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Toronto Blue Jays final homestand (Sept 28-Oct 3, Yankees, Orioles) - 500 Level seats now available (starting at $18)

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chilli604 wrote: At the moment they 1.5 games back from wild card spot. Yankees are ahead.

They need to only Win &Hope Yankees lose
Regardless of the outcome, they will be 1 game back of either Boston or the Yanks.. Also "hope Yankees lose"...their destiny is in their own hands, they play them in the next 3 games...they need to hope to BEAT them lol.
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Hey! How dare you slander fans that have been following the Jays since September 2021!
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BenL9232 wrote: Love the comments that Jays don't have a chance. Back to back wins, 1 game back, finishing the last 3 games against the worse team in the league...we got tickets to the Thursday game, 17th row near the Bluejay dugout. Can't wait! 30,000 people is going to sound like 50k!
Also, really appreciate the outside concession tip, definitely taking advantage of that!
Will be there this Thursday as well!

We went to the Twins game a couple Saturdays go last minute and sat 9 rows behind first base. Hot day in the sun but close enough to say hi to Vlad and get a ball. Took my 8 year old and bought a slushie, popcorn, peanuts and water...what I could have bought at Dollarama for the money I spent at the Rogers Centre! I never thought of bringing a bucket of chicken in. I might just do that lmao!
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If it's their first game head over to customer service to get a "my first game" souvenir

As was mentioned, outside food and drink are allowed. Bring bottles of water or juice and maybe some snacks. of course concessions are part of the experience as well, if you choose
I never knew about the souvenir...what is it?

If you bring bottles of water, pop, etc do you have to remove caps before entering based on their policy? I know I can bring empty water bottles to refill.

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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Aggy wrote:

Fans will be asked to remove tops from a bottle(s) or open can(s) prior to entry into the stadium..
I have seen them enforce this recently for cans, but not for bottles. Been to four or five games this year and brought bottled water in with me every time. Even inside the dome though, they only ever removed caps for bottles sold on the 500 level - so maybe now that those seats are reopening, they'll start enforcing the rule again?

Years ago when they would enforce these rules, I used to just throw a few extra bottle caps in my pocket or whatever.
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Anyone got the code for the presale tomorrow?
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laike4 wrote: Anyone got the code for the presale tomorrow?
The Jays tickets for the last home stand are already available!
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Got some 100 level tickets today for Thurs. There was just one very small section left with like 20 seats. Everything else was 500 level
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Aggy wrote: I never knew about the souvenir...what is it?

If you bring bottles of water, pop, etc do you have to remove caps before entering based on their policy? I know I can bring empty water bottles to refill.

Fans will be asked to remove tops from a bottle(s) or open can(s) prior to entry into the stadium..
It's a little certificate (for lack of a better word) that says "My First Game" and they write the kid's name and date of the game
It's a nice little memento for the kids

That policy re removing tops is news to me and I've been to many games. In fact I make a point of not opening my bottles until I'm past security so they know it's a sealed bottle and it is in fact water in there.
Last game I went to I brought a backpack with 4 bottles of water, two bags of chips, and other snacks and had no issues.
Unless it's changed, from memory the rules on drinks were no cans and bottles had to be under 600mL. I've brought in 1L and 1.5L bottles and been fine, but YMMV
Re cans, I've heard things from them being taken away, to being told to open it and drink it there, to the security just not caring
With 30k fans in this homestand I don't know how strict they'll be simply because they don't have the time to go through everything in detail for every fan. Again YMMV

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What's the code for the presale?
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laike4 wrote: What's the code for the presale?
No code required! Tickets have been on sale since Sept 23!
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I mean the presale that's just been released that requires a code
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Raddo wrote: No code required! Tickets have been on sale since Sept 23!
There's a postseason pre-sale right now. Anyone a corporate partner or part-time staff that can share said code?'

EDIT: JACKET

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Now that I know outside food is allowed all I want is a couple really good hot dogs or sausages from the street vendors outside of Rogers Centre. I crave those more than anything else at the games.Smiling Face With Sunglasses Now I just have to remember which guy had the better hot dogs. There's definitely a better hot dog guy out there. LOL
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Presale code is JACKET for the wild card
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Mr_Fanta wrote: Now that I know outside food is allowed all I want is a couple really good hot dogs or sausages from the street vendors outside of Rogers Centre. I crave those more than anything else at the games.Smiling Face With Sunglasses Now I just have to remember which guy had the better hot dogs. There's definitely a better hot dog guy out there. LOL
$9.99 South Street game day combos right by the stadium too

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