Because baseball games are no longer used to settle land disputes and damages from horse collisions, they’ve become the battleground for deciding which U.S. city will be the first to move to the moon. Catch a nation-changing showdown with this GrouponLive deal to see a Washington Nationals game at Nationals Park.
- One ticket to a Washington Nationals game with options for food and merchandise
- Where: Nationals Park
- Gate time: Centerfield gates open up 2.5 hours prior to game time; all other gates open up 90 minutes prior to game time
- Click here to view the seating chart.
- $10 for upper infield gallery seating (a $20 value)
- $20 for one ticket for outfield reserved seating, including $6 in credit for food and merchandise (a $32 total value)
- $30 for left- or right-field corner seating, including $10 in credit for food and merchandise (a $55 total value)
Choose from the following games:
- Against the Milwaukee Brewers on Monday, July 1, at 7:05 p.m.
- Against the Milwaukee Brewers on Tuesday, July 2, at 7:05 p.m.
- Against the San Diego Padres on Friday, July 5, at 7:05 p.m.
- Against the Pittsburgh Pirates on Wednesday, July 24, at 7:05 p.m.
- Against the New York Mets on Friday, July 26 at 1:35 p.m.
All food and merchandise credit is stored on the ticket barcode and can be used at concession and merchandise stands by having the barcode on the ticket stub scanned. There are no separate vouchers associated with this offer.
When you click "Buy," you'll be redirected to Nationals.com to complete your transaction. This offer applies toward the face value of tickets, but you'll still need to pay all Nationals.com fees and taxes in full.
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The Scouting Report
Entertaining fans with world-class baseballing since moving to Washington, DC, in 2005, the Nationals have captivated fans with mesmerizing catches and powerful bat swings that shatter balls and piñatas into thousands of candy-coated particulates. In 2012, the Nationals broke through in a big way. They captured their first NL East title since moving to Washington by winning 98 games—the most in all of baseball last year and the most in franchise history. This season, the Nats' pitching staff has picked up right where it left off in 2012, as it has once again compiled one of baseball's lowest ERAs.
In 2005, the Montreal Expos became the Canadian Expats, pledging a new allegiance and taking on a new identity as the first big-league club to inhabit America's capital since the Senators moved to Texas in 1971. In 2008, the team christened its new stadium, Nationals Park, which today welcomes up to 41,418 fans, its 4,500-square-foot HD scoreboard almost distracting from the panoramic views of the Potomac riverfront, the Capitol dome, and the Washington Monument. Accredited as a Leadership in Energy and Environment Design stadium, Nationals Park also sits 24 feet below street level, making its main concourse even with city sidewalks and saving many fans the danger of riding frozen, thin-aired escalators just to reach their seats.