Nats announce Kids Eat Free at home games

Ben Krimmel
July 19, 2019 - 11:35 am
Washington Nationals announce Kids Eat Free program.

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From now through the rest of the season: Kids Eat Free.

In an MLB first, the Washington Nationals announced Friday a new program for kids 12 years old and younger to eat free at every summer home game. The program begins July 22 and will end on Labor Day, Sept. 2.

To join, parents must use their Red Carpet Rewards account and sign-up their child for the Jr. Nats Kids Club to be eligible for the Jr. Nats Kids Meal.

The kids meal includes a hot dog, a choice of chips or applesauce, and a soda or bottled water for free. (For kids who don't eat hot dogs they can receive a voucher for a veggie dog.)

Great way to get kids (and families) out at the ballpark.

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