Revenue / 10.24.19
Want to Buy a Ticket to a World Series Game in D.C.? Good Luck.
Washingtonian (10/19) Dalphonse, Sherri
Tickets for World Series games in Washington, D.C., may be hard to come by, because there is no general public sale of tickets except for presales. A Washington Nationals spokesperson said seats for the three D.C. World Series games are "extremely limited," although more may be made available. Season-ticket subscribers were able to reserve seats early — first through an opportunity to purchase tickets for every postseason game that might be played in D.C., and more recently in a presale when they could buy extra seats. This left some unable to get two seats together, although single seats and standing room were available. Fans who bought seats to the National League Championship Series against the Cardinals were given an opportunity to participate in a presale of "a limited number of tickets" on Oct. 18, while those who missed this could register for a lottery for a limited number of tickets later the same day. Purchasing season tickets for the 2020 season also could be a sensible move for fans. TicketIQ estimated that the "secondary market get-in price" for Nationals tickets is about $800.
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