Tampa Bay Rays Lower Boxes

Tampa Bay Rays Lower Boxes are the largest seating area in the bottom level of Tropicana Field. The Tropicana Field seating chart shows the Rays Lower Boxes extending from behind home plate to half-way up each foul line in the outfield.

As the largest seating section in the main level of Tropicana Field, Rays Lower Boxes have a number of different features throughout the seating area. Rays Lower Boxes in the outfield are positioned directly next to the field and allow fans seated in the first few rows a great opportunity to catch a foul ball during Major League Baseball games. Rays Lower Boxes behind home plate are stationed in back of the Rays Avantair Home Plate Club, Rays Fieldside Boxes, and Rays Lower Infield Boxes.

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.

Rays Lower Box tickets are sold as season ticket packages and single game tickets by the team box office. Study the price of Rays tickets first then consider ticket brokers or other ticket providers. Secondary market ticket sellers generally have wider inventory than the Tampa Bay Rays team website or Tropicana Field box office. Since the team sells Rays Lower Box tickets for a steep discount to season ticket holders, individual game tickets are commonly available on the secondary market.

Tampa Bay Rays Lower Boxes

Tampa Bay Rays Lower Boxes
View from the Tampa Bay Rays Lower Boxes at Tropicana Field
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