Rogers Centre, Toronto

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About Rogers Centre, Toronto

Rogers Centre, Toronto - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: 1 Blue Jays Way, Toronto, ON M5V 1J1, Canada

Phone: +1-4163411000

Ticket Price: 16 USD

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This is a multipurpose stadium for seating for roughly 50,000 people. Since it opened in 1989, every imaginable sport has been played here - baseball, football, basketball, rugby, soccer, wrestling, ice skating. It’s also a popular place for concerts, auto shows and other exhibitions. It is one of the best stadiums in the country. Contact the stadium management for a behind the scenes tour of the stadium highlights.

Rogers Centre Information

  • Check stadium website for upcoming events.

Rogers Centre Ticket Prices

Rogers Centre Tour Experience Pricing:

  • Adults: $16.00
  • Seniors (65 +): $12.00
  • Youth (12 - 17): $12.00
  • Children (5 - 11): $10.00

Ticket prices depend on the seats, the times, and the event

Rogers Centre Opening and Closing Hours

Box office hours

  • Tuesday - Saturday: 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm.
  • Sunday & Monday:  Closed
  • Box Office opens at 10:00 am on event days

Hours given here are for the box office. Show times vary by event.

How To reach Rogers Centre by Public Transport

  • Streetcars 317, 509, 510 stop Queens Quay w at Harbourfront Centre
  • Union Station
  • Subway 1 stop St Andrew Station
  • Buses 6, 72, 97, 320 stop Bay St at Harbour St South Side (Toronto Island Ferry)

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Rogers Centre, Toronto Reviews - Write a Review

  • Great stadium, with an amazing ball club. Atmosphere is great when Jays are winning... down seasons can tend to be more subdued. Recent great years again has sparked a new generation and atmosphere in the Dome. Flight Deck is a great place in the outfield every ticket has access to. Great for standing with groups... fills up fast! Food & beer getting better, but still quite pricey. Giveaways are pretty good, but usually have to line up early! Being in the Dome when it is opening or closing is still pretty cool... but usually done before/after fans are there except some times with quickly changing weather.

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  • Rogers needs better baseball atmosphere. Something unique for baseball.where is the hall of fame? Why no baseball statutes outside the rogers? Right now it is bland and bare and I would not know I am in a baseball stadium. There are no unique food choices in the stadium. Everything is the same. American stadiums have such interesting food. Would Rogers please spend some money on improving this stadium and give baseball fans a real baseball experience? The rewards would be huge.

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  • My stay here was amazing. Upgraded suite with catered breakfast. The bar over looks the stadium. If there is a game on that night, you can go wrong. Clean rooms. Great staff. Good food and drinks. I would definitely go back again.

  • Amazing ball game! Been waiting to go back since 2007! And was not disappointed! Great staff! But beer prices will hit your wallet pretty hard!

  • Visited for a Jays game and had an amazing time! We had seats in row 3 by first base and the views were incredible. Stadium is very clean and there are so many food options! I also loved that I could bring in my own food and water from home. It was a nice sunny day so they had the dome open which was also awesome - do bring sun screen though! The only downsides are that food prices are high but that's to be expected. Seats were also not the most comfortable and pretty tight. Lastly, parking was pricey! ($40!!!) and a little difficult to navigate. Overall experience was fantastic. I definitely recommend coming to a Jays game at least once if you live in the 6!

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