By on September 15, 2011

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE courtesy of the Toronto Blue Jays

No ticket price increases for 2012
Season tickets now available
            The TORONTO BLUE JAYS will open the 2012 Championship Season on the road in Cleveland on Thursday April 5 against the Indians. The 2012 season will mark Toronto’s 36th season in the American League.
            The Blue Jays will then head north after the opening series in Cleveland for the 2012 Honda HOME OPENER on Monday, April 9 against the Boston Red Sox at 7:07pm.  The first homestand of the season will feature nine games over 11 days against AL East rivals the Boston Red Sox (April 9-11), the Baltimore Orioles (April 13-15) and the Tampa Bay Rays (April 17-19).
Fans looking to join the Blue Jays in 2012 now have the ability to purchase Season Tickets starting today by contacting the Ticket Sales Department at 1-888-OK-GO-JAY, 416-341-1234 or Special incentives to those subscribers who are paid in full by December 2 will be offered again this season. Fans are asked to contact the club for details.  Single game ticket sales will not begin until February 17. 
The Blue Jays are pleased to announce that ticket prices will remain constant and there will be no increase in prices for 2012.
            Interleague play will see the New York Mets (May 18-20), Washington Nationals (June 11-13) and Philadelphia Phillies (June 15-17) make the excursion to Toronto during the 2012 season. This marks the first trip to Toronto for the Mets since 2006, while the Nationals return for the first time since 2007. The Blue Jays will play nine road contests in Interleague play, featuring games against the Atlanta Braves (June 8-10), Milwaukee Brewers (June 18-20) and Miami Marlins (June 22-24).
            The complete 2012 schedule is available on  Please note that all dates and times are subject to change.

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