Editor's Note: An earlier version of this story stated anyone could purchase tickets on Tuesday. This was incorrect. Only pre-registered Nationals Insiders can buy tickets on Tuesday.
WASHINGTON - The Washington Nationals have some work to do to get there, but tickets for the National League Championship Series games at Nats Park go on sale -- for some fans -- Tuesday at 10 a.m.
Tickets are available online and only for fans who signed up earlier to become Nationals Insiders.
You can purchase up to two tickets for each of the four possible home games, as well as parking for each game you attend.
One important thing: You'll need to enter a password that Insider's were emailed.
Ticket prices range from $70 to $450.
The home game dates for the NLCS:
Sun. Oct. 14
Mon. Oct. 15
Sun. Oct. 21
Mon. Oct. 22
In the event a game isn't necessary and not played, purchases will be automatically refunded to the card on which it was purchased, according to an email from the Nationals.
Contacted by WTOP, the Nationals say tickets will go on sale to the general public Wednesday.
To get to the NLCS, the Nats still have to get past the St. Louis Cardinals in the Divisional Series. The Nats and Cards are tied at one game apiece in the best-of- five series.
A limited number of Standing Room Only tickets will be available for tomorrow's game at Nats Park, as well as games scheduled for Thursday and Friday.
The Box Office opens at Nats Park at 9 a.m. Wednesday.
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