Rays Press Release
Rays encourage fans to attend "One More Game" as pennant race begins
Rays Partner With WDAE, Tampa Bay Times on Ticket Specials; Fans Purchasing 4 or More Tickets on raysbaseball.com Receive 10% Off
The Tampa Bay Rays, in partnership with WDAE 620 AM/95.3 FM, have announced 1,000 lower level seats at Tropicana Field will be available online through raysbaseball.com for $9.53 for every remaining home game this season. In addition, the Tampa Bay Times will offer buy two, get two free outfield seats for all remaining Tuesday home games beginning with the Rays-Mariners game on August 13. This offer is available online through raysbaseball.com via coupons that will be appearing regularly in the Times.
The Rays have also announced a second $2 Kids Night for Wednesday, August 14 when the Rays take on the Seattle Mariners. With an online purchase of one full-priced ticket to the 7:10 p.m. game, fans can purchase up to three tickets for kids ages 2-14 for just $2 each in select locations. This game will also feature free parking for cars with four or more passengers. The first of these dates drew 25,095 fans, including approximately 9,700 through the kids discounted tickets program, for the Rays-Diamondbacks game on July 31.
For the remainder of the regular season, fans who buy four or more tickets to a Rays home game through raysbaseball.com will receive 10 percent off face value.
"All of us at the Rays have been excited by the way the team has performed and the way our fans have responded," said Rays President Matt Silverman. "This second half push is designed to get all Rays fans out to the ballpark for 'One More Game.' We're grateful to our partners WDAE and the Tampa Bay Times for helping bring all this together."
In their weekend series at Tropicana Field against the defending World Series Champion San Francisco Giants, the Rays averaged 28,700 fans for the three games, their best attended three-game home series since April 6-8, 2012. The Rays twice drew 30,000 against the Giants, running their record to 48-16 when playing in front of regular season home crowds of 30,000 or more since 2008.
"It does make a difference for us," said Rays Manager Joe Maddon after the Giants series. "I think we've entertained them very well the last couple games and actually the entire season, especially at home. It's great to see them out there. Keep on coming."
The ticket specials described above are available through the official site of the Tampa Bay Rays at raysbaseball.com. For ticketing information, go to raysbaseball.com or 1-888-FAN-RAYS.