5 Ways to Get Cheap Washington Nationals Tickets

Aug 2, 2018


Toni Matthews

*Use code TBA10MLB for $10 off your purchase of $50 or more*

Worried about spending too much on Washington Nationals tickets? Understandable. You shouldn’t have to blow your summer savings trying to catch a game. Just use these top 5 tips to save money on National tickets this summer.

#1. Head to a Weekday Game

With baseball fans wanting to spend their Saturday at the game, it’s no wonder that ticket prices tend to climb during the weekends. Nationals fans will find saving money will often mean catching them in action during the week. For example, tickets for the Monday, September 3 game against the Cardinals start at just $11. However, minimum prices jump to $21 for the Saturday, September 8 game against the Cubs. In addition to the day of the week, a game’s start time can also affect ticket prices.

#2. Utilize SeatGeek’s Deal Score Feature

When spending their hard-earned money on Washington Nationals tickets, baseball fans want to make sure they’ll be getting their money’s worth. SeatGeek’s Deal Score tool was developed to help rank the value of a ticket based on historical prices for the team and venue, the row location, the expected sightline from the section, and the quality of the other available tickets for the event. By using this feature, you’ll be ensuring you receive the most bang-for-your-buck when buying Nationals tickets.

#3. Don’t Buy Until the Last Minute

Just like with supermarkets marking down soon-to-expire food items, ticket sellers are often eager to offload their unsold tickets as it gets closer to game day. If you don’t mind living on the edge, waiting until right before the big game to land tickets could lead to serious discounts. One thing to remember is this option works best if you aren’t buying tickets for a large group. Fewer tickets remaining might make it hard to let everyone sit together.

#4. Check Out the Away Games

Baseball fans love to see their team in action on their home turf. However, travel games might be the cheaper option. Some of the cheapest games have the Nationals away against Cardinals and Mets. Still, it’s important to consider the team’s opponent; Cubs game tickets are considerably pricier than other home or away options. The money you save traveling for games could add up to great tickets for a big home game at Nationals Park.

#5. Use The SeatGeek Promo Code

Have you utilized all the above tips and now feel ready to buy your Nationals ticket? Don’t click that “buy” button just yet! Currently, SeatGeek is offering a promo code to first-time users for $10 off a purchase of $50 or more. From now until 9/30/18, you can use code TBA10MLB on any MLB ticket and save some money. What more are you waiting for? Just click here (or browse below) to find your Nationals tickets today!

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(Cropped image courtesy of Geoff Livingston via Flickr.)