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How to Buy Washington Nationals Playoff Tickets

They go on sale Friday.

Fans lined up to buy tickets for the last games of the regular season, which ends October 3. Photograph by Carol Ross Joynt.

The Washington Nationals are this close to clinching a wild-card spot in the National League Division playoffs. They hope, with only 11 more wins, to clinch the NL East title and, with good mojo, the pennant and a spot in the World Series. Either way, they are gearing up for postseason games. Here’s what you need to know to get tickets.

  • Wild-card and division series tickets go on sale Friday at 10 AM.
  • They will be for sale only online and over the phone at 888-632-6287. Playoff tickets cannot be purchased in advance at the box office.
  • The limit will be four tickets per online or phone order for each game.
  • At the box office on the day of each postseason game, a limited number of standing-room-only tickets will be for sale.
  • If you buy a 2013 full-season ticket plan before Friday, you will get priority in buying playoff tickets before they go on sale to the public.
  • Postseason prices, according to the Nats, will be only “moderately” higher than regular-season tickets.

So far, according to the Nats, more than 22,000 postseason tickets have been sold to season ticket holders.

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