Tickets for Nats Post Season Goes on Sale Mon. Sept. 22nd

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From an email:

“The Washington Nationals announced today that tickets for potential Postseason National League Division Series games at Nationals Park will go on sale to the general public on Monday, September 22 at 10 a.m. A maximum of four tickets for each game may be purchased either online at or by calling 888.632.NATS(6287) on a first come, first served basis. Tickets will be unavailable for purchase at the box office.

In addition, the Nationals Park Box Office will sell a limited number of Standing Room Only tickets the day of each postseason game, subject to availability. Grandstand seating will not be available for purchase day-of-game during the 2014 Postseason. In the event the Nationals qualify, National League Championship Series and World Series single game tickets will go on sale in the coming weeks, based on availability.

Season Plan Holders and NATS PLUS members received information regarding their opportunity to purchase single game Postseason tickets earlier this month. Fans only have a few more days to place a deposit on 2015 full season ticket plans and receive 2014 Postseason ticket purchase priority before tickets go on sale to the general public.

The Nationals could secure a Postseason berth as early as this week, as the team’s magic number to clinch the National League East is four.”

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  • As a season plan holder, I’ve already put a down payment on post season through the World Series. The park was insane in 2012 during the post-season. It reminded me of RFK when the Skins played there.

  • This team has a better shot at going to the World Series than the team from 2012, deeper, pitching is better and the whole “WS or bust” mantra isn’t there.

  • I agree that this team is better than the ’12 Nats; with a deeper line up and better bullpen. And although I think Davey Johnson did a lot for the team, I’m going to say these Nats have a better manager.

  • If you know a season plan holder you can ask them politely to use their pre-sale which will happen on Wed, 9/17. Each SPH can purchase up to 4 tickets for each post-season game through the NLDS (but not at a discount) before the general public gets a crack at seats. if it’s anything like 2012 I would expect them to burn through the remaining available seats very quickly for Games 1/2 of the division series which will very likely be Friday 10/3 and Saturday 10/4

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