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Blues fans won the Stanley Cup when Brayden Schenn walked towards Gateway Arch after the championship parade in downtown St. Louis on Saturday, June 15, 2019. Photo by Robert Cohen, [email protected].

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The Blues have set a ticket policy for games that are postponed by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

“There has been no cancellation of our game, and we are not sure when it will come,” said Chris Zimmerman, president and CEO of the Blues business operations. “But we are already working with our season ticket holders. … They have several choices. “

They can apply the money spent on the remaining six home games on the schedule when the game is suspended March 12 as credit for next season’s tickets.

“And that can happen effectively immediately and have an impact on payments in the future,” Zimmerman said. “Or they can contact our staff members again and get a refund if necessary.”

Zimmerman says ticket buyers once a game can get a refund from their original place of purchase (such as Tickemaster). Or they can leave money for account credit to purchase a one match ticket next season.

Season ticket holders receive email notifications this week from this guide.

If the NHL continues to play this season, it is unclear whether to try to play a regular season game. And if that’s the case, it’s all but the certainty that the game will be played without fans in the stands.


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