Tampa Bay Rays Tickets

With a disappointing 2016, the Tampa Bay Rays are looking to have a winning 2017 season. With players like Evan Longoria, Chris Archer, Kevin Kiermaier, and more the Rays can be an under looked playoff contender. Don’t miss out on the great baseball action at Tropicana Field and get the cheapest Tampa Bay Rays tickets on Rukkus!

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How do I get the best Tampa Bay Rays tickets?

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Where are my seats at Tropicana Field

Using Rukkus’ user friendly and interactive maps feature, you can easily see where in Tropicana Field your purchased seats are. Whether you are sitting behind home plate, next to third base, or in the outfield bleachers, Rukkus’ dynamic map of Tropicana Field allows you to see exactly where your seats will be and the view that you should expect when you arrive at the game.

What makes Tropicana Field special?

Each stadium in the MLB has its own particular icon that makes their venue unique. Tropicana Field is home to one of the MLB’s most recognizable stadium features that truly separates it from any other stadium in the league. Tropicana Field is the only domed stadium in the MLB without a retractable roof, which is held stable by the famed, and often criticized, four catwalks that sit above the field. Tropicana Field is one of four stadiums in the MLB that still has its bullpens located on the field, but in foul territory, often causing much trouble for the fielders, as balls hit in foul territory but in the bullpen are still in play.

How do I buy the best away tickets for Rays?

If you are looking to buy away tickets for Rays, Rukkus has you covered with the best tickets even if the game is not being played at Tropicana Field. No matter the venue, Rukkus has access to tickets from across the web in order to find you the best deals. Regardless of whether the game is home or away, rest assured that we always guarantee every ticket sold.

When do Rays tickets go on sale?

The best way to find out when Rays tickets go on sale is to go directly to the Rays page and look over their event schedule. All of their tickets that are for sale will be listed by the date of the game. The Tampa Bay Rays play every day of the week, so finding cheap tickets for sale at Tropicana Field during the week or even for games on weekends is very easy through the Rukkus app.

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Since Rukkus is able to search hundreds of sites for Tampa Bay Rays tickets, we are always able to provide cheap tickets for Rays fans. If you are looking for the game tonight or today, feel free to search our site for the best seats at Tropicana Field. Last minute sales can also be a great way to attend a game, that is happening tonight, at a discount.

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2016 Rays Outlook

The Tampa Bay Rays had a disappointing 2015 season as they finished 4th in the AL East standings. But this season in 2016, the Rays could be primed to compete for a playoff spot in the AL East. The Rays will need a huge output from All Star Evan Longoria at 3rd base and dominate pitching from Chris Archer and Matt Moore in order to make it to the playoffs.

Tampa Bay Rays Ticket Information

An incredible evening of captivating MLB action awaits you at a Tampa Bay Rays game. The crowd at Tropicana Field is full of energy as their Rays storm the field and speed around the base path. You will experience the intensity of the Tampa Bay crowd as they passionately cheer on their team all game long. Get your tickets right away and take part in this fantastic event!



The Tampa Bay Rays are a young team filled with promising young players. Many of these fine players have been drafted and developed in the Rays’ system, so passionate fans of Florida baseball know them well. The athleticism and pure talent of this Rays team is on display during every game. Don’t miss your chance to experience the spectacular baseball this Rays team has to offer!

Captivating baseball on the diamond will keep you entertained, and the beautiful stadium facility will keep you coming back for more. Opened in 1990, Tropicana Park comfortably hosts over 30,000 fans for baseball games. There isn’t a bad seat in the house! Conveniently located in St. Petersburg, Florida, there is never a lack of activities on game days. From tail gating in nearby parking lots to partying in downtown Tampa, a Rays game is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

World-class baseball, a fantastic stadium facility, and an electric atmosphere come standard with a trip to Tropicana Field. The Tampa Bay Rays provide entertainment for thousands when they take the field. Come join your fellow Rays fans as they cheer on their team for a day filled with thrilling MLB action. Get your Rays tickets today!

Rays of Hope: A Brief History of the Tampa Bay Rays

The Tampa Bay Rays have recovered from an initial decade of futility to become a well-respected franchise noted for their commitment to salary cap management, player development and advanced analytics. The Rays have embraced the challenges faced by small market clubs and made it to the postseason in four of the past seven seasons. While they have yet to reach their ultimate goal of a World Series title, the Rays have provided an interesting model for other small market franchises to follow.

Tampa Bay had pursued acquiring an MLB franchise for the area for over three decades. Countless flirtations were never consummated and the area remained a bridesmaid that was used as a pawn for existing clubs to strike better deals to remain in their home cities. On March 9, 1995 an ownership group led by Vince Naimoli was approved and Tampa Bay was granted an expansion franchise to begin play in the 1998 season. The team was introduced as the Tampa Bay Devil Rays and would call Tropicana Field home, where they continue to play their home games.

An expansion draft was organized to allocate players to the Rays and the other expansion franchise of 1998, the Arizona Diamondbacks. Key picks for the Rays would include P Tony Saunders and OFs Quinton McCracken and Bubba Trammell. Additional transactions saw the Rays acquire the rights to 3B Wade Boggs and 1B Fred McGriff. The club was poised to field an interesting mix of veterans and up and coming youngsters.

The Tampa Bay Devil Rays took the field to open the 1998 season and the fans turned out in droves as they surpassed 2.5 million fans for their maiden campaign. Overwhelming support would not correlate to on-field success, and the Rays struggled to a finish of 63-99 and finish last in their division. The cellar would become all too familiar to the Rays and their fans as the club finished 5th in their division for nine of their first ten seasons. The lone exception for this period was the 2004 season, when they finished 70-91 – good for fourth place.

Things had to change, and a new ownership group led by Wall Street investor Stuart Sternberg purchased control of the team in 2004. Sternberg and his team of financial industry veterans employed similar strategies through which they had garnered success on Wall Street. By quantifying and analyzing information, the team was able to boil down the recipe for success into a few key components that would serve as the guiding principles for the Rays moving forward. Information was king and they were able to develop a model which became the key to developing a value based mindset.

Front office changes led to a full culture change and the Rays took it a step further entering the 2008 season. Going forward, the Rays would drop the Devil from their name and become simply known as the Tampa Bay Rays. Third year manager Joe Maddon had slowly improved the foundation in prior seasons and optimism was high that the Rays may be finally turning the corner. An expected season of improvement turned into one of the most shocking turnarounds in Major League Baseball history.

Behind the bat of 3B Evan Longoria and the pitching prowess of P James Shields, the Rays stormed to a record of 97-65 and first place in the AL East. From laughingstock to the playoffs, the Rays had arrived and attendance spiked to close to 1.8 million fans for the 2008 season. Their strong play continued into the postseason as they defeated the Chicago White Sox 3-1 in the opening round before taking a thrilling seven game series from the Boston Red Sox in the ALCS. The Cinderella season came to a close in the World Series against the Philadelphia Phillies with the Rays falling in five games.

The Rays had quickly transformed into contenders and intended to stay there. An organizational philosophy of developing young talent and shipping them out for additional assets created a constant cycle of interchangeable parts for Manager Joe Maddon to work with. Maddon managed it beautifully, taking home Manager of the Year honors in both 2008 and 2011. The Rays were competitive in 2009 but took a slight step backward and missed the postseason before returning in the following two seasons. 2010 would see the Rays fall to the Texas Rangers in the opening round 3-2, while in 2011 they would fall to the same Rangers – this time 3-1.

Another postseason miss in 2012 was followed by the usual organization reshuffling of talent. P James Shields was shipped out for prospects but the team signed franchise stalwart Longoria to a six-year, $100 million contract extension. Another magical ride through 2012 saw the Rays finish with a record of 92-71, good for 2nd in the division but tied with the Cleveland Indians for the Wild Card spot. A one-game tie-breaker was held in Cleveland on October 2, 2013. Rays P Alex Cobb pitched 6 2/3 shutout innings and OF Delmon Young belted a third inning HR as the Rays went on to win 4-0. The Rays would go on to play the Boston Red Sox in the opening round, losing 3 games to 1.

2014 saw the Rays finish the season under .500 for the first time since 2007. Joe Maddon would exit in October to accept an offer with the Chicago Cubs. New Manager Kevin Cash inherits a squad that is an interesting mix. Veterans Longoria and OF Desmond Jennings will lead a team which includes the up and coming SS Tim Beckham and OFs Kevin Kiermaier and Steven Souza. An intriguing pitching staff led by Cobb promises to keep the Rays competitive this year as they battle to get back to the postseason. As always, the Rays Republic will cheer on their beloved Rays from the friendly confines of Tropicana Field. Continuing their commitment to developing youngsters and sticking to their plan should insure the Trop is rocking for years to come.

Tampa Bay Rays Lineup

  • Chris Archer
  • Grant Balfour
  • Jeff Beliveau
  • Brad Boxberger
  • Alex Cobb
  • Alex Colome
  • Steven Geltz
  • Brandon Gomes
  • Jeremy Hellickson
  • Nathan Karns
  • Jake McGee
  • Mike Montgomery
  • Matt Moore DL60
  • Jake Odorizzi
  • Joel Peralta
  • Cesar Ramos
  • C.J. Riefenhauser
  • Enny Romero
  • Drew Smyly
  • Kirby Yates
  • Curt Casali
  • Ryan Hanigan
  • Jose Molina
  • Tim Beckham
  • Vince Belnome
  • Yunel Escobar
  • Cole Figueroa
  • Logan Forsythe
  • Nick Franklin
  • Hak-Ju Lee
  • James Loney
  • Evan Longoria
  • Sean Rodriguez
  • Ben Zobrist
  • Brandon Guyer
  • Desmond Jennings
  • Matt Joyce
  • Kevin Kiermaier
  • Wil Myers
  • Jerry Sands DL60
  • David DeJesus

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Tampa Bay Rays Ticket Prices

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High: $191.00

Cheap Tampa Bay Rays Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$1.00 Tampa Bay Rays at Los Angeles Dodgers — 07/27/2016
Dodger Stadium; Los Angeles, CA
$1.00 Tampa Bay Rays at Toronto Blue Jays — 05/18/2016
Rogers Centre; Toronto, ON
$2.00 Tampa Bay Rays at Detroit Tigers — 09/09/2015
Comerica Park; Detroit, MI
$2.00 Tampa Bay Rays at Chicago White Sox — 09/26/2016
U.S. Cellular Field; Chicago, IL
$2.00 Tampa Bay Rays at Toronto Blue Jays — 09/14/2016
Rogers Centre; Toronto, ON
$2.00 Tampa Bay Rays at Detroit Tigers — 09/08/2015
Comerica Park; Detroit, MI
$2.00 Tampa Bay Rays at Toronto Blue Jays — 05/17/2016
Rogers Centre; Toronto, ON
$2.00 Tampa Bay Rays at Baltimore Orioles — 05/31/2015
Oriole Park At Camden Yards; Baltimore, MD
$2.00 Miami Marlins at Tampa Bay Rays — 09/30/2015
Tropicana Field; St Petersburg, FL
$2.00 Miami Marlins at Tampa Bay Rays — 09/29/2015
Tropicana Field; St Petersburg, FL

Best and Most Expensive Tampa Bay Rays Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$291.00Oakland Athletics at Tampa Bay Rays — 05/14/2016
Tropicana Field; St Petersburg, FL
$191.00Boston Red Sox at Tampa Bay Rays — 07/09/2017
Tropicana Field; St Petersburg, FL
$135.00Tampa Bay Rays at Detroit Tigers — 05/22/2016
Comerica Park; Detroit, MI
$132.00Boston Red Sox at Tampa Bay Rays — 09/12/2015
Tropicana Field; St Petersburg, FL
$123.00Tampa Bay Rays at Chicago Cubs — 07/04/2017
Wrigley Field; Chicago, IL
$122.00Tampa Bay Rays at Baltimore Orioles — 06/25/2016
Oriole Park At Camden Yards; Baltimore, MD
$104.00Baltimore Orioles at Tampa Bay Rays — 07/26/2015
Tropicana Field; St Petersburg, FL
$97.00New York Yankees at Tampa Bay Rays — 09/16/2015
Tropicana Field; St Petersburg, FL
$97.00Detroit Tigers at Tampa Bay Rays — 07/28/2015
Tropicana Field; St Petersburg, FL
$89.00Cleveland Indians at Tampa Bay Rays — 04/14/2016
Tropicana Field; St Petersburg, FL
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