02/10/2015 11:31 EST | Updated 04/12/2015 05:59 EDT

Blue Jays raise single-game ticket prices by $2

The price of single-game Blue Jays tickets is going up by a toonie.

The team announced Tuesday that it will raise prices for the first time in five years.

A news release says the change in prices affects premium and regular games, excluding its Club and In the Action seats.

Toronto's home opener is April 13 against the Tampa Bay Rays.

The Blue Jays enter the 2015 season with the longest active playoff drought in all of Major League Baseball. They inherited the title from the Kansas City Royals, who finally made it to the playoffs last fall for the first time in nearly three decades.

Toronto last played in the post-season in 1993, the year the Jays won their second World Series title.