Toronto Blue Jays Tickets

The Toronto Blue Jays were one of the hottest teams in the MLB last season but came up short as they fell to the Royals in the ALCS. Led by Jose Bautista and Josh Donaldson, the Blue Jays will look to make a World Series run this year. Don’t miss out on a Blue Jays game at the Rogers Centre and get the cheapest Toronto Blue Jays tickets on Rukkus!

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Where are my seats at Rogers Centre

Using Rukkus’ user friendly and interactive maps feature, you can easily see where in Rogers Centre your purchased seats are. Whether you are sitting behind home plate, next to third base, or in the outfield bleachers, Rukkus’ dynamic map of Rogers Centre 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 Rogers Centre special?

Each stadium in the MLB has its own particular icon that makes their venue unique. The Rogers Centre is home to one of the MLB’s most recognizable stadium features that truly separates it from any other stadium in the league. The Rogers Centre was the first venue to have a fully retractable motorized roof and because of this, is one of two remaining MLB venues using article turf, giving the field a very sleek and clean look to it. Even more fascinating, The Rogers Centre is home to a three hundred forty­eight room hotel attached to it, with seventy rooms actually overlooking the playing field.

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When do Toronto Blue Jays tickets go on sale?

The best way to find out when Blue Jays tickets go on sale is to go directly to the Blue Jays 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 Toronto Blue Jays play every day of the week, so finding cheap tickets for sale at Rogers Centre during the week or even for games on weekends is very easy through the Rukkus app.

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2016 Blue Jays Outlook

The Toronto Blue Jays had a bitter taste at the end of their season in 2015 because they were eliminated in the ALCS by the eventual champs, the Kansas City Royals. But 2016 is a new year and the Blue Jays are out to prove they belong with the best. Although All Star pitcher David Price has departed, the Blue Jays still have quality pieces to their roster like Marcus Stroman, Josh Donaldson, Jose Bautista, and Troy Tulowitzki that could get them to a championship.

Toronto Blue Jays Ticket Information

Toronto Blue Jays baseball games are thrilling live events that keep fans on the edges of their seats all night long. Some of the best athletes in the world are on display at the Rogers Centre as the players take the field. Tremendous speed, dominant pitching and homerun power are all a part of the experience. Get your tickets to see live MLB action now!



The Blue Jays roster is full of players that have tremendous athleticism and skill. The batters show off their power as they launch homeruns over the long fences in the Rogers Centre. With an all-world pitching staff, the “Jays” frustrate their opponents and keep them off of the scoreboard. The players on this team are leaders on and off the field, and are often recognized in community events around the city. Come watch this amazing Blue Jays team in action!

Adding to the excitement of Blue Jays baseball is the terrific stadium facility in Toronto. As the first stadium to have a fully motorized retractable roof, the Rogers Centre is the perfect venue for baseball any day of the year. Situated next to the famous CN Tower in beautiful Toronto, there are always an abundance of activities before and after Blue Jays games. There is no better experience for a baseball fan than to visit lovely Toronto for a Blue Jays game. Grab tickets and head down to the Rogers Centre right away!

Excellent baseball and a lively environment in the crowd combine to make a Toronto Blue Jays game a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Pick up a “Jays” jersey and join the thousands of passionate baseball fans as they flock to the Rogers Centre in anticipation. You have to visit Toronto and join the festivities to be a part of the fun. Pick up your Blue Jays tickets today!

Canadian Royalty: A Brief History of the Toronto Blue Jays

The Toronto Blue Jays are Canada’s lone MLB representative and a member of the AL East Division. The club would call Exhibition Stadium home from the inaugural season until moving to the newly constructed SkyDome in 1989. The Jays enjoyed several seasons of well over 3 million fans in attendance, peaking during the glory years of 1991 through 1993, when the team set records by drawing over 4 million fans. The Jays home field, currently known as the Rogers Centre, has become known for the potential of offensive explosions by both the Jays and visiting clubs.

Similar to other expansion clubs, the Blue Jays would enjoy stellar results at the box office but struggle mightily on the diamond. The Blue Jays finished last in their division for their debut campaign and each of the following four seasons. The fans initial enthusiasm would diminish with attendance dropping from 1.7 million in 1977 to less than 1.3 million in 1982. Signs of life began to appear in the 1982 season as Manager Bobby Cox laid the foundations for future success. The strong arm of P Dave Stieb and the lively bats of 1B Willie Upshaw and OF Lloyd Moseby led the Jays to show continual improvement. The club would finish above .500 in both 1983 and 1984, good for 4th and 2nd place in the division respectively.

Everything came together for the 1985 season and the Jays soared to a record of 99-62, good for 1st place and their 1st AL East Division title. Stieb was joined in the rotation by Ps Doyle Alexander and Jimmy Key to form a solid 1-2-3 punch and a young SS Tony Fernandez and OF George Bell bolstered the offense. The Jays were contenders and their fans north of the border came out in droves, with just under 2.5 million taking in home games. The club was on the cusp of their first World Series berth as they led the Kansas City Royals 3 games to 1 in the ALCS. A heartbreaking collapse ensued and the Jays fell to the Royals in a decisive 7th game. Cox would exit after the ’85 season for a job with the Atlanta Braves and was replaced by Jimy Williams.

The Blue Jays were able to remain competitive and finish above .500 for the next three seasons. The club would move to SkyDome in mid-1989, and the retractable roofed dome would light a spark under the team and set them up for the greatest run in their history. New Manager Cito Gaston, who had taken over for the fired Williams in May, would lead the Jays on a run to their 2nd AL East title and a return to the postseason. The Jays would fall 4 games to 1 to the Oakland A’s in the ALCS but remain right in the thick of things for the next few seasons.

A 2nd place finish in 1990 was followed by a three year run that still stands as one of the greatest stretches in MLB history. Returning to the top of the division in 1991, the Jays would again fall in the ALCS, this time losing to the Minnesota Twins in five games. Interest was at an all-time high, and from 1991 through 1993 the club would not see final year attendance below 3.8 million. A stacked team that featured a bevy of All Stars, the ’92 Jays would roll to a record of 96-66 and another AL East crown. P Jack Morris led the rotation and a potent offense including 2B Roberto Alomar and OF Joe Carter had no trouble producing runs as the team returned to the postseason.

The Jays would not let demons of previous postseason failures affect them as they entered the 1992 playoffs. Another meeting with the Oakland A’s in the ALCS would produce different results as the Jays prevailed in six games to win the AL pennant and earn their first trip to the World Series. The Atlanta Braves were up next and would meet a similar fate, falling in six games to crown the Jays World Series Champions, the first for the team and Canada. Some tweaks in the offseason led to another stacked squad for the 1993 season and the team produced a staggering seven All-stars for the midsummer classic, with Cito Gaston also given the honors of Managing the AL team. The ’93 team would again capture the division and vault into the playoffs. This year’s ALCS would feature a meeting with the Chicago Whites Sox, with the Jays winning in six games to return to the World Series. A thrilling World Series vs. the Philadelphia Phillies followed, with the Blue Jays winning in six games. Key offseason acquisition DH Paul Molitor captured series MVP honors, batting an incredible .500 over the six game series.

Back-to-back World Series crowns in hand, the Jays and their fans hope for a dynasty in the making were not to be. Free agency and father time had other plans and the rest of the division and league would catch up to the Jays. The Jays would finish the season under .500 for each of the next four seasons. Since that time, the Blue Jays have been stuck in the middle of the pack – finishing 3rd in their five team division nine of the past eighteen seasons.

The 2015 Blue Jays roster resembles one of the stacked teams of their glory days. Slugging fan-favorite OF Jose Bautista is joined in the potent lineup by SS Jose Reyes, 3B Josh Donaldson and DH Edwin Encarnacion. All four players offer up tremendous offensive potential and have legitimate All-star caliber talent, the Jays should have no trouble producing runs and lighting up the scoreboard. Rounding out the squad are some promising youngsters and a mix of veterans and young hurlers on the pitching staff. The Jays and their fans are hoping they have found the recipe for success. The Rogers Centre promises to provide a raucous game day atmosphere as the Toronto Blue Jays look to return to the postseason for the first time since 1993.

Toronto Blue Jays Lineup

  • Mark Buehrle
  • Cory Burns
  • Brett Cecil
  • Steve Delabar
  • R.A. Dickey
  • Kyle Drabek
  • Kendall Graveman
  • J.A. Happ
  • Drew Hutchison
  • Colt Hynes
  • Casey Janssen
  • Chad Jenkins DL60
  • Aaron Loup
  • Dustin McGowan
  • Brandon Morrow
  • Sean Nolin
  • Daniel Norris
  • Rob Rasmussen
  • Todd Redmond
  • Aaron Sanchez
  • Marcus Stroman
  • Raul Valdes
  • A.J. Jimenez
  • George Kottaras
  • Dioner Navarro
  • Josh Thole
  • Edwin Encarnacion
  • Juan Francisco
  • Ryan Goins
  • Matt Hague
  • Maicer Izturis DL60
  • Dan Johnson
  • Munenori Kawasaki
  • Brett Lawrie DL60
  • John Mayberry Jr.
  • Jose Reyes
  • Steve Tolleson
  • Danny Valencia
  • Jose Bautista
  • Melky Cabrera DL60
  • Anthony Gose
  • Kevin Pillar
  • Dalton Pompey
  • Colby Rasmus
  • Adam Lind

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Cheap Toronto Blue Jays Tickets

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$1.00 New York Yankees at Toronto Blue Jays — 05/30/2016
Rogers Centre; Toronto, ON
$1.00 Tampa Bay Rays at Toronto Blue Jays — 05/18/2016
Rogers Centre; Toronto, ON
$2.00 New York Yankees at Toronto Blue Jays — 05/31/2016
Rogers Centre; Toronto, ON
$2.00 Tampa Bay Rays at Toronto Blue Jays — 05/17/2016
Rogers Centre; Toronto, ON
$2.00 Toronto Blue Jays at San Francisco Giants — 05/11/2016
AT&T Park; San Francisco, CA
$2.00 Toronto Blue Jays at San Francisco Giants — 05/09/2016
AT&T Park; San Francisco, CA
$2.00 Baltimore Orioles at Toronto Blue Jays — 06/09/2016
Rogers Centre; Toronto, ON
$2.00 Toronto Blue Jays at San Francisco Giants — 05/10/2016
AT&T Park; San Francisco, CA
$2.00 Texas Rangers at Toronto Blue Jays — 05/03/2016
Rogers Centre; Toronto, ON
$2.00 Philadelphia Phillies at Toronto Blue Jays — 06/13/2016
Rogers Centre; Toronto, ON

Best and Most Expensive Toronto Blue Jays Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$11,477.00Boston Red Sox at Toronto Blue Jays — 04/08/2016
Rogers Centre; Toronto, ON
$686.00World Series: New York Mets at Toronto Blue Jays - Game 7 (If Necessary) — 11/04/2015
Rogers Centre; Toronto, ON
$531.00New York Yankees at Toronto Blue Jays — 04/14/2016
Rogers Centre; Toronto, ON
$516.00Toronto Blue Jays at New York Yankees — 09/05/2016
Yankee Stadium; Bronx, NY
$483.00World Series: New York Mets at Toronto Blue Jays - Game 2 (If Necessary) — 10/28/2015
Rogers Centre; Toronto, ON
$419.00World Series: New York Mets at Toronto Blue Jays - Game 6 (If Necessary) — 11/03/2015
Rogers Centre; Toronto, ON
$359.00World Series: New York Mets at Toronto Blue Jays - Game 1 (If Necessary) — 10/27/2015
Rogers Centre; Toronto, ON
$295.00AL Wild Card Tiebreaker: TBD at Toronto Blue Jays - (If Necessary - Date TBD) — 10/05/2015
Rogers Centre; Toronto, ON
$255.00ALDS: Texas Rangers at Toronto Blue Jays - Game 1 — 10/08/2015
Rogers Centre; Toronto, ON
$251.00ALDS: Texas Rangers at Toronto Blue Jays - Game 2 — 10/09/2015
Rogers Centre; Toronto, ON
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