The Washington Times - January 21, 2009, 10:45AM

The Nationals today announced prices for single-game tickets for the 2009 season, with price reductions in most sections.

Individual ticket prices at Nationals Park have been reduced by $10 or more over 4,500 seats, the team said. 3,000 of those seats are in the lower bowl. In all, 14 sections will have lower prices, with some sections nearly 25 percent cheaper than last season. The popular grandstand seats will remain $5 and will again be sold only day of game at the box office.


The team said tickets would go on sale in early March. Tickets to the series against the Red Sox on June 23-25 are available first to season ticket holders only, and then a special online-only sale, the details of which will be announced at a later date.

Here’s how the single-game prices break down for non-premium games and the 18 premium games:

LF/RF Baseline Box: $52/$55, down from $58/$63

LF/RF Baseline Reserved: $46/$50, down from $54/$58.

LF Box: $30/$33, down from $36/$39

LF/RF Reserved: $24/$26, down from $36/$39

Centerfield Reserved: $36/$39, down from $47/$50

Centerfield Lounge: $56/$59 down from $67/$70.

LF/RF Mezzanine: $30/$33 down from $33/$38

Scoreboard Pavilion: $22/$24 down from $33/$38

Lexus President Seats: $325/$335, unchanged.

PNC Diamond Seats: $170/$175, unchanged.

Home/Visitor Dugout Box: $75/$80, unchanged

Home/Visitor Infield Box: $63/$68, unchanged

Infield Club: $65/$70, unchanged

1st and 3rd Base Club: $55/$60, unchanged

LF/RF Corner: $36/$39, unchanged

Red Loft: $35/$39, unchanged

Lower Rightfield Terrace: $18/$20, unchanged

Upper Rightfield Terrace: $10/$10, unchanged

Infield Gallery: $24/$26, unchanged

Outfield Gallery: $18,$20, unchanged

Upper Infield Gallery: $18/20, unchanged

Upper Outfield Gallery: $10/$10, unchanged

Grandstand: $5/$5, unchanged.

- Tim Lemke