Tampa Bay Rays Home Plate Club

The Tampa Bay Rays Home Plate Club is the most expensive section at Tropicana Field. The Tropicana Field seating chart shows the Rays Home Plate Club just behind home plate in the best position in the ballpark.

The Tampa Bay Rays Home Plate Club is advertised as the best seat in baseball. Fans sitting in the front row of the Rays Home Plate Club are actually closer to home plate than the pitcher is. There are 185 total seats throughout the Rays Home Plate Club. All Rays Home Plate Club ticket holders receive full access to the Bank Club private lounge and dining area with included buffet and bar service. The Home Plate Club is rare among Major League Baseball because it includes unlimited beer and wine in addition to gourmet food and soda. Season ticket owners also receive free parking in the VIP lot and a dedicated customer service team provided by the Rays.

Baseball fans should examine the Tampa Bay Rays seating chart and consider Rays tickets in the Rays Home Plate Club, Rays Hancock Bank Club, Rays Fieldside Boxes, Rays Lower Infield Boxes, Rays Lower Boxes, Rays Press Level, Rays Baseline Boxes, Rays Outfield, Rays Upper Boxes, Rays Upper Reserved, and Rays Party Deck.

Due to the small number of seats available throughout the seating area, it is very rare to see any Rays Home Plate Club tickets sold on the secondary market. The price of Rays tickets changes each year, but the Home Plate Club remains the most expensive seating area. Since nearly all of the Home Plate Club seats are owned by long-time Rays season ticket holders, it is unlikely fans looking for a single game ticket will be able to purchase a ticket for the Home Plate Club from either the team or secondary market ticket brokers. The Rays only sell tickets for the Home Plate Club in full-season packages with no single game tickets offered to normal purchasers.

Tampa Bay Rays Home Plate Club

Tampa Bay Rays Home Plate Club
View from the Tampa Bay Rays Home Plate Club at Tropicana Field
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