Nationals Expand Ticket Options, Open Loyalty Program To All Fans
The Nationals this season will offer fans "expanded ticket options, a revamped loyalty program and mobile vendors accepting credit cards," according to Scott Allen of the WASHINGTON POST. The Nationals are "expanding the NatsPass program" for '19. In addition to the traditional NatsPass, which will be "available starting in April and includes a standing room only ticket to every home game for $65 per month, the team will also offer NatsPass Silver and NatsPass Gold throughout the season." NatsPass Silver costs $85 per month and "includes a seat to every game for which there are seats available and standing room only tickets for sold-out games." NatsPass Gold costs $125 per month and "comes with a guaranteed seat to every game, including the option to upgrade to field-level seats for at least three games." NatsPass is "available exclusively through the Ballpark App, which has several new features this year, including a virtual assistant named Teddy." Nats Plus season-ticket holders will be "able to access and manage their eCASH account from within the app, which can still be used to purchase tickets, share tickets with friends and upgrade seats." Additionally, Red Carpet Rewards, the Nationals' loyalty program, is "now open to all fans" after previously being exclusive to season-ticket holders (WASHINGTON POST, 3/24).