Tampa Bay Rays Announce ALDS Ticket Information

(via Tampa Bay Rays Communications) - The Tampa Bay Rays have clinched a spot in the American League Division Series with their win last night over the Oakland Athletics. The Rays will now face the Houston Astros in a best-of-five series beginning on Friday, October 4 at 2:05 p.m. ET in Houston. Tickets for Game 3 and Game 4 (if necessary) of the ALDS at Tropicana Field will go on sale at 4 p.m. today, exclusively through RaysBaseball.com. Game 3 is scheduled for Monday, October 7 and Game 4 is scheduled for Tuesday, October 8.

Rays Insider Subscribers, Season Ticket Holders, Corporate Partners and fans selected through the Postseason Ticket Opportunity will receive information this morning about special presale opportunities.

Postseason Need to Know Guide – For official Rays Postseason information, including cash-free and prohibited item policies, gate times, team store hours and parking information, fans are encouraged to visit RaysBaseball.com/needtoknow.

Ticket Delivery – Mobile Only for the Postseason – In an effort to minimize fraudulent tickets and increase efficiency, 2019 Postseason tickets are mobile only. Fans can choose to scan tickets on their smartphone or access them through the free MLB Ballpark App. Paper tickets, including print-at-home and PDF versions, are not available or accepted during the postseason. For information on how to access mobile tickets, fans are encouraged to visit RaysBaseball.com/BallparkApp.

2020 Season Tickets – Fans can reserve 2020 season tickets today and gain access to the 2019 Postseason ticket package. Season Ticket benefits include the best seat locations and access to exclusive events. For more information, visit RaysBaseball.com/seasontickets, call 888-FAN-RAYS or email tickets@raysbaseball.com.

Individual game ticketing details for possible American League Championship Series and World Series games will be announced at a later date. For a full calendar of the 2019 MLB Postseason schedule, visit mlb.com/postseason.

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