Washington Nationals Infield Boxes

Washington Nationals Infield Boxes occupy the back half of sections between home plate and the corner bases. The Nationals Park seating chart shows the Nationals infield box seats behind the Nationals dugout box seats on the ground level of the ballpark.

Washington Nationals infield box seats occupy half of 10 total sections with 5 sections on each side of the infield. Nationals infield box seats on the third base side are in the back half of all sections 114 to 118. Nationals infield box seats on the first base side are in the back half of all sections 127 to 131. Nationals infield box seats and Nationals dugout box seats were formerly considered one section, but the team subdivided the seating areas to better reflect the premium placed on sitting closer to the field. Nationals infield box seats are several dozen rows higher than even the worst Nationals dugout box seats and given a relatively small price differential, most fans will prefer paying slightly more to sit much closer to the game.

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 infield box tickets are priced 20 percent cheaper than the Nationals dugout box tickets when purchased directly from the team. The price difference is more extreme when precise seating locations are purchased through secondary market ticket websites or ticket brokers. The back rows of Nationals infield box seats often sell for half of game-day face price on the secondary market while most ticket websites sell the first rows of Nationals dugout box seats for nearly double game-day face price. Fans looking for a cheap way into Nationals Park should consider more affordable seating sections further from the field and fans looking for a great view of the game should spend slightly more to buy Nationals dugout box tickets close to the action.

Washington Nationals Infield Boxes

Washington Nationals Infield Boxes
View from the Washington Nationals Infield Boxes at Nationals Park
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