller Lite; 20,000 (Half Way to St. Patty's Day fans 21 and older)
Tuesday, Sept 23; T-Shirt Tuesday; 10,000
Thursday, Sept 25; Fan Appreciation Night

Kids run the bases: After select Sunday home games, children ages 4-12 are invited down to the field to run the bases. Please visit the Kids on for additional details.

By Barry Svrluga  |  February 12, 2008; 11:32 AM ET
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