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Old 06-19-2017, 10:33 AM
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Hey everyone. My Fiancee and I are going to be visiting DC in August, and will be taking in a game at Nationals Park.

Looking to stay in the cheaper seats, does anyone have any recommendations on where to sit to have the most pleasant experience/view?

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I've visited twice and sat in left field and along third base line. Both were good spots. I like the outfield view, though you'll be farthest from watching Coolidge and Lincoln run and won't have a great view of the jumbotron, if memory serves. People call it that anymore? Enjoy the game.
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Right field just above the bullpen is a good spot too. August in D.C. Should be about 100 and humid so if you can get in those shaded seats just under an awning is good. Take the metro as well, parking and driving are brutal.
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Right field just above the bullpen is a good spot too. August in D.C. Should be about 100 and humid so if you can get in those shaded seats just under an awning is good. Take the metro as well, parking and driving are brutal.
We're planning on using the metro to get EVERYWHERE. Our hotel is 2 city blocks from the nearest station.

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Kyle,
I went to a game three years ago. Try stubhub. Got tickets 25 rows behind home plate for $35 each. Noticed outfield tickets were $5. Was a week night game though. Cheapest tickets out of all the ballparks I have visited. Great staff and ushers as well. Very friendly.
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I went to a game three years ago. Try stubhub. Got tickets 25 rows behind home plate for $35 each. Noticed outfield tickets were $5. Was a week night game though. Cheapest tickets out of all the ballparks I have visited. Great staff and ushers as well. Very friendly.
When using StubHub, when is the best time to purchase? Now, or closer to the game (Aug. 25th)?
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