How To Find The Cheapest Tampa Bay Rays Tickets + All Face Price Options

March 4, 2021

Where to Buy 2021 Tampa Bay Rays Playoff Tickets

Primary market face-value for Rays potential playoff home games went on-sale on Thursday, September 30th at 3:00 p.m. via A full schedule of all presales and on sales can be found here

On the secondary market, TicketIQ has Fee-Free Tampa Bay Rays playoff tickets which also include a Refund Guarantee. Our Refund Guarantee states that if an event is canceled or deemed unfit for fans to attend, TicketIQ will refund ticket buyers in as soon as 15 days. That means that you can buy from TicketIQ worry-free. Customers on TicketIQ save between 15%-25% compared to other secondary market ticketing sites. 

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Tampa Bay Rays Playoff Attendance Policy & Safety Protocols

Tropicana Field will operate at full capacity for the 2021 MLB Playoffs. According to the guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, masks are optional at Tropicana Field for guests fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Fans, who are above the age of two and who are not fully vaccinated, are required to wear a mask at all times.

How Much Are 2021 Tampa Bay Rays Playoff Tickets

Rays playoff tickets are already available on the secondary market for all rounds. Below are the cheapest tickets by game for all potential Rays home playoff games:

ALDS Home Game 1: $65
ALDS Home Game 2: $72
ALDS Home Game 3: $87

ALCS Home Game 1: $283
ALCS Home Game 2: $283
ALCS Home Game 3: $283
ALCS Home Game 4: $283

World Series Home Game 1: $987
World Series Home Game 2: $987
World Series Home Game 3: $987
World Series Home Game 4: $987

Tampa Bay Rays 2021 Playoff Schedule


Game 1 - Boston Red Sox @ Tampa Bay Rays - Thursday, October 7th
Game 2 - Boston Red Sox @ Tampa Bay Rays -  Friday, October 8th
Game 3 - Tampa Bay Rays @ Boston Red Sox - Sunday, October 10th
Game 4 - Tampa Bay Rays @ Boston Red Sox - Monday, October 11th
Game 5 - Boston Red Sox @ Tampa Bay Rays - Wednesday, October 13th


Game 1 - TBD @ TBD - Friday, October 15th
Game 2 - TBD @ TBD - Saturday, October 16th
Game 3 - TBD @ TBD - Monday, October 18th
Game 4 - TBD @ TBD - Tuesday, October 19th
Game 5 - TBD @ TBD - Wednesday, October, 20th
Game 6 - TBD @ TBD - Friday, October 22nd
Game 7 - TBD @ TBD - Saturday, October 23rd

World Series 

Game 1 - TBD @ TBD - Tuesday, October 26th
Game 2 - TBD @ TBD - Wednesday, October 27th
Game 3 - TBD @ TBD - Friday, October 29th
Game 4 - TBD @ TBD - Saturday, October 30th
Game 5 - TBD @ TBD - Sunday, October 31st
Game 6 - TBD @ TBD - Tuesday, November 2nd
Game 7 - TBD @ TBD - Wednesday, November 3rd

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Where To Buy 2021 Tampa Bay Rays Tickets

 Single-game tickets for Rays home games through May 2nd are available via the Rays website. Tickets are sold in pods of 1 to 6 seats. Tickets for the team's games through June go on sale on Friday, May 28th.
On the secondary market, TicketIQ has Fee-Free tickets for all Tampa Bay Rays games which also include a Refund Guarantee. Our Refund Guarantee states that if an event is canceled or deem unfit for fans to attend, TicketIQ will refund ticket buyers in as soon as 15 days. That means that you can buy from TicketIQ worry-free. Customers on TicketIQ save between 15%-25% compared to other secondary market ticketing sites.
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Tampa Bay Rays 2021 Season Tickets & Package Options

Full or partial ticket package are available through primary market partner MPV via the Rays website. Season- ticket holders (any level package) will also have access to parking discounts and presales for non-baseball events. Season ticket packages start at $500 for upper-level and outfield seats. Prices go up to $20,000 or more for premium full-season packages.
There are also suites and premium packages available: 
Suites: The Rays and Tropicana Field have suites available for single games or in multiple-game packages. Suites are available throughout the ballpark, and can accommodate as few as 10 in a Left Field Patio Box on the Louisiana Hot Sauce Ledge or as many as 36 in the Hooters Owl Den or Executive Suites. Most suites come with VIP parking passes, and food-and-beverage service. For suite pricing, fans can contact the Rays at
Premium Seating: The Rays and Tropicana Field have four premium seating options available and most feature an all-inclusive buffet, in-seat service, oversized seating, VIP parking passes, and access to the Rays Club dining area. Premium seating is available for single games or as a season-ticket package.
DEX Imaging Home Plate Club: This section is considered the most exclusive location at Tropicana Field, with seats right behind home plate on field level. 
Rays Club: The Rays Club is an indoor viewing area with lounge and dining areas as well as access to outdoor seats. The club has flat-screen televisions and a "Sweet Shop," complete with soft-serve ice cream and high-end pastries. 
Chalk Box: Along the first baseline, the Chalk Box has padded seats as well as individual side tables and a small, private storage area built into each seat. In-seat food-and-beverage service is available, and ticket holders get a $15 credit to use for concessions or merchandise. 
Fieldside Boxes: Located just behind the dugouts, the Fieldside Boxes allow for an up-close-and-personal look at players and the game. These padded seats put you at the heart of the game. 

2021 Tampa Bay Rays Attendance Policy

To start the season Tropicana Field will allow 9,000 fans per game into the ballpark, but it has now been announced that they will increase those limits to 20,000 fans.
According to Tampa Bay Tribune, the Rays have also opened a portion of their upper deck to increase stadium capacity, and fans should expect changes to concessions and merchandise locations to allow for social distancing. The team is still sorting out how close to the field fans will be allowed to sit, how many seats will comprise a "pod," and whether/where plexiglass dividers will be installed.
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Tropicana Field COVID-19 Health and Safety Protocols 

The Rays have released few details about what health and safety protocols for fans will entail, but only a small number of seats will be sold per game, and fans will only be able to use mobile tickets for entry. Below is a list of the protocols that are already in place:
  • • All fans 2 years of age or older, including those who have received a COVID-19 vaccine, are required to wear a face mask inside Tropicana Field. Face masks must completely cover the nose and mouth and be worn at all times except when actively eating or drinking in a ticketed seat. Gaiters, bandanas, masks with ventilation holes and other versions of face coverings will not be permitted.

    • The Trop will undergo enhanced cleaning and sanitization before, during and after each game to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19. Fans will also be asked to frequently wash their hands and utilize hand-sanitizing stations. Additionally, all staff and vendors will be screened for signs or symptoms of COVID-19 before each game.

    • Tickets for all Rays home games at Tropicana Field this season will be accessible exclusively in the Ballpark app on a mobile device. Paper tickets will not be available or accepted. Contactless security screening will allow fans to keep all items in their pockets upon entering the ballpark. No bags will be permitted except for diaper bags accompanying a young child and medical device bags. The only outside food or beverage permitted will be one sealed, personal-sized bottle of water.

    • The Rays are encouraging fans to purchase parking in advance to further reduce contact with staff. To incentivize that option, prepaid parking will be available at a discount at

    • UV lights and specially designed electronic devices have been installed in Tropicana Field’s air conditioning units to break down harmful contaminants, including coronavirus. The club also added air filters with a higher minimum efficiency reporting value (MERV) rating, which more effectively trap small particles.

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