Postseason baseball is almost here, and the boys from the bay are in the thick of the playoff hunt. With only a few more weeks left in the regular season, the Tampa Bay Rays announced a “Push for the Postseason” initiative offering discounted tickets, parking, and concessions during this final stretch.
For all home games September 16-25, tickets will be discounted by as much as 40%, with a supply of $9 tickets available for every game. When buying tickets through the Rays, the prices are automatically adjusted, so there is no need for a promo code. Check out the schedule and get tickets here.
The Rays have a full 10 games at The Trop packed into this window, marking the final home games of the regular season. In fact, you can catch games for 10 days straight, starting this Friday and ending on Sunday the 25th.
And even better news: the Rays are making it easier to park and get food, too. All parking in Tropicana lots is also 40% off, starting at $12. Once inside the stadium, there are four levels of specialty prices at concessions stands with snacks and drinks available for $2, $3, $4, and $5, including $5 nachos, $4 Nathan’s hot dogs, $3 Cracker Jack’s, and $2 bags of chips. Items must be ordered through the MLB Ballpark app (the same app used for tickets).
Win a game-used Devil Rays jersey
Plus, the Rays are also giving generous attendees the chance to win great prizes with their “Shirts Off Our Backs” promo. Make a donation to the Rays Baseball Foundation during this last regular season homestand, and you’ll receive a scratch off card for a chance to win game-worn Devil Rays jerseys, tickets to a 2023 game, and much more. Every card is a winner.
Included in this stretch run are three games against the Texas Rangers (September 16-18), three more against the Houston Astros (September 19-21), and a pivotal four-game series against the divisional rival Toronto Blue Jays (September 22-25). Tickets for all games are available here.
As of publishing time, the Rays are in sole possession of second place in the AL East, 5.5 games back from the lead and just half a game ahead of the Blue Jays. At 78-60, the Rays appear to be in good position to secure a spot in the postseason (and potentially even another divisional title), especially now that Wander Franco has been called back up after rehabbing from injury.