Washington Nationals Club
The Washington Nationals Club provides good views of the game with access to special amenities at Nationals Park. The Nationals Park seating chart shows the Nationals club seats on the 200 level of the stadium surrounding the field between the bases.
Washington Nationals Club seats are split into three different sub-sections. Nationals third-base club seats are in sections numbered 206, 207, and 207. Nationals infield club seats are located in sections 209 to 218. Nationals first-base club seats are placed in sections 219, 220, and 221. All Nationals club seats are located on the 200 level of Nationals Park and provide access to the Stars & Stripes Club and all club-level concessions and facilities. Every Nationals club ticket allows seat holders to receive in-seat wait service and preferential parking options. Nationals club seats give a clear view of the game and the sight lines from the front rows of the Nationals club section are among the best of any seats near this price level.
Baseball fans should study the Washington Nationals seating chart and read additional information on the various seating locations at Nationals Park: Nationals Lexus Presidents Club, Nationals Home Plate Boxes, Nationals PNC Diamond Club, Nationals Home Plate Reserved, National Dugout Boxes, Nationals Infield Boxes, Nationals Baseline, Nationals Corner, Nationals Outfield Reserved, Nationals Center Field, Nationals Club, Nationals Mezzanine, Nationals Scoreboard Pavilion, Nationals Terrace, Nationals Gallery, and Nationals Upper Gallery.
Washington Nationals club tickets are sold primarily as season ticket packages, but the Washington Nationals team website and Nationals Park sales office do sell individual game tickets for the worst seats in the Nationals club section. Prices directly from the team range from $50 to $75 depending on game and method of purchase. Since season ticket purchasers receive a discount on Nationals club tickets, secondary market ticket websites and ticket brokers often sell Nationals club tickets for under face value for most games. Look to pay less than $40 for many Nationals club tickets for normal weekday games, but in excess of $120 for popular games such as opening day or interleague games against the Yankees.
View from the Washington Nationals Club at Nationals Park