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Get Toronto Blue Jays Tickets in the 200 Level + All You Can Eat Privileges for $39 (Select Games)

Toronto Blue Jays $39 Grand Slam Combo
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The Toronto Blue Jays Grand Slam Combo is back for 2013! For $39, you get a 200-level outfield ticket to see a Blue Jays game along with all you can eat hot dogs, nachos, popcorn, peanuts, apples, chips and soft drinks.

This is a popular offer, so we'd suggest booking your tickets online as soon as possible. Eligible game dates are:

  • Thursday, April 14 (vs. Cleveland Indians)
  • Thursday , April 18 (vs. Chicago White Sox)
  • Thursday, May 23 (vs. Baltimore Orioles)
  • Friday, June 7 (vs. Texas Rangers)
  • Thursday, July 4 (vs. Detroit Tigers)
  • Thursday, July 25 (vs. Houston Astros)
  • Thursday, September 12 (vs Los Angeles Angels)
  • Friday, September 27 (vs. Tampa Bay Rays)
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  • AVATAR
    • murtadi007
    • This is an amazing deal. Just remember to pack a tray or something because there is only so much food you can stack with your 2 hands.
      Also pack a tray because some foods can deplete quickly.

      Section 207-208 is probably the best section because of the viewing angle.

      I actually can't wait for this season to start.
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    • VanceMendoza
    • Aren't there generally huge lineups at the food stands though? Or is it not that bad? How long do you usually wait?
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    • nano
    • I rather just bring my own food.
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    • Hayman19
    • Aren't there generally huge lineups at the food stands though? Or is it not that bad? How long do you usually wait?
      I went last year and it is in its own section, everything is well laid out so you dont have to wait at all. You can sit in the (old)windows restaurant too if you want, as that is where the food is.
      It is a pretty good deal, the hot dogs are just those cheap hotdogs but if you like those then its a good deal.
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    • domo325
    • Thanks OP for doing this thread for this year.

      I just bought 2 tickets on section 211 on Friday, June 7th against the Rangers.
      Total cost was $93 CDN. It's pretty far from where the food is but gave that up for great seats!

      PS.. Damn convenience charges and processing fees! lol.
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    • cruisn76
    • Are all the good seats gone?

      Search comes up with the same section, row and seats for most games.

      How u guys getting section 204'?
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    • domo325
    • Are all the good seats gone?

      Search comes up with the same section, row and seats for most games.

      How u guys getting section 204'?
      You want section 204? But how will you be able to see the amazing Jumbotron?
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    • oleered
    • Do you need to print out the Grand Slam Combo tickets? I printed the seat tickets and having problems with the Grand Slam Combo tickets.
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    • Hairball
    • I don't think this is really a great deal, unless you really like hot dogs, popcorn and pop. These tickets are regularly $22, you're basically paying $17 for junk food.

      You can bring outside food into the Rogers Centre.
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    • Shiznacka

    • You can bring outside food into the Rogers Centre.
      I wish the same could be said about the ACC. Last Leafs/Sens game I went to I got padded down before entering...
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    • HI-ROLLA
    • They should have a $50 all you can drink ticket... eating all this junk food will probably make everyone sick after... rather be hungover than stomach sick :P
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    • Mendes
    • Are all the good seats gone?

      Search comes up with the same section, row and seats for most games.

      How u guys getting section 204'?
      204 Tapers off to the restaurant (Sightlines) so there is only 9 seats/row shared with 205 on left when youre facing the field. On the right is only like 3 rows of 12 seats total. Its the smallest section there
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    • Manatus
    • I don't think this is really a great deal, unless you really like hot dogs, popcorn and pop. These tickets are regularly $22, you're basically paying $17 for junk food.

      You can bring outside food into the Rogers Centre.
      Yeah I agree, it's only a good deal if you would usually pay for food at the Skydome concessions. I mean regularly for $17 you could get what, 2 hotdogs and a pop, something like that? Compared to that, sure it's a deal, but personally unless I wanted to go to the game already and was already planning to buy something, it wouldn't make me rush to get a ticket.

      I admit though I'm trying to tell myself it isn't worth it, because if I went I would have to get my money's worth; I could probably eat 2 hotdogs an inning for the whole game if I wanted to, and that would not be very good for me at all.
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    • Hayman19
    • Yeah I agree, it's only a good deal if you would usually pay for food at the Skydome concessions. I mean regularly for $17 you could get what, 2 hotdogs and a pop, something like that? Compared to that, sure it's a deal, but personally unless I wanted to go to the game already and was already planning to buy something, it wouldn't make me rush to get a ticket.

      I admit though I'm trying to tell myself it isn't worth it, because if I went I would have to get my money's worth; I could probably eat 2 hotdogs an inning for the whole game if I wanted to, and that would not be very good for me at all.
      Exactly. If you are going to buy pop and hot dogs at the park then it is a great deal. I went once last year to try it and it was alright, but usually I go eat somewhere either before or after the game so im not sure if I would do it again.
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    • litebrite
    • Aren't there generally huge lineups at the food stands though? Or is it not that bad? How long do you usually wait?
      They use the Windows restaurant area to hand out the food and the lineups last year were LONG. If you got there close to game time and were waiting for your hotdog, you're gonna miss the first couple innings.

      It's so long because they hand one hot dog to each person in line. It backs up so much. Previously they put everything out so ppl could do a free for all, but more recently they were handing them out one by one to avoid hoarding.
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    • rogue
    • They use the Windows restaurant area to hand out the food and the lineups last year were LONG. If you got there close to game time and were waiting for your hotdog, you're gonna miss the first couple innings.

      It's so long because they hand one hot dog to each person in line. It backs up so much. Previously they put everything out so ppl could do a free for all, but more recently they were handing them out one by one to avoid hoarding.
      They are revamping the Windows Restaraunt area....so it may not be used this year for the AYCE games.

      http://www.torontosun.com/2013/03/05...aurant-no-more
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    • archdemon
    • WHeree is the food from?

      thanks, going to go, might as well at this price!
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    • DeViLzzz
    • I would be excited about going this year and was going to keep the sports pack to watch more games but I can't stand that we signed an admitted cheater to the roster. Trade Melky Cabrera to someone so I can enjoy the season. If we win people will just say he covered up his performance enhancing drug/substance use. A fun season ruined by one signing.
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    • Akraz
    • When i am choosing my seats for Grand Slam Combo, they only come up as $27.50 per ticket... RFD says $39... of course i'd love to pay $27.50 but what am i missing here?

      edit: Nevermind.
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    • Rocketo
    • I would be excited about going this year and was going to keep the sports pack to watch more games but I can't stand that we signed an admitted cheater to the roster. Trade Melky Cabrera to someone so I can enjoy the season. If we win people will just say he covered up his performance enhancing drug/substance use. A fun season ruined by one signing.
      he did his time it's over and done with ...jays have had others thru the system who used steroids..some of the biggest stars in the game have been implicated too...Sosa/Arod/Bonds/Big Mac/Clemmons/Canseco the list goes on...just enjoy the season as it should be an exciting one
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    • porsche22
    • I rather just bring my own food.
      You can bring outside food?? i know you can't bring outside alcohol.. but I wouldn't mind bringing in a few burgers from McDs....
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    • onehaehyuk
    • I agree with others, this deal is not that great considering you're paying 17 extra dollars or so for mediocre junk food. I did this last year with the gf and we both felt gross after plus what added to the unpleasantness was the area I sat at had some of the most obnoxious d-bags but that was probably just due to bad luck. What was funny was near the end of the game some people went to the area and started stocking up on hot dogs and peanuts to take home. Quite the sight
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    • Hairball
    • When i am choosing my seats for Grand Slam Combo, they only come up as $27.50 per ticket... RFD says $39... of course i'd love to pay $27.50 but what am i missing here?

      edit: Nevermind.
      I think you gotta add on the all you can eat voucher? Otherwise that's just the regular ticket price.

      You can bring outside food?? i know you can't bring outside alcohol.. but I wouldn't mind bringing in a few burgers from McDs....
      Yes, it's always been allowed, as long as it's not glass/metal containers. I've brought whole meals from McD's, no issues. No outside alcohol of course.
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    • sprung
    • You can bring outside food?? i know you can't bring outside alcohol.. but I wouldn't mind bringing in a few burgers from McDs....
      WHAT CAN I BRING TO THE EVENT
      Can I bring a bag or knapsack?
      Guests are permitted to bring knapsacks and bags smaller than 16 in. X 16 in. X 8 in. into Rogers Centre. Hard-sided coolers and larger bags are not permitted. All bags are subject to inspection.

      Can I bring food to the event?
      ARAMARK, Rogers Centre's concessionaire, has put together menus that appeal to all tastes. Rogers Centre does allow guests to bring food in as long as the items are wrapped, bagged or left inside a container to avoid spillage. Cans, glass bottles, aluminum/steel water bottles or drinks larger than 600 ml are not permitted.

      Can I bring alcohol?

      Guests are not permitted to bring alcohol into Rogers Centre. Alcoholic beverages can be purchased from authorized vendors once inside the facility. Guests found with unauthorized alcohol will have their ticket confiscated and be removed from the facility without compensation.
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    • rinse
    • I would be excited about going this year and was going to keep the sports pack to watch more games but I can't stand that we signed an admitted cheater to the roster. Trade Melky Cabrera to someone so I can enjoy the season. If we win people will just say he covered up his performance enhancing drug/substance use. A fun season ruined by one signing.
      Give me a break morality police.

      There have been Jays in the past that have juiced, but just didn't get caught.

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