Tickets for all 2021 Rays home games are accessible exclusively in the Ballpark app on a mobile device. Paper tickets, including print-at-home and PDF versions, are not available or accepted. For help with the app, visit raysbaseball.com/mobile.
Single game tickets for games played between June 8 and June 27 will go on sale Friday, May 28 at 10 a.m.
For June home games, select between two seating options:
Full Capacity Sections
- Sections 101-149, the Rays Club, the Louisiana Hot Sauce Left Field Ledge, and the GTE Financial Party Deck.
- Seats are not distanced from other fans in the ballpark.
Socially Distanced Sections
- Sections 203 - 224
- Tickets are available in socially distant seating pods in increments of 1 to 6 tickets.
- Pods are positioned a minimum of six (6) feet apart
The terms and conditions of your ticket and policies applicable to use are updated to address COVID-19, health & safety, and seating pods. By purchasing a Tampa Bay Rays ticket, you accept these Terms and Conditions as well as policies applicable to use. Ticketholders must also agree that tickets within a seating pod will not be sold or transferred to individuals not within their own household, unless selling or transferring all such game tickets, i.e. the full pod of tickets, in a single transaction.
The Tampa Bay Rays, in partnership with Bayfront Health St. Petersburg, have worked with Major League Baseball and local public health officials to increase health measures and create a safe and enjoyable experience while at the ballpark.
Per Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines, masks are optional at Tropicana Field for guests fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Fans age 2 and older who are not fully vaccinated are required to wear a mask at all times. The Tampa Bay Rays encourage people to get vaccinated.
Gaiters, bandanas, masks with ventilation holes and other versions of face coverings are not acceptable.
Ballpark Entry and Exit
Contactless security screening allows attendees to keep all items in their pockets.
No bags are permitted inside Tropicana Field, except for diaper bags accompanying a young child and medical device bags.
Outside food or beverage is not permitted, with the exception of one sealed, personal-sized bottle of water.
Capacity is reduced at Tropicana Field this year to allow for social distancing.
Seating pods are staggered throughout the ballpark. Fans may sit only in their ticketed seats.
Please be mindful of signs and floor decals throughout the ballpark to mark safe distances in queues.
Tropicana Field remains cash-free this season, allowing for less contact between fans and staff.
Mobile payments, Rays Pay via the MLB Ballpark app, and credit and debit cards are accepted for all ticket sales, concessions and merchandise.