Toronto Blue Jays Toronto Blue Jays Loonie Dog Nights: Get $1.00 Hot Dogs During Select Home Games in 2019 $1 Hot Dogs for Select Game Nights in 2019!

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Stadium food is pricey, so be sure to attend a Toronto Blue Jays game during their new Loonie Dog Nights promotion, because you can enjoy $1.00 hot dogs during six games for the 2019 season!

$1.00 hot dogs are available during the first Tuesday home game every month at concession stands throughout Rogers Centre and we've listed every Loonie Dog Nights matchup, along with links to Ticketmaster to purchase single-game tickets.

Ticket prices will vary depending on the game and there's a limit of four hot dogs per transaction (but no limit on transactions during the game).

Interested in freebies instead? Take a look at our roundup of every Blue Jays free giveaway during the 2019 season!

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    • Not going to down vote this but the Jays are going to need to do a lot more than this to get people into the stadium next year.
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    • Hopefully they're a decent size otherwise you're better off buying them off a street vendor and bringing those into the stadium.
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    • They did this back in the day (though they might have been a Toonie). It’s likely those small steamed dogs. The outside ones are much better, but these small steamed ones have a nostalgic feel/taste to them, so if I’m there I’ll eat them. Most baseball teams have cheap food promos during the week, about time the jays jumped (back) on board.
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    • Wow this is a long ways away from the $100 a ticket I paid to get into the place during the end of the regular season in 2015.

      Pros - hella cheap stuff
      Cons - hella shitty team

      Probably rather take the good team over the cheap stuff. Maybe in a few years...
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    • Downvoted for wasting time.
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    • nasa25 wrote:
      Nov 29th, 2018 12:07 pm
      Wow this is a long ways away from the $100 a ticket I paid to get into the place during the end of the regular season in 2015.

      Pros - hella cheap stuff
      Cons - hella shitty team

      Probably rather take the good team over the cheap stuff. Maybe in a few years...
      Besides the $1.00 dogs you aren't going to find many cheap things.
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    • King31 wrote:
      Nov 29th, 2018 12:12 pm
      Besides the $1.00 dogs you aren't going to find many cheap things.
      cheap tickets I guess.

      But yeah, $20 for a tall boy doesn't make me want to run down there.
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    • That's a good promo. And you can usually get resale 500-level tickets for weeknights for about $10. So $15 should get you a ticket, TTC, dog and a free designated-driver* pop. Pretty cheap night at the ballpark sez I. And knowing the Jays are going to have a down year kind of takes the pressure off when you're at the ballpark, doesn't it? All you have to do is sit back, relax and not worry about who's going to win :-).

      *Good Sport Program
      The Toronto Blue Jays, in partnership with Budweiser, are pleased to offer fans 19 or older the opportunity to become designated drivers. A designated driver who fills out a pledge form at any of the Budweiser Kiosks located on the concourse, pledging to provide responsible transportation will receive a complimentary soft drink and become eligible for a grand prize draw.
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    • toronto_slim wrote:
      Nov 29th, 2018 12:20 pm
      That's a good promo. And you can usually get resale 500-level tickets for weeknights for about $10. So $15 should get you a ticket, TTC, dog and a free designated-driver* pop. Pretty cheap night at the ballpark sez I.

      *Good Sport Program
      The Toronto Blue Jays, in partnership with Budweiser, are pleased to offer fans 19 or older the opportunity to become designated drivers. A designated driver who fills out a pledge form at any of the Budweiser Kiosks located on the concourse, pledging to provide responsible transportation will receive a complimentary soft drink and become eligible for a grand prize draw.
      wish they had a designated drinker program.

      10 tall boys and a go train ride home for $99.99
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    • Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think you can bring in your own food as well.
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    • D0ntgiveajack wrote:
      Nov 29th, 2018 12:27 pm
      Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think you can bring in your own food as well.
      Yes you can legendary stories of bringing who pizzas in the Rogers center. My bet is the hot dogs will be small and kiddie size and they are saying 4 dog limit, per order
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    • D0ntgiveajack wrote:
      Nov 29th, 2018 12:27 pm
      Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think you can bring in your own food as well.
      Rogers Centre Food and Beverage Policy
      from https://www.mlb.com/bluejays/ballpark/information/guide

      Rogers Centre allows guests to bring food into the stadium as long as the items are wrapped, bagged or left inside a container to avoid spillage. Food containers must be soft-sided and small enough to fit under the guest's seat.

      Plastic bottles and/or cans holding 600ml or less and non-alcoholic beverages will be permitted in Rogers Centre. Guests are strictly prohibited from bringing outside alcohol inside Rogers Centre. Plastic bottles holding more than 600ml and glass bottles are prohibited.

      Fans will be asked to remove tops from a bottle(s) or open can(s) prior to entry into the stadium.
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    • i'd imagine these are like those ikea hot dogs
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    • D0ntgiveajack wrote:
      Nov 29th, 2018 12:27 pm
      Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think you can bring in your own food as well.
      I believe food but not drinks though I could be wrong on that.
      I remember reading about people coming in with full pizzas and buckets of KFC.
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    • King31 wrote:
      Nov 29th, 2018 12:30 pm
      I believe food but not drinks though I could be wrong on that.
      non-alcoholic drinks are allowed in plastic bottles and/or cans holding 600ml or less

      from https://www.mlb.com/bluejays/ballpark/information/guide

      Rogers Centre allows guests to bring food into the stadium as long as the items are wrapped, bagged or left inside a container to avoid spillage. Food containers must be soft-sided and small enough to fit under the guest's seat.

      Plastic bottles and/or cans holding 600ml or less and non-alcoholic beverages will be permitted in Rogers Centre. Guests are strictly prohibited from bringing outside alcohol inside Rogers Centre. Plastic bottles holding more than 600ml and glass bottles are prohibited.

      Fans will be asked to remove tops from a bottle(s) or open can(s) prior to entry into the stadium.
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    • King31 wrote:
      Nov 29th, 2018 12:30 pm
      I believe food but not drinks though I could be wrong on that.
      I remember reading about people coming in with full pizzas and buckets of KFC.
      I've come in a with a cheese tray, wedges, and a roast chicken (cut into quarters) all from nearby Longo's . Pricey, but still way cheaper than buying food at the game. Could feel the envious stares from people around me...

      Other options nearby for take out are Swiss Chalet, Pizza Pizza, Pizza Nova, Momma's Pizza, Dominos, Popeyes.
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    • Vlad Jr is the only reason I need to go to the game, so I will take free doggies.
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    • King31 wrote:
      Nov 29th, 2018 11:57 am
      Not going to down vote this but the Jays are going to need to do a lot more than this to get people into the stadium next year.
      Next Promotion:
      Free hot dogs if you sign up for insurance, internet, cell phones, etc. at the booths.
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    • If they stink again they should start offering $1 tickets.
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    • King31 wrote:
      Nov 29th, 2018 11:57 am
      Not going to down vote this but the Jays are going to need to do a lot more than this to get people into the stadium next year.
      Oskee Wee Wee!
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