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Rays Wild Card tickets on sale Friday

Rays fans show their support during a game earlier this season against the Blue Jays at Tropicana Field.

JAMES BORCHUCK | Times

Rays fans show their support during a game earlier this season against the Blue Jays at Tropicana Field.

Tickets for a potential AL Wild Card game at Tropicana Field, tentatively scheduled for next Wednesday, will go on sale at 1 p.m. Friday at raysbaseball.com, according to the team.

The Rays would host the Wild Card game if they end up with the best record among the remaining three contenders (along with Cleveland and Texas). Should the Rays wind up tied with the Indians, the Wild Card game would be at the Trop. If they are tied with the Rangers, that game would be in Texas.

If the game is not sold out by Tuesday, the remaining tickets would become available at 10 a.m. at the Tropicana Field Box Office, Rays Tampa Store (400 N. Tampa Street in Downtown Tampa), all Ticketmaster locations and by calling 888-FAN-RAYS.

The winners of the Rays Wild Card Ticket Opportunity will be notified via email tonightwith details regarding their opportunity to purchase Wild Card tickets in advance.

Fans can still register for future Rays Postseason Ticket Opportunities on raysbaseball.com for the opportunity to purchase tickets to post-season games beyond the Wild Card game. Registration is free. Fans only need to enter once in order to be eligible for all future Postseason Ticket Opportunity drawings.

In the event that the Wild Card game is not played at Tropicana Field, all credit cards will be automatically refunded. For more information, call 888-FAN-RAYS or visit raysbaseball.com.

Rays Wild Card tickets on sale Friday 09/26/13 [Last modified: Thursday, September 26, 2013 1:29pm]
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