Tropicana Field’s staff aims to provide an enjoyable experience for all guests within the Americans with Disabilities Act guidelines. Accessible parking is in Lots 1 and 7, subject to availability. See Parking at Tropicana Field for details. Guests can find accessible seating options throughout the ballpark.
The Rays are also proud to provide a wheelchair transport service. The Rolling Rays are available at Gates 1 and 5 on a first-come, first-served basis. The Rays offer a Sensory Bag at all Guest Services locations for those needing sensory support, and a Sensory Room is available on the suite level of Tropicana Field.
The AeroVanti Club is located on the Club Level of Tropicana Field, just below the suites. Here you can watch the game live from the first base line or from any of the dozens of flat screen televisions. Premium benefits for AeroVanti Club Season Members include an all-inclusive buffet, bar service (beer, wine and soda are complimentary) & private restrooms. Group discounts are available in the AeroVanti Club for 10 or more people. For more information, call 888-FAN-RAYS, email [email protected], or visit the AeroVanti Club page.
Guests may not bring alcoholic beverages into Tropicana Field, nor may guests take any alcoholic beverages out of the ballpark, including from suites. Florida law prohibits the sale of alcoholic beverages to persons under the age of 21. Guests, therefore, will be required to show proper ID when purchasing alcoholic beverages at Tropicana Field. Two alcoholic beverages are allowed per person, per purchase. The sale of alcohol stops in the middle of the 8th inning.
Animals are prohibited from entering Tropicana Field, unless explicitly allowed for specific dates (i.e., Dog Day at the Rays). Service animals are permitted for all games and events in accordance with the U.S Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division, Disability Rights Section, definition of “Service Animal.” Please refer to: https://www.ada.gov/service_animals_2010.htm
Republic Bank ATMs can be found throughout the ballpark:
- One Republic Bank ATM at Gate 1, 100 Level Concourse
- One Republic Bank ATM at Gate 3, 100 Level Concourse
- One Republic Bank ATM at the Republic Bank Draft Room
- One Republic Bank ATM at the DEX Imaging Home Plate Club
Reverse ATM Machines can be found across from Gate 3 Guest Services Desk and in the 3rd base food hall.
Tropicana Field is a cash-free facility.
Major League Baseball teams, including the Rays, do not handle public sale of tickets for road games. You may contact the host team directly for tickets or visit mlb.com.
Backpacks, coolers and bags of any kind exceeding 16" x 8" are not permitted through Tropicana Field security. Personal bags smaller than this size, medical device bags and diaper bags accompanying a young child are permitted. For more information, visit raysbaseball.com/security.
Purchase, manage and scan your digital tickets and parking, order food and drinks, access Season Member discounts on concessions and merchandise and more. The Ballpark app is free in your app store. For more information, visit raysbaseball.com/Ballparkapp.
BANNERS AND SIGNS
Banners and signs are permitted and may be displayed in the ballpark as long as they are baseball-related, do not interfere with the playing field or other ballpark signage or inhibit the view of other fans. Signs must not include derogatory language, gestures or symbols. Tropicana Field management reserves the right to remove any sign displayed on the property.
BASEBALL LOOPER TROLLEY
The Baseball Shuttle will be operating during the 2023 season. For more information, visit https://loopertrolley.com/baseball-shuttle.
BATS AND BROOMS
Bats and brooms shorter than 3’ are allowed inside the ballpark. They must not impede other guests’ views or cause safety concerns. Sticks and poles of any other type are not permitted at any time.
BOX OFFICE (Tropicana Field)
All tickets and parking passes are mobile only and available through the MLB Ballpark app. Tropicana Field’s Box Office is open at Gate 1 and 4 on game days for mobile ticket assistance starting 90 minutes before first pitch. Box Office associates can assist you with accessing the Ballpark app on your smartphone. You may also scan the QR code at Box Office windows using the camera app on your smartphone to purchase tickets.
Learn more about the MLB Ballpark app here.
On game days, beginning 90 minutes before first pitch, the box office windows at gate 1 and gate 4 will open for customer assistance. Box Office associates will be available to assist you with accessing the ballpark app on your smartphone.
BOX OFFICE (Charlotte Sports Park)
Charlotte Sports Park in Port Charlotte, Florida, is the Spring Training home of the Tampa Bay Rays. The Charlotte Sports Park Box Office is open on spring training home game dates for customer service beginning at 11 a.m., and closes at the 7th inning. All ticket sales are online only through www.raysbaseball.com/spring.
Please note the Charlotte Sports Park Box Office only sells tickets for Spring Training home games played at Charlotte Sports Park.
Note: For the 2023 Spring Training season, all remaining home games will be played at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg. The facility will operate differently with respect to parking, gate access, seating areas, concessions and merchandise areas, and other protocol and policies for spring training games as compared to the regular season. Please visit www.raysbaseball.com/spring for more information.
Rays batting practice takes place 2.5 hours before first pitch. The visiting team's batting practice takes place ninety (90) minutes before game time and lasts approximately one hour. Batting practice is taken at the discretion of the team and is subject to change. For more information, see Pregame Timeline.
To inquire about the Rays Birthday Party Package for your child's birthday, contact the Group Sales department at 727-825-3406, email [email protected] or visit www.raysbaseball.com/birthday.
CAMERAS AND VIDEO RECORDERS
Guests are permitted to bring cameras and video recorders into the ballpark provided they are not for commercial use. Cameras and video recorders must be hand-held; tripods are prohibited. Fans may not obstruct aisles or the view of others. Lenses must be less than 12 inches.
Tropicana Field remains cash-free. Mobile payments, Rays Pay via the MLB Ballpark app, and credit and debit cards are accepted for all concessions and merchandise purchases. To learn more about Rays Pay via the MLB Ballpark app, and discounts for Season Members, visit raysbaseball.com/mobile.
Please contact Levy, the Rays hospitality provider, at 727-825-5726 or [email protected] to arrange catering for your special event.
ChargeFUZE stations are now available throughout Tropicana Field at the following locations: Budweiser Porch, Gate 1, Gate 3, Gate 5 and outside the entrance to the AeroVanti Club.
Age requirement regarding tickets
Once a child reaches their second birthday, they will need a game admission ticket.
By using the ticket, the ticket holder, on their own behalf and on behalf of any minor accompanying said ticket holder to the game, is hereby deemed to have given all grants of rights, releases and waivers on behalf of any minor as their parent, guardian or authorized agent have given.
Wristbands for children noting your family’s seating section, row and seat numbers are available at Gate 1 and Gate 3 Guest Services.
Guests inquiring about serving as color guard prior to a game should submit a letter of interest to: [email protected] or Color Guard, Tropicana Field, One Tropicana Drive, St. Petersburg, FL 33705.
The Tampa Bay Rays are committed to being a strong community partner and energizing our community through the magic of Rays baseball. The Rays Baseball Foundation is dedicated to improving the lives of those in need within our community, focusing primarily on education, youth development, wellness and social responsibility. Since 2008, the Rays Baseball Foundation has given:
- $11 million in grants
- More than $2 million donated to Tampa Bay Area Students Through Scholarships
- $4 million in programming
- 95,000 tee-ball players & coaches outfitted through the Rays Jersey Program
- More than 30,000 Suite Tickets donated to the Big Game James Club
- More than 41,000 Volunteer Hours committed to Tampa Bay by Rays front office staff
- 300 + children have experienced baseball magic through the Tuesday’s Champion Program
- 450,000 Tampa Bay School Children have participated in Reading with the Rays
- $18 million in financial giving from RBF
- More than 1,400 hours of STEM instruction through Rays Science of Baseball program
- $1,000,000 committed to Hurricane Ian Relief Efforts
Learn more at Raysbaseball.com/community.Learn more at Raysbaseball.com/community.
Season Members receive a 20% discount on concessions when using Rays Pay via the MLB Ballpark app. For more information on Rays Pay, please visit raysbaseball.com/mobile.
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|TB Brews||Right Field||149|
|Ballpark & Rec||Ballpark & Rec||150|
|The ShortStop||Budweiser Porch||150|
|Cooperstown Cocktails||1B Food Hall||130|
|Thirst & Second||Third Baseline||209|
|Sip Shine Moonshine||3B Food Hall||129|
|Ybor Cantina||Rays Party Deck||347|
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|Daddies Donuts||Right Field||142|
|Grand Slam Grill||Right Field||144|
|Whoa Doggy Express||Right Field||146|
|Mister Softee||Right Field||146|
|Dippin Dots||Right Field||144|
|Crabby's Beachside Bites||Center Field||150|
|Papa John's||Center Field||150|
|Fan Favorites||Center Field||150|
|Kahwa Coffee||Center Field||150|
|Fan Favorites||Left Field||141|
|Mister Softee||1B Food Hall|
|Central Burger / Whoa Doggy's||1B Food Hall|
|Bird & Batter||1B Food Hall|
|Papa John's||1B Food Hall|
|Beach Drive BBQ||1B Food Hall|
|Kahwa Coffee||Third Baseline||101|
|Bird & Batter||3B Food Hall|
|Papa John's||3B Food Hall|
|Little Greek||3B Food Hall|
|Central Burger / Whoa Doggy's||3B Food Hall|
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|Fan Favorites||First Baseline||218|
|Grand Slam Grill||Third Baseline||211|
|Fan Favorites||Third Baseline||217|
|Ybor Station||Rays Party Deck||349|
|Mister Softee||Left Field||145|
|Dippin Dots||Left Field||147|
|Beans & Barlour||Budweiser Porch||150|
|Modern Bird||Budweiser Porch||150|
|Pacific Counter||Budweiser Porch||150|
|Pig & Potato||Budweiser Porch||150|
|Cocktails||3B Food Hall|
|The Carvery||3B Food Hall|
|Budweiser Smoke & Pour||3B Food Hall|
|Cubanos||3B Food Hall|
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|Budweiser Draft||Third Baseline||129|
|Carousel’s Soft Serve Icery||Third Baseline||129|
|Coppertail Brewing||Third Baseline||117|
|Pro Bev||Third Baseline||111|
|Fan Favorites||Third Baseline||127|
|Bavarian Nuts||Third Baseline||127|
|Dippin Dots||Third Baseline||123|
|Cotton Candy / Lemonade||Third Baseline||125|
|Mister Softee||Third Baseline||113|
|Bud Light Seltzer||Third Baseline||107|
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|Dippin Dots||First Baseline||114|
|TB Brews||First Baseline||116|
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|Bavarian Nuts||First Baseline||126|
|Mister Softee||First Baseline||130|
|Cocktails||1B Food Hall|
|Beans and Barlour||1B Food Hall||105|
|Daddies Donuts||1B Food Hall||114|
|Impasto||1B Food Hall|
|Sizzle||1B Food Hall|
|Italian Sausage and Peppers||1B Food Hall|
|Shocktop||1B Food Hall|
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|Coppertail Brewing||First Baseline||120|
|Dippin Dots||Rays Party Deck||347|
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|Third Base Food Hall||3B Food Hall|
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|Grand Slam Grill||Third Baseline||211|
|Ybor Station||Rays Deck||349|
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|Grab & Go||Third Baseline||115|
|Grab & Go||First Baseline||122|
Derogatory language is prohibited, whether spoken or appearing on clothing or a sign, as determined by the Tampa Bay Rays in its sole and absolute discretion. Derogatory language is defined as:
- Relating to another individual's race, color, ethnicity, gender, religion, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, ancestry or other personal trait or characteristic that is derogatory, insensitive, or otherwise is deemed offensive by the Club, including, but not limited to, slurs, jokes, stereotypes or other inappropriate remarks;
- Constituting harassment of, threatening or advocating violence against, an individual or group of individuals,
- Containing obscene, profane, indecent, offensive and/or sexually explicit words or phrases, and/or
- Violating applicable local, state or federal laws, rules or regulations,
whether such language is directed at or relates to any one or more of the following:
- Attendees at the game or other event
- Umpires or other event officials
- Baseball officials
- Club officials, including, but not limited to, owners, executives and employees
- Event staff, including, but not limited to, fan hosts, ushers, ticket takers, security personnel, police, parking personnel, cleaning personnel, medical personnel and concessions personnel (collectively, the "Event Staff").
The Rays value the importance of a fan-friendly atmosphere at Tropicana Field. As such, the Club will not tolerate the use of any Derogatory Language by any person. The Club will eject any person from Tropicana Field and the Tropicana Field property for the use of any Derogatory Language. The Club also reserves the right to trespass any person from the Tropicana Field property, for such length of time as the Club, in its sole and absolute discretion, deems appropriate, for the use of any Derogatory Language. A person's use of Derogatory Language also may lead to the person's arrest, as determined by the appropriate law enforcement personnel.
If any person attending a game or other event at Tropicana Field hears or observes another person or persons using Derogatory Language, that person should contact the nearest Fan Host staff member or text “Rays” to 69050 with the issue and the location of the incident. The Club will make periodic public address announcements regarding this policy and the incident reporting system.
DEX IMAGING HOME PLATE CLUB
The seats in this luxury seating area are among the closest in baseball - starting only 50 feet from home plate. DEX Imaging Home Plate Club Season Members receive in-seat service, complimentary food and drinks, access to the AeroVanti Club and to a private dining area inside the AeroVanti Club. For information on DEX Imaging Home Plate Club seats, call 888-FAN-RAYS, email [email protected] or visit the Dex Imaging Home Plate Club page for more information.
The Rays reserve the right to deny entry, eject and trespass any individual from the ballpark and ballpark property for any of the following: fan interference, public intoxication, using offensive or derogatory language, wearing garments with offensive or derogatory language, disruptive, dangerous or obnoxious behavior, throwing objects, smoking inside the ballpark, public indecency, nudity, urinating outside of the restrooms, entering restricted areas, violating laws, ordinances and facility policies and any other behavior deemed inappropriate by Rays management.
Located at Gates 1, 2, 4, and 6.
Located at Gates 1, 2, 3, 5 and 6 on the 100, 200 and 300 levels.
Fans are not to interfere with any ball in play or throw objects onto the field. Anyone doing so will be subject to ejection from the ballpark. Anyone venturing on the playing field will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
First Aid presented by Bayfront Health St. Petersburg can be found between Gates 3 and 4 on the 100 Level, behind home plate. The clinic is staffed by St. Petersburg Fire/Rescue Medical Team.
Outside food or beverage is not permitted, with the exception of one sealed, personal-sized bottle of water. Exceptions can be made for food specifically needed for medical reasons or childcare.
The Rays Executive Offices can be found on the east side of Tropicana Field near the Gate 1 Box Office. The offices are open Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. For Box Office hours, see Box Office.
Get your own MLB-authenticated, game-used and autographed items from your favorite Rays players. Choose from jerseys, bats, helmets, bases and more. These one-of-a-kind items are located at the Rays Authentics Store in Center Field on the Field Level next to the Main Team Store. For more information about available memorabilia please email [email protected].
Gates open 90 minutes before first pitch for Rays home games. Gate 4 is open to suite holders and AeroVanti Club ticket holders. All gates are wheelchair accessible.
Tropicana Field has a variety of seating options and benefits for your group outing. Call 727-825-3406, email [email protected], or visit www.raysbaseball.com/groups for more information.
GUEST CODE OF CONDUCT
The Tampa Bay Rays appreciate that all fans observe our ground rules for guests. Please contact the nearest Fan Host staff member if, for any reason, another guest is interfering with your enjoyment of the game. You may also text “RAYS” with your issue and location to 69050 for assistance.
- Avoid derogatory, foul, abusive or obscene language or gestures.
- Please drink responsibly. Do not drink alcohol if you are underage.
- Clothing and footwear are required to be worn at all times while at Tropicana Field.
- Clothing considered to be derogatory, indecent, obscene, or offensive in nature and/or that detracts from our family-friendly atmosphere will not be tolerated.
- Stay off of the playing field and/or any restricted area.
- Please sit only in your ticketed seat and show your ticket when requested.
- Tropicana Field is a smoke-free facility. Smoking, vaping and tobacco use is not permitted on the property. The use of all tobacco products (City Ordinance Section 20-124) and e-cigarettes is prohibited. There are no “Smoking Areas” inside or outside the ballpark.
- Follow staff directions in case of emergency.
- Please help us keep Tropicana Field clean by throwing your litter in the proper trash cans.
Guests who choose not to adhere to these ground rules may be in violation of ballpark or city ordinances and are subject to intervention, which may lead to denied admission into the ballpark, ejection from the ballpark and/or arrest.
The Tampa Bay Rays and Tropicana Field management reserves unto itself, and itself alone, the right to determine what is considered indecent, obscene or offensive, what is unruly or rowdy behavior, what constitutes a disturbance and what items may or may not be allowed into the ballpark.
Located at Gates 1, 3 and 4. Guest Services is here for you! Let us know what questions you have and how we can help.
The Official Gameday Program of the Rays is available for free to all fans in attendance while supplies last. Each issue features interesting stories, player profiles and kids’ activities.
LEFT FIELD LEDGE
Enjoy a unique vantage point overlooking Left Field from private tables of four. Bar snacks, hot dogs and in-seat delivery of complimentary beverages including Coca-Cola products, beer and wine, are all included in the ticket price. Call 888-FAN-RAYS, email [email protected], or visit www.raysbaseball.com/LeftFieldLedge for more information.
LOST AND FOUND
Guests may report or inquire about lost items during games at the nearest Guest Services location (Gates 1, 3 and 4). Guests may also email [email protected] to report and describe any lost items and/or to schedule appointments to pick up items that have been found. Please allow 1-2 business days for a response to coordinate pick up.
Meeting rooms are located on the Club Level along the left-field foul line. These rooms are available for purchase for pregame meetings or parties. Each room accommodates 25 people and can be joined to seat up to 100. Catering and AV equipment are available. Call 727-825-3406 or email [email protected] for more information.
Tired of long lines at concessions? Order ahead and avoid lines using the MLB Ballpark app. Navigate to the Tampa Bay Rays page on the Ballpark app and select the “Order Food + Drinks” tile to view all locations that offer mobile ordering within the ballpark. Season members receive a 20% discount on all concessions through mobile ordering. For more information on mobile ordering, please visit raysbaseball.com/mobile.
Individuals and groups interested in performing the National Anthem should visit www.raysbaseball.com/anthem for more information.
The Tampa Bay Rays are committed to providing a safe and secure environment for each person who enters Tropicana Field. Protective netting extends from section 125 to 126 at Tropicana Field.
There is some amount of netting in front of the seating sections listed below; the height and coverage of the netting varies by section.
Netting Sections: 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126
Please understand that it is not possible for a map to show the precise location of the netting and/or to what extent netting may or may not impact your view. In addition, regardless of the location of netting, fans in the sections listed above are still exposed to objects leaving the field of play, including bats and bat fragments, and thrown or batted balls; ticket holder assumes all risk of injury. No seat in Tropicana Field is free from the risk of injury inherent in attending a live baseball game. For more information on netting coverage and seating options, please contact the Tampa Bay Rays ticket office at 1-888-FAN-RAYS.
To view the netting seating map, click here.
A private room for nursing or pumping is available behind home plate at the Bayfront Fan Care Clinic. A keypad door lock ensures privacy, and the room is sanitized after each use. Use code 33705 for access. For more information, please visit raysbaseball.com/nursing-room.
Paging is available in the event of an extreme emergency at Gates 1, 3 or 4.
PARKING AND TRANSPORTATION
The Rays are pleased to offer a limited number of prime parking areas on a prepaid basis. If Rays lots sell out before the first pitch, fans may park in overflow parking throughout downtown St. Petersburg. Visit raysbaseball.com/parking to learn more.
- ADA Accessible Parking – Located in Lots 1 and 7 (subject to availability).
- Baseball Looper Trolly – The Baseball Shuttle will operate during the 2023 season. For more information, go to www.loopertrolley.com/baseball-shuttle.
- Charter Buses – Buses may drop off passengers along 4th Avenue S. near Gate 3. Buses can park for free on 2nd Avenue S. between 9th and 10th Streets (subject to availability).
- Electric Vehicles - Charging stations are located in Lot 7 and Lot 5 and is first-come, first-served.
- Prepaid Parking – Convenient prepaid parking is available on a single-game basis based on availability in Lots 1, 2 & 5. Prepaid parking can be purchase in advance of the game on raysbaseball.com/parking
- Overflow Parking - Rays prepaid parking often sells out. If Rays lots sell out before the first pitch, fans may park in overflow parking throughout downtown St. Petersburg. Non Rays owned lot options can be found here.
- Rideshare – Pickup is located on 4th Avenue S. by the lot 7 entrance/exit
- RVs/Campers/Large Vans – Parking for RVs, campers, and large vans is 2x the general parking rate for each game. Recreational Vehicles are not permitted to park overnight on Tropicana Field property. Upon arrival, accommodations can be made for these vehicles on a game-to-game basis; however, in general, they must park in the same location as buses on 2nd Avenue S. between 9th and 10th Streets.
- Season Member Parking - Rays Season Members may purchase discounted parking in Lots 1, 2, 3, 5 & 6, based on availability. Visit raysbaseball.com/parking for more information.
- Taxis - Taxis can be called upon at any Guest Services location (Gates 1, 3 and 4. Drop off is on Tropicana Drive in front of Gate 4. Pick up is on 16th Street, South of 4th Avenue S.
- Tropicana Drive - Tropicana Drive is located in front of Gate 4. It is a one-way drive, with the entrance on 16th Street S. and the exit onto 4th Avenue S. The drive is reserved as a drop-off and pick-up point for fans with accessibility needs and drop-off for rideshare vehicles.
Batting and infield practice are taken at the discretion of each team and are subject to change. Access to the seating bowl to watch practice opens 90 minutes prior to game time for all games.
The Tampa Bay Rays are committed to enabling a safe and fun ballpark experience. All of the items listed below are prohibited from Tropicana Field.
- Backpacks, coolers and bags of any kind exceeding 16" x 8"
- Alcoholic beverages
- Weapons of any kind, including firearms, knives, and chemical sprays larger than .5 ounce.
- Fireworks or other explosives
- Items that could be projectiles
- Cameras with lenses longer than 12”
- Bullhorns, percussion instruments, airhorns and other excessively loud noisemakers
- Brooms longer than 3’
- Anything that can obstruct the view of other fans
- Wrapped packages
- Footwear with wheels
- Any item deemed to pose risk to the health or safety of others
- Prohibited items will not be stored. If you have any of these items with you, they may be returned to your vehicle or discarded.
Rays Radio broadcasts on 95.3 WDAE / 620 AM all season. Every Rays game can be heard on the MLB app, SiriusXM and iHeart Radio for fans in Pinellas, Hillsborough, and Pasco Counties. Rays Radio can be heard in Spanish on the MLB app 150+ games, plus Monday-Thursday on Genesis 680 / 92.9 FM, and weekends on Caliente 96.1 / 101.5 / 1470 AM.
RADIOS, TVs, LAPTOPS, TABLETS
Radios and TVs 16" x 16" x 8" or smaller are permitted inside the ballpark. If any of these items interfere with a guest's enjoyment of the game, the devices must be turned off. The Rays flagship radio station is 620 WDAE, and can be received inside Tropicana Field.
50/50 CHARITY RAFFLE
You could win big! Through the Rays Baseball Foundation 50/50 Raffle, one lucky fan at each Rays home game walks away with a cash prize and helps fund charitable programs. Look for kiosks around the ballpark for your chance to win. Fans in the state of Florida can visit raysbaseball.com/5050 to play at home. Winners are announced during the 8th inning.
The Ray Team is the entertainment team of the Tampa Bay Rays. They can be found at Tropicana Field during games and at community events in Tampa Bay throughout the year. See team captains and Ray Team bios here.
RAYS BAY REPUBLIC TEAM STORE
Monday - Friday: 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Saturday: 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Sunday: Closed (hours vary on game days)
Can’t make it to the store? Orders can be placed by calling (727) 342-5731 or emailing [email protected] with curbside pickup and shipping options available to customers.
Season members receive a 20% discount on merchandise when using Rays Pay via the MLB Ballpark app. Rays Pay Mobile barcodes should be presented and scanned at the merchandise location to receive the discount. For more information on Rays Pay, please visit raysbaseball.com/mobile.
The Rays Rookies Kids Club is the official youth fan club of the Tampa Bay Rays. Choose from an MVP or All-Star membership. The MVP membership is available for only $40 and includes a free kids meal* at every home game, 50% off tickets for select home games, a backpack, a snapback hat, and Rays Rookies membership patch. All-Star memberships are free and members receive a Rays Rookies membership patch, special ticket offers, and access to exclusive events. Sign up at RaysBaseball.com/RaysRookies.
RAYS TOUCH EXPERIENCE
The Rays Touch Experience is the first of its kind at a professional sports venue. The 35-foot, 10,000-gallon exhibit is located just beyond the right-center field fence at Tropicana Field. More Info
All levels have accessible restrooms, all-gender restrooms and changing stations.
- 100 Level Infield: 101-103, 104-110, 107-109, 121-123, 122-124
- 100 Level Outfield: 137-139, 140-144, 143-147, 148-150
- 200 Level: 206-208, 207-209, 214-216, 215-217
- Rays Party Deck: 345-347
- Club Level: Next to Suite 57, third base side, first base side next to Stair 11 (Gate 2)
- DEX Imaging Home Plate Club
- AeroVanti Club
- 100 Level Infield: 111-113, 112-114, 125-127, 126-128
- 100 Level Outfield: 135-137, 136-138, 140-142, 145-147, 146-148, 149
- 200 Level: 206-208, 207-209, 214-216, 215-217
- Rays Party Deck: 345-347
- Club Level: Next to Suite 57, third base side, first base side, next to Stair 11 (Gate 2)
- DEX Imaging Home Plate Club
- AeroVanti Club
All Gender Restrooms:
- 100 Level: 102-104, 114-116, 121-123
- Home Plate Club
- Republic Bank Draft Room
- Left Field Meeting Room
- 300 Level: 309-311, 310-312
RUN THE BASES
Kids can Run the Bases after every Sunday home game. See instructions on the video board regarding where to queue to enter the field at the conclusion of the game.
Fans who wish to send a special message to someone at a Rays game on Rays Vision should go to raysbaseball.com/scoreboard for all available options. You can also email [email protected] for more information.
As a Rays Season Member, you have the option to choose which Season Membership best suits your needs: Flexible Season Membership or a Traditional Season Membership. Both options feature the same great benefits.
Season Memberships are available for sale over the phone, in-person and at raysbaseball.com. Please call 888-FAN-RAYS or email [email protected] for more information on Season Memberships.
Even-numbered sections are on the first base/right field side of Tropicana Field's seating bowl. Odd-numbered sections are on the third base/left field side of Tropicana Field's seating bowl. When sitting in your seats and looking at the field, seat No. 1 is to the left in all sections.
Through consultation with the University of South Florida’s Center for Autism and Related Disabilities (CARD), the Sensory Room was designed to provide a safe space for anyone with sensory processing needs. You will find many fun items in this room that provide a safe and relaxing environment, while stimulating or calming specific senses. For more information, please visit raysbaseball.com/sensory-room.
Experience checkout-free shopping at the Shortstop at the Budweiser Porch. Simply tap or insert a credit card or scan your QR code via the Rays Pay Wallet to enter. Once inside, simply pick out your desired items and walk out of the exit. Using AI technology, the Shortstop will track the items that you picked and charge you for them accordingly.
Tropicana Field is a smoke-free facility. Smoking, vaping and tobacco use is not permitted on the property. The use of all tobacco products (City Ordinance Section 20-124) and e-cigarettes is prohibited. There are no “Smoking Areas” inside or outside the ballpark.
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The solicitation of contributions and the distribution of literature on property inside or outside the building are prohibited.
Following a joint assessment of the damage to Charlotte Sports Park caused by Hurricane Ian, Charlotte County and the Rays determined the facility is unable to host this year’s spring training games. For the 2023 spring training season, all remaining spring training home games will be played at Tropicana Field.
For more information, visit raysbaseball.com/spring. You may also e-mail [email protected] or contact 888-FAN-RAYS
Strollers are permitted inside Tropicana Field, provided they can be stored beneath a seat during the game. Strollers may not block walkways or aisles. If it cannot fit beneath your seat, a stroller must be checked at Guest Services at Gates 1 or 3, or in the 3rd base food hall under the escalator. The Tampa Bay Rays are not responsible for lost or damaged strollers. Strollers are prohibited from escalators.
Whether you are looking for that one-of-a-kind experience for friends and family or making that grand impression on your clients, our various suites are able to cater to every group. From intimate 16 person suites to larger group suites for up to 48 people, be assured each will provide unique amenities and lasting memories.
For more information see raysbaseball.com/suites, email [email protected] or call 727-825-3406.
A fast, easy and convenient bus rapid transit route with a stop on the north side of Tropicana Field. The SunRunner runs every 15 minutes from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. and every 30 minutes from 8 p.m. to midnight. For more information, visit https://www.psta.net/about-psta/projects/sunrunner/.
TAILGATING & GRILLING
Tailgating is permitted at Tropicana Field. Parking lots open three hours before first pitch. Charcoal grills are prohibited. Tailgating guests cannot take up multiple parking spots or block the drive lane.
Bally Sports Sun broadcasts 160 Rays regular season games. See the Rays Broadcast Schedule for the latest Rays baseball TV schedule information.
Keep Tropicana Field fan friendly! If you need assistance or have questions, please text "Rays" and your issue and location to 69050.
Umbrellas are permitted inside the ballpark and must be placed under a seat. Umbrella bags are available at gates when necessary.
No person admitted to the ballpark shall transmit or aid in the transmission of any description, account, picture or reproduction of any baseball game (including pregame or postgame activities) or other events conducted at Tropicana Field, unless expressly authorized by the Tampa Bay Rays.
Water fountains are available throughout Tropicana Field.
The Rays are proud to provide a wheelchair transport service. The Rolling Rays are available at Gates 1 and 5 on a first-come, first-served basis. Wheelchair assistance is provided from the gate to your seat upon arrival and from your seat to the gate at the end of the game. Wheelchair transporters are not allowed to leave Tropicana Field to pick-up or deliver patrons outside of the gates. Wheelchairs are not available for rent or borrow for any portion of the game.