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Genetically Perfect posted this link on Twitter, it has a mix of 2016, 2017, and 2018 dates so it's probably not meant to be public yet. Can someone grab some screen shots? I'm running around this morning and can't do it now.


http://nationals.brochure-mlb.com/2018/B

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Re: 2017 Playoffs & 2018 Renewal Info
« Reply #1: July 01, 2017, 10:58:41 AM »
The price lock is back! 2018-2020!

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Re: 2017 Playoffs & 2018 Renewal Info
« Reply #2: July 01, 2017, 11:31:20 AM »
My ticket prices in 113 (Baseline Box, $50) and 212 (MVP Clubs Level, $75) have stayed the same. Full season plans in both sections.

It appears that the RCR program will work the same, too. Earning the same number of points and redeeming for the same amount of points.

I will poke around and see what else is noteworthy

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Re: 2017 Playoffs & 2018 Renewal Info
« Reply #3: July 01, 2017, 11:34:28 AM »
My ticket prices in 113 (Baseline Box, $50) and 212 (MVP Clubs Level, $75) have stayed the same. Full season plans in both sections.

It appears that the RCR program will work the same, too. Earning the same number of points and redeeming for the same amount of points.

I will poke around and see what else is noteworthy

It looks like pricing and RCR probably hasn't been updated yet. I got to this page by going to nationals.com/renew, clicking on last years brochure page, and just changing the link from 2017 to 2018. So it's not exactly set in stone, but you can see what they're going for.

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Re: 2017 Playoffs & 2018 Renewal Info
« Reply #4: July 01, 2017, 11:36:08 AM »
I would be careful at looking at the 2017 pricing charts. There's still references in there for 2016 postseason tickets so I don't know how accurate the whole thing is.

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Re: 2017 Playoffs & 2018 Renewal Info
« Reply #5: July 01, 2017, 11:37:18 AM »
It looks like pricing and RCR probably hasn't been updated yet. I got to this page by going to nationals.com/renew, clicking on last years brochure page, and just changing the link from 2017 to 2018. So it's not exactly set in stone, but you can see what they're going for.

Try this link and let me know what you think.
http://nationals.brochure-mlb.com/2018/A

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Re: 2017 Playoffs & 2018 Renewal Info
« Reply #6: July 01, 2017, 11:40:52 AM »
Try this link and let me know what you think.
http://nationals.brochure-mlb.com/2018/A

So that's the Nats Plus page, and hasn't been updated yet it looks like w/ any usable info. Oddly, the B page is the partial but that has a ton of new 2018 info. C and onward are still busted the same as A.

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Re: 2017 Playoffs & 2018 Renewal Info
« Reply #7: July 01, 2017, 11:47:42 AM »
So that's the Nats Plus page, and hasn't been updated yet it looks like w/ any usable info. Oddly, the B page is the partial but that has a ton of new 2018 info. C and onward are still busted the same as A.

The A page has a 2018 pricing drop down menu. You don't think that's been updated?

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Re: 2017 Playoffs & 2018 Renewal Info
« Reply #8: July 01, 2017, 12:00:03 PM »
The A page has a 2018 pricing drop down menu. You don't think that's been updated?

Yup, cuz all the info is still 2017 renewal stuff. 2018 renewal stuff starts with the early bird postseason pricing info. Nat for life and All star game pages on that one are super broken too. You can deff tell that B is the one most updated.

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« Reply #9: July 01, 2017, 12:04:29 PM »
Yup, cuz all the info is still 2017 renewal stuff. 2018 renewal stuff starts with the early bird postseason pricing info. Nat for life and All star game pages on that one are super broken too. You can deff tell that B is the one most updated.

Thanks. I'll just wait until the Nats make an official announcement.

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Re: 2017 Playoffs & 2018 Renewal Info
« Reply #10: July 01, 2017, 12:05:58 PM »
The price lock is back! 2018-2020!

Just for club level and Delta and PNC clubs, correct?

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Re: 2017 Playoffs & 2018 Renewal Info
« Reply #11: July 01, 2017, 12:06:42 PM »
What is Nat for Life?

Edit: Nevermind. i saw it. a lot of these things were asked about in the season plan holder poll that i took last week.

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Re: 2017 Playoffs & 2018 Renewal Info
« Reply #12: July 01, 2017, 12:27:11 PM »
All Star Game Info

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2018 All-Star Game tickets are sold in strips. an All-Star strip includes a ticket to All-Star Sunday (celebrity and futures games), All-Star workout day (homerun derby), and the All-Star game, along with two Fanfest tickets and an All-Star program.

All Full Season Plan holders who renew their 2018 plan by the 9/8 renewal deadline will have first priority to purchase All-Star Game tickets. Full Season plan holders who renew on a one year deal will receive the full All-Star strip and those that renew on the two year deal will receive the strip plus a 2019 price lock (2020 price lock option) as well as a 2018 All-Star game VIP package*

Half Season Plan holders who renew their 2018 plan by the 9/8 renewal deadline will have priority to purchase All-Star Game tickets. Half Season plan holders who renew on a one year deal will receive the full All-Star strip and those that renew on the two year deal will receive the strip plus a 2019 price lock (2020 price lock option) as well as a 2018 All-Star game VIP package**

Partial Season plan holders who renew their 2018 plan by the 9/8 renewal deadline will have priority to purchase All-Star Sunday tickets. Partial Season plan holders who renew on a one year deal will receive the All-Star Sunday tickets and will be entered into a dedicated tenure-based All-Star Game/strip lottery. those that renew on the two year deal will receive everything that the one year deal receives plus a 2019 price lock (2020 price lock option) as well as a 2018 All-Star Game hat and double entries into ASG lottery.

Partial Plan holders that upgrade to a Half Season or Full Season will receive more access. Plan holders upgrading into a Full Season will receive a full strip and plan holders upgrading into a Half Season will receive the opportunity to purchase All Star Sunday and the Home Run Derby. Want even more access? Talk to your service representative about our multi-year commitments!

RENEW BY DECEMBER 15
ALL STAR GAME INVOICES – JANUARY
ALL STAR GAME TICKET DELIVERY – JUNE
ALL STAR GAME - JULY

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Re: 2017 Playoffs & 2018 Renewal Info
« Reply #13: July 01, 2017, 12:30:22 PM »
WHAT IS “NAT FOR LIFE?
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We are excited to announce our most convenient and affordable payment plan yet! “Nat for Life” is a recurring payment plan that allows fans to renew annually without the hassle of an invoice or follow-up. It is a new and simple way to ensure the nationals season plan holders can enjoy their seats and cheer on the nationals without having to navigate the renewal process.

WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES TO BECOMING A “NAT FOR LIFE” IN 2018?
• Longest payment plan – 10 months, no interest
• No need to navigate annual renewal process – no invoices

WHAT ARE THE PAYMENT DETAILS?
• 10 month payment plan (sept –june)
• Payment will be automatically charged on the 15th of each month
• Season plan holders not wishing to enroll in the payment plan have the option of paying in full for their season plan.

HOW DOES THE “NAT FOR LIFE” RENEWAL PROCESS WORK?
• It’s simple! you can pay in full for your 2018 membership or elect the 10 month payment plan by providing us with a credit card.
• Next season and each year after, you will agree to a 10-month recurring payment plan.
• If you do not opt out during the membership payment notification period in july, your account will be automatically renewed for the following season.

IF I OPT-OUT DO I LOSE MY SEATS FOR THE POSTSEASON?
• No. We want you here cheering for the nationals! we will provide you with the access or priority that you are promised as part of your nats plus membership or partial plan. please note that by opting out, your postseason pricing and payment options may be impacted.

NEW – 2-YEAR INCENTIVES
Commit to 2018 & 2019 today and receive a price lock and additional all-star themed benefits like commemorative gear, a keepsake, and a once in a lifetime on-field all-star experience!

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Re: 2017 Playoffs & 2018 Renewal Info
« Reply #14: July 01, 2017, 12:41:25 PM »
Nat for like looks interesting. Basically an interest free loan from the Nats in exchange for locking in renewal in July. I wonder if once you sign up, if you decide you don't want to do Nats for life, can you opt out of that, but still keep your tickets.
I suppose all will be answered when this is officially announced

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« Reply #15: July 01, 2017, 12:46:22 PM »
Nat for like looks interesting. Basically an interest free loan from the Nats in exchange for locking in renewal in July. I wonder if once you sign up, if you decide you don't want to do Nats for life, can you opt out of that, but still keep your tickets.
I suppose all will be answered when this is officially announced

You can opt out and not buy tickets for the next season or pay in full each year. But paying in full does not guarantee all the same prices. The July opt out I assume will come with prices set for the next season, earlier than normal, I can't believe that they'd expect us to pass on the opt out deadline without all of the info available.

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Re: 2017 Playoffs & 2018 Renewal Info
« Reply #16: July 01, 2017, 12:54:37 PM »
I also didn't realize how pricey the postseason tickets were. The strip will cost more than half the cost of my entire plan!

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Re: 2017 Playoffs & 2018 Renewal Info
« Reply #17: July 01, 2017, 01:03:19 PM »
I also didn't realize how pricey the postseason tickets were. The strip will cost more than half the cost of my entire plan!

If you think that strip prices are high check the single game playoff prices, the strips are a bargain.

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« Reply #18: July 01, 2017, 01:04:05 PM »
I also didn't realize how pricey the postseason tickets were. The strip will cost more than half the cost of my entire plan!
Don't worry. You won't be using the whole strip.

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Re: 2017 Playoffs & 2018 Renewal Info
« Reply #19: July 01, 2017, 01:07:21 PM »
Don't worry. You won't be using the whole strip.

Yeah, just roll that into the ASG strips. look for World Series level prices there.

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Re: 2017 Playoffs & 2018 Renewal Info
« Reply #20: July 02, 2017, 08:36:31 AM »
ASG fan fest is at the Convention Center from 7/13-17.

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« Reply #21: July 02, 2017, 09:37:40 AM »
ASG fan fest is at the Convention Center from 7/13-17.
I remember going to the NBA one years ago. At the Convention Center also. Was lots of fun. I assume this will be also. Better than paying World Series prices for what is usually a terrible game.

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Re: 2017 Playoffs & 2018 Renewal Info
« Reply #22: July 07, 2017, 09:19:59 AM »
Starting prices in Miami are $80 for the futures game, $250 for the HR derby, and $280 for the ASG. So about $610 for the strip to sit in the 400 level. Resellers are losing money in Miami. DC is a better market, but that will probably mean higher face values.

I'm planning on taking the fam, but might just get two strips & split cost with a friend.

http://www.miamiherald.com/sports/mlb/miami-marlins/article159854654.html

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Site updated with reference to an on field All Star Experience (and an ASG hat) for Nats for Life plan holders next year. Prices do not appear to have changed and can be be locked in through 2020.

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i might save some money and see Hamilton in NYC instead that week. :)

I'm figuring seats for the ASG in Nats park will easily start north of $300.