The home opener hits Rogers Centre on July 30. ⚾️
If you weren't part of the lucky few who snagged tickets to the Toronto Blue Jays home opener game next week, some scalped tickets are already out-of-the-park expensive.
Tickets went on sale to the general public early on Thursday morning at 10:00 a.m. and could have been bought either online or directly through the Jays' ticket office. Resale tickets on StubHub range widely starting at the high price of $183 to something even more exorbitant at $11,910 a ticket.
The pair of $11,190 tickets for sale are field level, in the 108 section of right field, but tickets all around the stadium are going for upwards of $2,000 as well.
According to MLB, the club will host a maximum of 15,000 fans and only in the 100 and 200 levels in order to accommodate physical distancing within the stadium.
The Jays are also gifting 250 tickets to frontline workers as a token of their appreciation for all of their hard work and efforts throughout the pandemic.
Toronto's beloved baseball team is finally playing their first proper home game this season on Friday, July 30, which will be the first pro baseball game in the 6ix since September of 2019. They play against the Kansas City Royals at 7:07 p.m.
There are a few standard tickets still left on sale on Ticketmaster for the following Jays game on July 31 at a cool price of $466 a ticket.
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