Toronto Blue Jays Toronto Blue Jays: Get Single-Game Tickets for the 2020-21 Regular Season at Rogers Centre in Toronto Blue Jays Single-Game Tickets Are Available Now!

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Watch MLB's hottest hitter sock a few dingers at Rogers Centre, because Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and the Toronto Blue Jays are coming home and single-game tickets are available now!

15,000 fans will be permitted per game and this will be the first time several players will actually play in Toronto as Blue Jays, including Robbie Ray (and Robbie Ray's pants), Hyun-jin Ryu, Marcus Semien and George Springer.

We've listed the complete home schedule of upcoming Blue Jays games below, along with links to Ticketmaster for the first batch of 10 games – tickets for games beyond August 8 will be made available at a later date.

July

August

September

  • Wednesday, September 1 vs. Baltimore Orioles, 7:07 PM
  • Friday, September 3 vs. Oakland Athletics, 7:07 PM
  • Saturday, September 4 vs. Oakland Athletics, 3:07 PM
  • Sunday, September 5 vs. Oakland Athletics, 1:07 PM
  • Monday, September 13 vs. Tampa Bay Rays, 7:07 PM
  • Tuesday, September 14 vs. Tampa Bay Rays, 7:07 PM
  • Wednesday, September 15 vs. Tampa Bay Rays, 3:07 PM
  • Friday, September 17 vs. Minnesota Twins, 7:07 PM
  • Saturday, September 18 vs. Minnesota Twins, 3:07 PM
  • Sunday, September 19 vs. Minnesota Twins, 1:07 PM
  • Tuesday, September 28 vs. New York Yankees, 7:07 PM
  • Wednesday, September 29 vs. New York Yankees, 7:07 PM
  • Thursday, September 30 vs. New York Yankees, 7:07 PM

October

  • Friday, October 1 vs. Baltimore Orioles, 7:07 PM
  • Saturday, October 2 vs. Baltimore Orioles, 3:07 PM
  • Sunday, October 3 vs. Baltimore Orioles, 3:07 PM

Seating configuration will vary by section – seats in the 100L/200L infield and TD Clubhouse sections are standard (not distanced), while seats in the 100L/200L outfield and bases are physically distanced with pods of up to four seats. Seats in TD Executive Suites have limited capacities with a minimum of six tickets.

Tickets are available on a first-come, first-serve basis and Ticketmaster pricing will vary depending on the game and seat location.

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    • Nice! The tickets are a little more expensive than on my Ticket Pack account, but at least you can access them!
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    • Thanks OP in for 2 tickets.
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    • Anybody know if the flight deck is open?
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    • I grabbed 2 tickets to the Sunday Sox game when the pre-sale first opened. From what I could see I only had one option of 2 tickets in an accessible section so that day may have sold out quickly. Probably mostly from the season ticket holders having first dibs.
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    • With double header game do you get to stay for both? For the price of one if you buy the 3pm one ?
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    • mrkdwd wrote: Anybody know if the flight deck is open?
      Fans may only eat or drink in their ticketed seats or in a designated physically distanced eating and drinking area. The Budweiser King Club, WestJet Flight Deck, Bacardi Bar, and New Blue Bar will be open at limited capacity to ensure physical distancing.
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    • corcoran_chris wrote: With double header game do you get to stay for both? For the price of one if you buy the 3pm one ?
      No
      Unless the guy who bought the next game ticket sits on top of you.
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    • el'ation wrote: No
      Unless the guy who bought the next game ticket sits on top of you.
      Some things in life are worth risking.
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    • Madchester wrote: Use code "HOME" to access the pre-sale for Jays upcoming 10 game homestand. Games are limited to 15,000 capacity in the 100 and 200 levels for this homestand; the July 30 "home opener" is already sold out. There are socially distanced seats in the outfield for both 100/200 levels.

      I was worried about fighting with the masses for tomorrow's 10am public sale, but this saved me the hassle.

      The first weekend is a long weekend, while the second weekend is against the Red Sox so tix should be flying out the door. (I didn't check the weekday Indians tix but they may be cheaper and more available)

      EDIT: August 7 vs the Red Sox is a weird one. Jays game last night vs Red Sox got rained out so it's being re-sked as a doubleheader on Aug 7. The current tix on sale are for Game 1 (3pm) of the doubleheader. No idea when Game 2 (7pm) will be released. Also note 2021 doubleheaders are 7 inning games.

      EDIT 2: Please read the health and safety protocol here: https://www.mlb.com/bluejays/tickets/he ... ers-centre (Please don't make a scene at the game because you didn't review the Dome's current rules. There is a mask policy for the current Stage 3 homestand)
      I believe with doubleheaders you get a ticket to both games... That's what happened before any ways
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    • Madchester wrote: Fans may only eat or drink in their ticketed seats or in a designated physically distanced eating and drinking area. The Budweiser King Club, WestJet Flight Deck, Bacardi Bar, and New Blue Bar will be open at limited capacity to ensure physical distancing.
      Thanks. I forgot, it's been a while...

      Any one know which tickets gets you access to the Flight Deck?


      As well, I read the policy https://www.mlb.com/bluejays/tickets/he ... ers-centre and didn't find the word "Vaccine" Any ideas how the Rogers Centre is going to handle it? I don't care as I'm vaccinated and won't get sick from COVID and go to the hospital anymore, but I'm just curious how they'll be handling it, aside from the 2 hours to get in
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    • LadyBug420 wrote: Thanks. I forgot, it's been a while...

      Any one know which tickets gets you access to the Flight Deck?
      Flight Deck is basically General Admission - first come first serve. Not sure how they'll physically distance people along the railings. Plexiglass barriers?
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    • FallenAngel1978 wrote: I believe with doubleheaders you get a ticket to both games... That's what happened before any ways
      There's fine print for the Sat 3pm RedSox game on Ticketmaster: This game is part of a split doubleheader and will be 7-inning game.

      Correct me if I'm wrong, but it needs to be a "traditional doubleheader" for your tix to be valid for both games. This re-schedule is considered a "split doubleheader"
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    • I really wish we can confirm how this double header works
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    • corcoran_chris wrote: I really wish we can confirm how this double header works
      Me too... since I have seen mixed on how it has worked at games this season. In some cases the people with tickets to the game that was postponed were given tickets to that make-up game (obviously not happening this time) and in some cases the people who had a ticket to the second game got to see both.
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    • I have a bluejays giftcard, how would i go about using this to buy tickets?
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    • epik89 wrote: I have a bluejays giftcard, how would i go about using this to buy tickets?
      There's a Credits / Promo Codes / Gift Cards drop down option on the payment page.
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    • Got tickets for Aug. 7 game.... I don't mind that it's 7 innings (taking family who probably prefer that lol)
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    • So I bought 8 tickets. I have to transfer each ticket to each of my friends?

      I just know there are going to be tons of people who don't read the fine print.
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    • for that split double header on aug 7th
      not seeing tickets available for 2nd game of double header
      anyone else
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    • whoa-albert wrote: So I bought 8 tickets. I have to transfer each ticket to each of my friends?

      I just know there are going to be tons of people who don't read the fine print.
      Thanks for the heads up, I missed that. I definitely did not read the fine print lol.
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