Mar 3, 2010, 12:17 AM EST
VIERA, Fla. — Single-game tickets went on sale this morning, and unless you were one of the lucky few who called right at the stroke of 10 a.m. (or unless you’re part of a season-ticket plan) you were probably left out in the cold for Opening Day seats.
According to the Nationals, by 10:07 a.m. only single seats to the April 5 game against the Phillies were available. The game isn’t officially sold out yet, but the only way to get tickets now is by purchasing either a season-ticket plan (full, half or partial), a mini-plan (14, 13 or 10 games) or flex plans (five games for the price of four).
It’s possible more single-game tickets for opener will become available if the full allotment of season tickets isn’t sold. But for now, fans who want to purchase only for that game are out of luck.
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