Blue Jays adding more fully vaccinated seating, won’t require masks in outdoor seating bowl

Buffalo Bisons & Blue Jays

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — UPDATE: The Blue Jays say they will add more fully vaccinated seating to Sahlen Field beginning June 15.

This will increase the overall seating capacity of Sahlen Field to 45%, about 7,500 people.

According to the team, they will also no longer require fans sitting in the outdoor seating bowl to wear masks.

More tickets will be available to the Yankees games in mid-June because of this. They will go on sale Thursday at 10 a.m.

ORIGINAL: We’re 12 days away from the Toronto Blue Jays’ first game in Buffalo, and tickets are officially sold out for the Jays’ first eight games.

Tickets for the Jays’ first three series at Sahlen Field went on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. Thursday and quickly sold out.

This past Tuesday, Bisons season ticket holders were able to get theirs.

MORE | Bisons season ticket holders get first crack at Blue Jays tickets; Bills, Sabres, Bandits STHs up next

And then on Wednesday, Blue Jays tickets became available for Bills, Sabres and Bandits season ticket holders.

Tickets for games starting June 24 will go on sale to Bisons season ticket holders on June 8 and the general public will have their chance on June 10. If you weren’t able to get tickets Thursday, officials encourage fans to keeps checking their website for ticket holds that are often released as the games approach.

MORE | Here’s where you can buy tickets.

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