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The Tampa Bay Rays announced a pretty cool promotion today, the “Honor Pass,” a pass that entitles all active or retired military personnel two tickets to all remaining regular season home games.

“The Rays Honor Pass program will allow active-duty military personnel and retired or honorably discharged veterans to receive two tickets to any Rays home game throughout the remainder of the 2015 regular season. The Rays are also extending this courtesy to dependents of military personnel including any spouse, child or widow with a valid dependent ID.”

To find out how to obtain an Honor Pass visit “Rays Honor Pass at THIS LINK. The pass can be claimed at the Gate 1 box office at Tropicana Field.

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  1. Geoff Peterson says:

    That's a great start, now let's add kids under 14 with a parent and seniors over 65 in groups of 2 or more and we'll be doing something. They make much of their money on parking and concessions anyway so why not offer free seats.

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    • Geoff Peterson says:

      And if they're already season ticket holders in any of those free categories, give them free hot dogs, peanuts and soft drinks.

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  2. Matt says:

    Very cool initiative by the Rays to pay tribute, and hopefully a great start to adding more deals like this in the future. I think the next step should either be family deals or student deals like the Lightning have. It certainly won't jump attendance up into the 20,000's nightly, but at this point, it's worth trying everything.

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  3. stu says:

    We are excited about this program and thanks to Cork Gaines for highlighting it. Any MLB team is fortunate to have the coverage that Rays Index provides.For me it is a must read. Stu

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  4. Raul says:

    I guess no matter how much good you do, it's never good enough for some people. Nice Geoff. Great comments.

    Great job Rays. Well done.

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  5. If I am 56 and my father was in Air Force and I do have his af badge can I get in.

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