With a month to go before Opening Day, the Tampa Bay Rays have rolled out a trio of new ticket packages available to fans this season. The new plans vary in price and offerings but are aimed to draw in as many fans as possible in 2020 for a relatively low cost trip.
“We are proud to continue to offer flexible and affordable ticket options for our fans,” said Rays President Matt Silverman in an official release. “These refreshed offerings, including the exciting Rays Win pack, give fans even more ways to enjoy games and support the team at Tropicana Field.”
The team is offering a Ballpark Pass, which grants standing room tickets for every Rays home game this season. There are no game restrictions with this plan, unlike the Minnesota Twins‘ similar plan, which excludes their home opener. Fans who opt into the Ballpark Pass will be charged a $36 monthly fee for the entirety of the regular season.
While the team deems the Ballpark Pass as a “flexible and affordable way for fans to experience as many Rays home games as their schedules allow,” their other two packages are more exclusive. First up is the Win Pack, a $99 package that grants tickets to four regular season games. However, ticket holders who attend four games that Tampa Bay wins will receive a voucher to attend another home game for free. This will continue for every selected game that the Rays win. The final plan is the Rays Flex Pack, which includes five lower level tickets for $99 per pack.
The Rays Opening Day clash with the Pittsburgh Pirates is not restricted among any of the three ticket plans.
All ticket plans are available while supplies last. Packages can be purchased here or on the MLB Ballpark app beginning February 24 at 10 a.m.