Beware of Blue Jays Ticket Scams In Buffalo
The Toronto Blue Jays will be playing regular season games in Buffalo at Sahlen Field for the second straight summer, however, this time fans will be able to attend the games and watch Major League Baseball in-person.
Tickets officially go on sale to the public on May 18th, but the Better Business Bureau is issuing a warning to fans regarding potential ticket scams at Sahlen Field, according to WGRZ.
You should be buying your tickets at the Blue Jays official website, and if you choose the secondary market, you can buy them from StubHub. Tickets purchased through other services cannot be verified.
All tickets will be sent to fans digitally, so paper or PDF tickets will not be accepted at point of entry. Each individual game ticket should be sent digitally to each person by the person who purchased the tickets, if it's a group of people.
There will also be seperate sections for fully vaccinated fans and those who are not vaccinated; proof of vaccination is needed 14 days prior to the game you're attending.
There will for sure be scam attempts out there, since this is a pretty big deal for Buffalo that a MLB team is coming to Sahlen Field. Be vigilant and always remember, if it's too good to be true, chances are it is.
I can't wait to watch MLB games at Sahlen Field.