An exciting season is about to begin for the Toronto Blue Jays. The team will soon invite fans to their new-and-improved home turf at the Rogers Centre and are introducing cheap new tickets as an added bonus.
Fans who want to be at the centre of the action can get general admission for just $20 all-in, which grants access to all of the new outfield and social spaces at the stadium.
These tickets are also called Outfield District tickets and do not include assigned seats in the ballpark.
Instead, fans can watch the game from one of five distinct neighbourhoods in the Outfield District — Corona Rooftop Patio, Park Social, The Catch Bar, The Stop, and WestJet Flight Deck.
At the Corona Rooftop Patio, fans can enjoy live music, skyline views, frozen cocktails, and classic ballpark bites.
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General admission ticket-holders can also hang out at the Rogers Centre’s new social spaces — Rogers Landing, Schneiders Porch, bleacher seats, left field balcony, right field balcony, and drink rails.
Schneiders Porch will offer an “elevated hot dog experience” with panoramic ballpark views, as well as Loonie Hot Dog nights every Tuesday home game starting on April 25th.
Yes, that means the Blue Jays’ longstanding tradition of tasty hot dogs for $1 will continue!
It’s worth noting that with these tickets, fans cannot occupy ballpark seats, group areas when they’re reserved, or portable folding chairs.
Standing is also not permitted in entryways, aisles, areas of seating sections, or wheelchair/accessible areas.
The Toronto Blue Jays will unveil the newly-renovated ballpark on April 11th, 2023, for the home opener.
The highly-anticipated transformation is sure to be a game-changer for fans, and we can’t wait!
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