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Single-game tickets go on sale this Friday, January 18 at 10 am, exclusively through, and by phone beginning Saturday. Rays ticket specials offered throughout the spring training season include:

  • Salute to Service presented by Suncoast Credit Union: Military, Teachers and First Responders can purchase tickets to five select home games, including spring training Opening Day for $10.
  • Senior Special: Fans 60 years or older can purchase $15 tickets for three select games.
  • Rays Insiders Presale: Fans who sign up for the Rays Insider, the Rays official email newsletter, will have the opportunity to participate in a special online presale on Thursday, January 17. The registration deadline for this presale is Wednesday, January 16 at noon. Fans can visit today to register. Current subscribers need not re-apply.
  • Season Tickets: Spring training season tickets provide access to the best seat locations at the largest discount, and include a Rays spring training season ticket holder T-shirt and visor, invitations to exclusive season ticket holder events, and discounts on merch and parking, beginning at $298 for the 17 games.
  • Mini Packs and Groups: Fans can secure 2019 spring training tickets before single-game tickets go on sale to the general public by purchasing a 3- or 6-game spring training mini pack. These packs offer a discount off single-game prices for most games and start at $44 per pack. Group, Suite and catered Picnic Area opportunities are also available.
  • Exhibition Game at Tropicana Field: On Tuesday, March 26, the Rays will play an exhibition game at Tropicana Field at 12:35 p.m. against the Detroit Tigers. General admission tickets for this game will be available for $15.

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Bloom, Neander, Cash and the Rays will have him in Port Charlotte next month with the minor leaguers, but since it is an all-encompassing facility they can watch him and allow him to pitch and hit in major league exhibitions. “We want the decision on how he proceeds with his career to be a group decision, and Brendan has to be part of that decision,” says Bloom. “There will come a time when he has a pretty good idea of the best course. There’s no reason to make that decision prematurely.”

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