Discounted Tickets To The Nationals Park Series Next Week For T7LA

Discounted Tickets To The Nationals Park Series Next Week For T7LA

by The 7 Line August 23, 2019 0 Comments

Even though we're bitter rivals, we have a nice working relationship with the Nationals. We've been bringing the crew down for outings the last few years, and next Monday on Labor Day, we'll be cheering on our boys to a hopeful victory. If you missed out on those tickets, that outing is now sold out. 

The Nationals were cool enough to set up a landing page with discounted tickets to the Tuesday and Wednesday games. Respect. This is great if you can't make the Labor Day game, or just wanted to hit an extra, or all three. 

This is not an official outing, but the available seats are all in the same section,  so it should be fun. It's not often a home team does something like this for visitors, and we tip our caps to them. Great gesture. 

September 3

Section 109, Rows GG-UU

Price: $25/ticket ($16 savings off single game rate)

September 4 

Section 108, Rows CC-WW

Price: $25/ticket ($16 savings off single game rate)

TELL YOUR FRIENDS, AND PURCHASE TICKETS HERE WHILE SUPPLIES LAST!




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