Nats release half-price coupon code for upcoming series

The Washington Nationals have once again released a coupon code “for Teddy’s friends”: Order at Nationals.com using Coupon Code “TEDDY” (all caps) and get half-price tickets in select seating sections for the 4-game series vs. the Rockies starting tonight at Nationals Park .

The coupon is valid for online orders only, and gets you half price in the outfield corners ($17), the outfield mezzanine ($14), or the upper infield gallery ($8).

As always, for the ultimate bargain, 400 Grandstand-level seats (Section 401/402) are available for $5.00 each at the gate before the game. No coupon required.

Nats release coupon code for Brewers series

The Washington Nationals have released their coupon code “for Teddy’s friends” for the upcoming series vs. the Milwaukee Brewers: Order at Nationals.com using Coupon Code “TEDDY” and get 35% off tickets in select seating sections on April 16th or 17th.

The coupon is valid for online orders only, and gets you discounts for tickets in the outfield corners ($23), the outfield mezzanine ($20), or the upper infield gallery ($12).

Nationals release half-price coupon for Teddy fans for Thursday’s game vs. Phillies

The Washington Nationals have released a coupon code “for Teddy’s friends”: Order at Nationals.com using Coupon Code “TEDDY” and get half-price tickets in select seating sections for Thursday afternoon’s game as the Nats go for their first victory of the season vs. the Philadelphia Phillies.

The coupon is valid for online orders only, and gets you tickets for half price in the outfield corners ($18), the outfield mezzanine ($15), or the upper infield gallery ($9).

Thursday’s 4:35pm contest is the first of many this year that were scheduled on weekday afternoons in response to demand from fans.

Natsfest and Spring Training “Pre Sale” tickets available now

The Nationals are making 2010 Spring Training single game tickets available this morning at 10:00am for Nats Insiders HERE. The Presale runs today, Wednesday, January 20 at 10:00 a.m. through Friday, January 22 at 11:59 p.m. Use the passcode SPRING to purchase tickets. Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Saturday, January 23 at 10:00 a.m.

2010 NatsFest tickets also go on sale to the general public this morning HERE. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for kids. Season ticket holders can claim a limited number of tickets for free.

Nationals offer half-price coupon code to Teddy fans to kick off “Screech Week”

The Washington Nationals have once again released a coupon code “for Teddy’s friends”: Order online at Nationals.com using Coupon Code “TEDDY” and get half-price tickets in select seating sections for the series starting Tuesday night vs. the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Washington Nationals T-Shirt TuesdayThe coupon code is valid only for online orders and may be used to get outfield box seats, outfield corner, or mezzanine seats for $15.00 to $18.00 each.

This homestand is your last chance to cheer on the Nationals — and Teddy — in 2009, while getting a glimpse of young September call-ups including hot infielder Ian Desmond.

Tuesday night kicks off “Screech Week” with T-Shirt Tuesday, and a free Screech t-shirt for the first 10,000 fans.

The Screech theme continues with a new promotion on Sunday, September 27. The first 5,000 kids age 12 and under entering Nationals Park will receive a Build-a-Bear Workshop Screech doll — possibly the highest-value promotional item we’ve seen given away at the ball park.

Note also that $5.00 walk-up grandstand tickets have been readily available before the game for the recent series’ vs. the Marlins and Phillies. Grandstand tickets are available before the game at the Nationals ticket windows outside the Center Field Gate.

Nationals.com coupon codes for Teddy fans to say farewell to Nick Johnson

Washington Nationals ticket coupon code for Teddy fansThe Washington Nationals have once again released a coupon code “for Teddy’s friends”, good for next week’s home series vs. the Florida Marlins.

It will be the Marlins first trip to Nationals Park with their new first baseman Nick Johnson, who was traded by the Nationals at today’s trading deadline. Expect the Nationals Park crowd to use the ocassion to wish this “original Nat” a fond farewell.

Order online at Nationals.com using Coupon Code “TEDDY” and get half-price tickets in select outfield box seats, outfield corner, or mezzanine seats for $15.00 to $18.00 each. The coupon code is valid only for online orders only.

Time for a fresh start. Let Teddy Win!

The dismissal of Manny Acta has kept Nationals bloggers busy during this All Star break, but with no presidential activity at Nationals Park all week, we’ve kept it quiet here. I try to keep LetTeddyWin about the ball park experience, saving opinions about team moves for Twitter and Facebook.

But with all the talk in NatsTown about a “fresh start” this week, it seemed appropriate to consider whether the same might be possible for Teddy Roosevelt.

At the season’s midpoint, Teddy’s streak of losses is approaching it’s 3rd anniversary. Teddy’s first loss came in a July, 2006 weekend series against the Chicago Cubs.

The Nationals’ new era starts this weekend with a new manager and the Cubs in town once again. How appropriate would it be to kick things off with a victory for Teddy?

Management is looking for a change — something to fire up the team and the fans. I say Let Teddy Win!

Homestand notes:

The Nats will be wearing red uniforms all weekend, and fans are being encouraged to “get your red on” by filling the stands with red shirts and caps.

The Washington Post is continuing the Twitter experiment it started over July 4th weekend, documenting the fan experience in real time from Nationals Park. Share your thoughts during the game, tagging your tweets with #natswp and your section #.

Finally, there are some deals to be had for the homestand. Through noon Thursday, Professionals in the City has a limited number of $10 tickets in the 200 level for Friday night’s game vs. the Cubs, and Goldstar has discounted outfield seats for Monday night’s game vs. the Mets.

Photo by Flickr user afagen

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