Red Sox tickets wiped out good for new Yankees opener


The latest batch of games removed from the schedule due to the MLB lockdown means the Yankees’ season-opening home has been wiped out.

Fans who had tickets to the scheduled home opener against the Red Sox on April 7 can use those tickets for admission whenever the team ends up hosting its regular season opener. The start of the season is still waiting for MLB owners and players to agree on a new collective bargaining agreement.

For fans who have already purchased tickets for the game that will be the Yankees’ new home opener, those tickets will not allow entry to Yankee Stadium. This game will be treated as an “impacted game,” meaning ticket holders may receive credit, refunds, or use the Yankees’ rain control policy.

Under this policy, tickets may be used for admission to the rescheduled game (if applicable) or exchanged for a ticket comparable in price and venue to another similar regular season game within 12 months of the match originally scheduled, subject to availability.

The rest of the Red Sox series (April 9-10) and the April 11-14 series against the Blue Jays will also be treated as impacted games with the same three credit, refund or rain check policy options. . The Yankees’ first home opener could now be on April 22 against the Guardians.


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