The Washington Times - December 16, 2009, 03:57PM

The Nationals announced their single-game ticket prices for 2010 today, cutting prices on 3,000 seats while holding all others steady, expanding the number of value dates and introducing lower-cost parking options around Nationals Park.

The new Outfield Reserved section (sections 101 through 107 and 138 through 143) will be $24 a game, and the Lower Right Field Terrace seats (Sections 222 through 236) drop from $20 to $17. The $5 grandstand seats in the left field upper deck will be available again for purchase at the ballpark.


In the 12 value dates (there were five last year), single-game tickets will go at the same price the team offers to partial season-ticket plan holders. They also dropped the number of premium games from 18 to 15.

And Lot HH and Lot W, which were $10 and $15 last season, now offer parking for $5 and $10, respectively.

Obviously, the economy and the team’s performance play into the price cuts, but some of it—at least for now—could be the team still responding to feedback about stadium pricing and trying to get the right mix of options. However you look at it, it’ll be a little bit cheaper to attend a Nats game in 2010.