The Tampa Bay Rays have announced single-game ticket information for home games at Tropicana Field scheduled for July 5–September 26.
With vaccination rates increasing across Florida and continued health and safety protocols in place at Tropicana Field, capacity at the ballpark will increase to approximately 25,000 fans, matching the capacity from the conclusion of the 2019 regular season. Accordingly, socially distant seating pods will no longer be available at the ballpark.
As in 2019, the 300 level will be closed to bring fans closer to the field of play.
For fans that are fully vaccinated, masks are optional at Tropicana Field, per Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines. That means fans two years and older who are not fully vaccinated against COVID-19 are required to wear a face mask at all times while at the ballpark. A full list of health and safety measures can be found online at RaysBaseball.com/HealthandSafety.
If you have not received your vaccination, Tropicana Field is offering an opportunity to receive one-shot and two-shot vaccines today through thursday, offering fans two free tickets for those who attend the vaccination drive.
Season Members will have access, based upon their tenure and membership level, to purchase tickets through an exclusive online presale. Details will be shared by email. Fans who purchase or renew a Season Membership by Friday, June 18 will have access to an exclusive presale for remaining regular season home games.
Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Friday, June 25 at 10 a.m. Tickets for games played through June 27 are on sale now. Tickets are available exclusively through the MLB Ballpark app or online at RaysBaseball.com.
Fans are also encouraged to purchase parking in advance on the MLB Ballpark app to further reduce contact with staff. As an incentive, prepaid parking is available at a discount this season. For more information, visit RaysBaseball.com/Parking.