The Tampa Bay Rays have announced ticket information for Spring Training games at Charlotte Sports Park.
2021 Rays Spring Training tickets went on sale to the general public Friday, February 26 at 10 a.m.
Tickets are available in the MLB Ballpark app and at RaysBaseball.com. The MLB Ballpark app is available for free download in both the App Store and Google Play.
Spring Training Season Ticket Holders have access, based upon their tenure as a Season Ticket Holder, to purchase tickets at a 10 percent discount off single-game pricing through an exclusive online presale. Spring Training Season Ticket Holders will receive an email with additional information.
Tickets will be available in socially distant seating pods in increments of two or four seats and face masks will be required at all times except while actively eating or drinking in your seat.
To accommodate six or more feet of separation between pods, the capacity of Charlotte Sports Park will be limited for Spring Training. As a result, Season Tickets will not be available for 2021 Spring Training.
Per Major League Baseball’s 2021 guidelines and consistent across all of Spring Training, games from February 28–March 13 will be scheduled as seven-inning games, though they can be shortened to five innings or lengthened to nine innings upon mutual agreement of both managers.
Games from March 14-30 will be scheduled for nine innings, though managers can mutually decide to shorten to seven innings.
Tickets for all 2021 Rays Spring Training home games are exclusively available in the Ballpark app on a mobile device. Paper tickets, including print-at-home and PDF versions, are not available or accepted. Information on using mobile tickets is available at RaysBaseball.com/Mobile.
In order to cut down on contact in the parking lots and to make entering as smooth as possible, parking will be complimentary in the Main Lot at Charlotte Sports Park for the 2021 Spring Training season.
For a full list of measures taken to ensure fan and staff safety at Charlotte Sports Park, visit RaysBaseball.com/spring.