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We went here for a Toronto Blue Jays game and it was a big disappointment. The facility is run down and has nothing special about it. I realize it is a multi purpose facility but they could do something to make it special to any...More
We arrived early and had hotdogs, popcorn and drinks, all of which were expensive but part of the baseball tradition. We saw the Blue Jays win the game and the crowd/atmosphere were amazing. Wish we could go again!
We had the best time at the Rogers Centre watching the Blue Jays play! This was our first time experiencing a dome and it didn’t disappoint. We got amazing tickets day of for fairly cheap in my opinion and had a great view of the...More
The Blue Jays have not been on their best form for a number of years and yet still the loyal fans come out. Impressive really because I don't find the Rogers Centre to be the most inspiring place to watch a ball game. It is...More
Been here many many times for baseball and concerts. Booze is SUPER expensive as are all venues in town but what are you gonna do 🤷🏻♀️. If you have kids... get the cheap seats in the 500 level as it’s a great time and an...More
Went to the ball game on the weekend. We walked over, the line ups were short too get through security and for good and drinks. You pay a premium for it though, a bag of popcorn is $8. A great venue, we had 100 level...More
Yesterday evening (April 12, 2019), my son and I saw our first Blue Jays game of this season in a game with the first-place Tampa Bay Devils. As usual, we sat in my son’s perennial Season seats right behind Home Plate about 25 rows up....More
We decided last minute to take in a Blue Jays Game last minute on opening weekend and it was great! The crowd was really into the game, we got free blue jays sweatshirts and they won! Keep it up Blue Jays!
I also like the afternoon games--less fans & choice of tickets .Also the CN Tower is right there so enjoy it. Make a reservation for a dinner or lunch was the food and views are great.A little spendy but worth it as how... More
I also like the afternoon games--less fans & choice of tickets .Also the CN Tower is right there so enjoy it. Make a reservation for a dinner or lunch was the food and views are great.A little spendy but worth it as how often do you come. Have lots of fun!
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Well first I guess it would help to know the name of the place! It's the Toronto Marriott City Centre Hotel. Now I can't post links here but if you contact the hotel directly you should be able to get pricing, availability... More
Well first I guess it would help to know the name of the place! It's the Toronto Marriott City Centre Hotel. Now I can't post links here but if you contact the hotel directly you should be able to get pricing, availability etc. As a point of interest, if you wanted to "blow him away" for his 60th. You can get a Sky box for a game that will accommodate up to 30 people. Catering probably isn't cheap and box rentals start at around $1800. Compare the cost of a cruise to a once in a lifetime party .... just something to think about!