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Tickets are now on sale for potential Rays American League Championship Series

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The ALCS begins in four days. In case the Rays are in, you can get your tickets now.

Tampa Bay Rays Vs. Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park in ALDS Photo by Stan Grossfeld/The Boston Globe via Getty Images

The Tampa Bay Rays have announced that tickets go on sale today for the potential American League Championship Series, scheduled to start on Friday, October 15.

With the best regular season record in the American League, the Rays would host Game 1 and Game 2 (Saturday, October 16), and Games 6 and 7 (Friday, October 22 and Saturday, October 23), if necessary.

Season Members and Rays Insiders subscribed to email newsletters were offered the opportunity to purchase tickets early. As of 7 p.m. tonight, remaining tickets are available at RaysBaseball.com and on the MLB Ballpark app.

(A limited number of tickets remain available for the potential American League Division Series Game 5, scheduled for this Wednesday, October 13, if necessary.)

Fans who sign up for the Rays Insider email newsletter can receive access to presales for tickets to later rounds of the 2021 Postseason. Visit RaysBaseball.com/Postseason to become a Rays Insider.

All tickets for the 2021 Postseason are mobile-only. Paper tickets, print-at-home tickets and screenshots of tickets are not available or accepted. Security protocols, including the prohibition of backpacks and large purses, remain in place for all Postseason games. Visit RaysBaseball.com/Postseason for more information.

Per Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines, masks are optional at Tropicana Field for guests fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Fans age 2 and older who are not fully vaccinated are required to wear a mask at all times.