Thanks for visiting. The free offer ended way back in September 2006. It’s fair to say that you may be a tiny bit late 🙂
While I can’t provide a free seat, I’ll do my best to give you a few pointers for scoring some discount seats.
The top two avenues for purchasing Toronto Blue Jays tickets are
a) Official Website
b) brokers / sellers
A) BlueJays.com is the official website of the Jays. The site features schedules, promotions and more. But be forewarned, the Jays rarely discount seats. The promotions are usually for free stuff (subway bag, bobblehead) or for purchasers of ‘Flex Packs’, which consist to 10+ tickets. The official site is a good way to grab seats if you’re in a hurry. Purchases can be mailed to you, printed off (for a fee) or picked up at will-call
B) Ticket brokers are resellers. They include sites like Stub Hub and auction/personal sites such as Ebay, Kijiji. The main advantage to purchasing from a broker is cost and selection of seats. Since the Jays aren’t the hottest ticket in the T-Dot, one can usually find great seats at a significant discount vs the face value price.
If possible avoid the lower level corner seats. Pretty much anything past the 1st base or 3rd base bag to the outfield. While they are low, the aisles aren’t steep enough. People walking bye will constantly get in the way and can even ruin games.
If you have a family I’d avoid the 500 level. The Rogers Centre has lives up to its reputation as a drunk tank on the weekends (and especially in the 500 level). If at all possible opt for the family section seats or anywhere in the outfield 100’s.
Original 2006 Free Jays Tickets Post:
Free Toronto Blue Jays Tickets
Interested in showing the Blue Jays your appreciation for their season? Then head over to BlueJays.MLB.com, and sign up for a pair of FREE tickets. The tickets will be for the September 25 game against the Boston Red Sox; the last home game of the season. Simply enter your delivery information, and answer three short questions, and they’re yours!