After nearly two full years, the Toronto Blue Jays are coming home and we’ll actually get the chance to see them in person. Thanks to a National Interest Exemption by the federal government, the team is allowed to play MLB games once again at Rogers Centre, beginning with their first game on July 30 vs. Kansas City. Tickets will be in high demand, so we’ll give you the low-down on how to get yours this week.

As you might have guessed, Rogers Centre will be operating with some pretty intense health and safety protocols in place so that you & 15,000 other people can safely enjoy the game. There will be two types of tickets, standard or physically distanced. Basically, seats in the 100L and 200L infield, along with at the TD Clubhouse are considered standard seating, while seats in the 100L and 200L outfield and bases are physically distanced with pods of up to four seats. Additionally, the TD Executive Suites will be open with a limited capacity and a minimum of six tickets.

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If you’re a 2021/2022 Season Ticket Member, you’ll receive ticket information directly from a Blue Jays Service Representative. But if you’re simply looking to buy individual tickets for games from July 30th to August 8th, you’ll want to mark your calendars for later this week.

On Thursday, July 22nd at 10 AM EST, you’ll be able to purchase tickets for games from July 30 – August 8, against Kansas City, Cleveland, and Boston.

For now, these are the only tickets that will be released as tickets for future games will be announced later. This way the latest health and safety protocols can be followed to ensure that we can all keep watching home games. If you’d like to learn more about the Toronto Blue Jays returning home you can click here.