The Toronto Blue Jays Home Opener presented by TD is just one month away and the team is looking forward to welcoming back the support of fans at TD Ballpark starting April 8!
Past Spring Training Season Ticket Members will have first access to tickets on Tuesday, March 16, followed by past Spring Training Game Pack holders and 2021 ticket purchasers on Wednesday, March 17, ahead of the public onsale on Thursday, March 18 at 10 a.m. Tickets can be purchased at bluejays.com/tickets.
Like Spring Training, capacity at TD Ballpark is limited to 15%, and tickets are sold in pods up to four seats spaced at a minimum of six feet apart. Ticket purchasers will receive a guide with TD Ballpark health and safety information and requirements before each game.
For fans who can’t catch the live game action, the Blue Jays Fan Cutout Crew is returning for another year, and with a special caveat: no matter where the Blue Jays call home this season, the Cutout Crew will be in the stands! Fan cutouts go on sale to the general public on Monday, March 15 at 10 a.m. through bluejays.com/cutoutcrew. Cutouts are $80 CAD each with a portion of proceeds benefitting Jays Care Foundation to support communities as they emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic and safely return to community baseball diamonds. For those watching from home, stay tuned for Blue Jays celebrity cutouts, fan spotlights, and a Jr. Jays Zone presented by Boston Pizza!
Fans looking to get their Blue Jays merchandise for the season can do so through curbside pickup and Canada-wide shipping options, available from Jays Shop via email ([email protected]) or phone (416.341.2904). Jays Shop at CF Toronto Eaton Centre is now open, and Jays Shop at TD Ballpark in Dunedin is open on game days to ticket purchasers.
Announced in February, the Blue Jays will play the first two homestands at TD Ballpark with the hopes of return to play at Rogers Centre as soon as possible. More information will be shared as soon as it is available.