Washington Nationals Suites

Nationals Park, Washington, DC

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  • We guarantee you will receive your suite tickets in time for your event. In the extremely rare case that you do not, we will offer you an alternative option if available or we will refund you at least 100% of your total purchase price.
  • If the event is canceled or if fans are no longer permitted, you may choose to receive a full refund or a credit towards a future SEG purchase.
  • If the event date changes, you will receive the suite you purchased for the new date.

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Washington Nationals Suite Prices and Details

How much do Washington Nationals suites cost?

A Washington Nationals suite will cost between $4,500-$8,000 on average. Luxury box pricing varies based on the day of game, the opponent, and the location of the suite in Nationals Park. Washington suites will typically be the most expensive followed by Lincoln and then Jefferson suites.

How many guests can fit in a Nationals suite?

Nationals Park luxury suites will range in size based on the type of suite. Jefferson suites are the smallest and include 15-23 suite tickets. Lincoln suites will hold 16-24 people. Washington suites can hold 23-29 guests and a Nationals Party suite will accommodate a group of 32.

Suite Levels at Nationals Park

Silver Slugger Suite

50 Tickets
12 Parking
Food & Beverage Included

Jefferson Suite

15 Tickets
4 Parking
Catering Available

Washington Suite

23 Tickets
4 Parking
Catering Available

Lincoln Suite

16 Tickets
4 Parking
Catering Available

Party Suite

32 Tickets
4 Parking
Catering Available

Nationals Park Event Planning Guide

Catering

Not all Washington Nationals luxury suites will include in-suite catering. For a National suite that doesn't, guests can pre-order off the suite menu in advance to the game. On average, clients spend about $100 per person on food and alcohol, however, there is no minimum and it is optional.

Parking and Transportation

Nationals suite parking is located in the Geico Garage (formerly Garage B). The entrance is located on N Street SE and can be accessed by either Van Street SE or South Capitol Street SE. The Geico Garage will open 3 hours prior to the start of the game and will close 1 hour after the game is over.

Budget

A Washington Nationals single-game suite rental range between $4,500-$8,000. The pricing varies based on the day of game, the opponent, and the location of the suite. Nationals suites on the Washington Level will typically be the most expensive followed by Lincoln Level Suites and Jefferson Suites.

Dress Code

All Nationals luxury suites are climate-controlled. Attire varies widely among suite guests. If you're attending a business event, it may be more appropriate to dress in business casual or business formal attire. Otherwise, typical ballpark attire like Nationals fan gear is more than fine.

Venue Bag Policy

No bags larger than 16" x 16" x 8" will be allowed into Nationals Park including for those attending the game in a National suite. All bags are subject to inspection. Guests are prohibited from bringing hard containers into the park. Metal, plastic or glass containers of any kind are prohibited.

Entrances

For quickest entry with a National suite ticket, use the Media & Suites entrances located on South Capitol Street across from P Street and the Third Base Gate entrance across from O Street. Immediately after entering, there's an elevator on your right that will take you up to the “Suite Level.”

Child Ticket Policy

Children 2 years of age and under are not required to have a ticket to enter the ballpark. There is no age requirement on any Washington Nationals suite level. Strollers are permitted in all concourse areas, however, strollers that are unable to fold must be checked at a Guest Services location.

Additional Questions?

Please view our Frequently Asked Questions or Contact Us.

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Nationals Spotlight

Current MLB Season

Washington continues its rebuild with youth and new faces in 2024. Shortstop CJ Abrams smacked a career-high 18 homers last year. Catcher Keibert Ruiz impressed too in 2023, posting personal bests in multiple categories. And on the bump, starter Josiah Gray improved to a sub-4.00 ERA for the first time. The Nationals brought in help over the winter in the form of batters Joey Gallo, Nick Senzel, Eddie Rosario, and Jesse Winker. Washington won its most games since 2019 last season and looks to continue that trend this year.

Nationals Park provides fans with the ultimate premium experience. Washington has a plethora of club and box options. The Terra Club, PNC Diamond Club, Gold Glove Club, Club 3, and FIS Champions Club are scattered throughout the stadium and include all-inclusive dining, in-seat service, VIP parking, and exclusive treatment and access.. The K Street and Club... MORE

Past Spotlights

Last year’s trade of Juan Soto brought some short-term pain to Washington Nationals fans, but the team is hoping that the move accelerated a rebuild with a roster full of talented, young players. Veterans Dom Smith, Corey Dickerson, Alex Colome, and Michael Chavis join youngsters Lane Thomas, Joey Meneses, Luis Garcia, Victor Robles, and C.J. Abrams in the lineup. Catcher Kiebert Ruiz, who was acquired in the Max Scherzer and Trea Turner trade in 2021, is also beginning to blossom. Josiah Gray was also picked up in that deal and tops the starting rotation with veterans Patrick Corbin and Trevor Williams. McKenzie Gore was in the Soto trade and also has plenty of upside.

A day in Washington, D.C. isn’t complete without a trip to Nationals Park. The Terra Club and PNC Diamond Club both give groups seats behind home plate with in-seat food and beverage service, along with club access to all-inclusive food, soft drinks, beer, and wine featuring premium chef’s tables. For traditional luxury suites, the Jefferson and Lincoln suites hold between 15-24 fans, Washington and Party Suites are slightly larger, and the Silver Slugger holds 50 fans. All come with all-inclusive food and beverage (including beer and wine), access 90 minutes before first pitch, a climate-controlled lounge plus outdoor seating, a dedicated suite attendant, and a private restroom.

The Nationals, not far away from a World Series title in 2019, are in the midst of a youth movement, led by one of the brightest offensive stars in the game. Juan Soto is under team control until 2024, and agent Scott Boras said that Soto won’t sign an extension unless the Nats show they’re ready to become a contender again, so that will provide the team with plenty of motivation to win. Josh Bell and Alcides Escobar are also solid young pieces, and they’re joined by veteran slugger Nelson Cruz, who will take advantage of the designated hitter being in the National League. Stephen Strasburg remains as the ace of the rotation, joined by veterans Patrick Corbin and Anibal Sanchez along with younger pieces Josiah Gray and Erick Fedde.

A luxury suite at Nationals Park can accommodate anywhere from 15 to 50 guests and comes with all-inclusive food and beverage packages, private restrooms, premium parking passes, and seating both indoors and outdoors. The Terra Club and PNC Diamond Club both give groups seats behind home plate with in-seat food and beverage service, along with club access to all-inclusive food, soft drinks, beer, and wine featuring premium chef’s tables.