Sunday, January 23, 2005

Who's Sellin'?

Want premium tickets to a Nats game? Try Stub Hub or Ebay then. They're sold out.

"This has obviously been a very hot ticket, and the highest-price stuff right near home plate has been the most popular," said Kevin Uhlich, Nationals chief operating officer. "Unfortunately, we weren't able to give everybody their first choices in the diamond boxes [$90 a game] or infield boxes [$40] and had to give some people their second choice. But we have a seating chart, and it's moving forward."

In other news... February 4, looks to be the day for 20- and 40- game plans. Single game tickets will probably be sold in March. Get 'em while they're hot.


  • The way I see it, they haven't necessarily sold all the tickets in those sections -- just reached their ceilings for number of season tickets they'd sell in them.

    By Blogger Yuda, at 1/23/2005 10:21 PM  

  • Is 20 games the smallest package that will be available (other than the 1-game package)?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1/24/2005 12:12 AM  

  • Someone I know with close ties to the ticket office says the Nationals will likely offer a Sunday package (don't know whether that would also include the April 3 exhibition) in addition to the 20- and 40-game plans. Every other MLB franchise I know of offers a Sunday plan, something particularly useful to those living in outlying areas.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1/24/2005 6:56 AM  

  • I'd love a Sunday package, considering I live in Richmond and haven't built up enough seniority in the office just to say "See ya" at 3:30 or 4 pm on a Wednesday afternoon on a regular basis.

    By Blogger Basil, at 1/25/2005 12:38 PM  

  • Seems pretty clear to me!

    Either move. Or find a new job!

    Where are your loyalties, man?

    By Blogger Chris Needham, at 1/25/2005 1:40 PM  

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