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Offline JCA-CrystalCity

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Anyone want to go in on a WNFF suite? I'm accumulating points but there is never anything available that I want.

Wish they let us StubHub RCR seats, that was when the program was really a great deal.
what's a suite go for?  How many people, how many points?

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what's a suite go for?  How many people, how many points?

They don't list the number of points, just a contact email. I believe that the suites hold 25-30 people. If it comes with food and drinks I'd expect it to be the same price per person as the diamond club. So maybe 75,000 pts?

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what's a suite go for?  How many people, how many points?

According to http://washington.nationals.mlb.com/was/ticketing/rewards.jsp the Jefferson and Party suites go for 14,000 for a weekend game or 17,500 for a weekday game.  Seems a little odd that they are less expensive on the weekend, but I guess that's because they are mostly filled by corporations during the work week.

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According to http://washington.nationals.mlb.com/was/ticketing/rewards.jsp the Jefferson and Party suites go for 14,000 for a weekend game or 17,500 for a weekday game.  Seems a little odd that they are less expensive on the weekend, but I guess that's because they are mostly filled by corporations during the work week.

Well I can cover half of a weekend game. Let's start talking dates.

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Washington suite for the Giants game on Saturday, August 12. I got 5,000 on it and I'd only need four of the passes. Anyone else?


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Redeeming Points for Game Rewards
Participants may redeem Points for the following Game Rewards by logging on to nationals.com/access.
Section
Weekday (Mon-Thurs)
Weekend (Fri-Sun)
Suites
Washington
24,000 per suite
20,000 per suite
Party
17,500 per suite
14,000 per suite
Jefferson
17,500 per suite
14,000 per suite

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The suites do not come with food or drink. Jefferson Suites hold 15-19 people depending on the suite, and Party Suites hold 24, if my math is right. The catering prices are about what you'd expect for catering but there are a few decent "bottomless" options that can be a good value if you usually buy a lot of food at the ballpark. The can beer prices are actually very slightly less expensive than the same can at normal concessions but you buy in 6-packs.

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I believe that the Washington suites are on the larger side. So assuming that they hold 20 people it's only 1,000 points per person, a third of the cost of the Diamond Club, but without the food and drinks. Is catering required or can we bring in our own food like with regular tickets?

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You can bring in your own, either the normal quantities they let you bring from home or whatever you buy at the concessions.

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The code Geico worked for 40 points

The code Kalorama worked for 20 points.

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Washington suite for the Giants game on Saturday, August 12. I got 5,000 on it and I'd only need four of the passes. Anyone else?

Anyone for the Giants game? Could be a fun one.

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Anyone for the Giants game? Could be a fun one.
I've already got 6 tickets for that one in the NS club.  I could trade 4 and maybe swap 2 in my ticket group.  I have about 1500 points.

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The code Kalorama worked for 20 points.

The codes Shaw and LeDroit work for 20 points each

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The code Chinatown worked for 20 points.

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Burleith is an active code 6/3

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The code Chinatown worked for 20 points.

The code Georgetown worked for 20 points.

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The code Glover worked for 20 points

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The code Glover worked for 20 points
does the word "oops" get you any points?

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To be fair, I think it refers to Glover Park.

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How may of you also have a 2017 Single Game Buyer Account on your ACCESS dashboard?

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I believe that the Washington suites are on the larger side. So assuming that they hold 20 people it's only 1,000 points per person, a third of the cost of the Diamond Club, but without the food and drinks. Is catering required or can we bring in our own food like with regular tickets?

I could probably do 1,000

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How may of you also have a 2017 Single Game Buyer Account on your ACCESS dashboard?

I do.

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I put in FUNKYTOWN and got this:


Offline lylelgreen

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The code Glover worked for 20 points
The code Potomac worked for 20 points

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I do.

It's pretty sweet...effectively double points...

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It's pretty sweet...effectively double points...

Good find, thanks!