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Ticket & Attendance Watch
Written by Maury Brown   
Friday, 24 September 2010 07:36

Washington NationalsThe Washington Nationals yesterday announced season ticket prices for the 2011 season at Nationals Park. According to the club, in an effort to continue to offer affordable entertainment, the team will lower or maintain the same price structure from 2010 for all regular season tickets while decreasing the cost of tickets in the premium seating areas. The Nationals have also added value to seats in the Home Plate Box section, the PNC Diamond Club and the Lexus Presidents Club by making all three areas all-inclusive with complimentary food, beer, wine and soda.

 

SEASON TICKET BENEFITS

LEXUS PRESIDENTS CLUB

PNC DIAMOND CLUB

HOME PLATE BOX

REGULAR SEASON TICKET PLANS

Lower prices

*

*

*

Complimentary food, beer and wine

*

*

*

Red Carpet Rewards

*

*

*

*

Complimentary MVP parking

*

*

*

 

Grand Slam EZ Payment Plan

*

*

NEW! Team store discount

*

*

*

*

 

“These new enhancements make the best seats at Nationals Park an even better value at a lower cost,” Nationals Chief Operating Officer Andrew Feffer said. “We’ve also lowered or frozen prices for all regular season tickets to ensure that a day at the ballpark continues to be a reasonably priced, enjoyable experience for all of our fans.”

In addition, the new “Buy 2 Get 2” season ticket offer is still available for 2011, giving Nationals fans who place a deposit on two new 2011 season tickets in select seating areas two additional 2011 season tickets free. The “Buy 2 Get 2” offer is limited to select seating categories, but fans can also place a deposit on new 2011 season tickets in any section of the ballpark. As a bonus, fans will “Finish in Style” by receiving free tickets to all remaining home games this season.

 

2011 NATIONALS SEASON TICKET PRICES

SEAT LOCATION

FULL (81)

HALF (41)

PARTIAL (21)

Field Level

 

 

Lexus Presidents Seats*

$250

N/A

N/A

Home Plate Box

$150

N/A

N/A

PNC Diamond Seats*

$135

$160

$165

Home Plate Reserved

$65

N/A

N/A

Home/Visitor Dugout Box

$60

N/A

N/A

Home/Visitor Infield Box

$50

N/A

N/A

LF/RF Baseline Box

$45

N/A

N/A

LF/RF Baseline Reserved

$40

$42

$44

LF/RF Corner

$30

$32

$34

Outfield Reserved

$20

$21

$22

Center Field Reserved

$30

$32

$34

Center Field Lounge**

$50

$52

$54

Club Level

 

 

 

Infield Club

$55

N/A

N/A

1st and 3rd Base Club

$45

$50

N/A

Mezzanine Level

 

 

 

LF/RF Mezzanine

$25

$27

$29

Scoreboard Pavilion

$18

$19

$20

Terrace Level

 

 

 

Lower Right Field Terrace

$15

$15

$15

Upper Right Field Terrace

$10

$10

$10

Gallery Level

Infield Gallery

$20

$21

$22

Outfield Gallery

$15

$16

$17

Upper Gallery Level

 

 

 

Upper Infield Gallery

$15

$16

$17

Upper Outfield Gallery

$10

$10

$10

*Three year season ticket price for new season ticket purchases. Lower pricing options available for renewing season ticket holders.

**Center Field Lounge tickets include $20 in added value per ticket, which can be used to purchase merchandise, food or beverage.

Source: Washington Nationals


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