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Does the Blue Jays ever sell out?

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Glenolden, Pa.
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Does the Blue Jays ever sell out?

Hi,

I've just booked 4 days in Toronto in June and we are planning on seeing our home team (Phillies) on Father's Day. I see they are considered a "premium game" and it's also a giveaway day. What I'm wondering is do these games ever sell out? We were planning on seating in the nose-bleed section, so we're not looking for the best seats. Just curious if we're okay on waiting to purchase the tickets the day of the game or if we need to buy them online.

Thanks!

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1. Re: Does the Blue Jays ever sell out?

Being the phillies and a giveaway day it will be a big crowd but probally not a sellout unless Halladay is pitching. Just keep in mind that it is a big stadium and the nosebleeds are definately nosebleeds. I would recommend buying in advance to at least get some better seats. If you are interested in the givaway i believe it is a helmet thet day you must be at the ballpark when the gates open to get one.

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2. Re: Does the Blue Jays ever sell out?

Not likely to sell out but it will be busy if Halladay is on the mound.

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