• Small group sales will be returned at ticket prices and for fees, to the credit card used at the time of purchase. For larger groups, consignment groups, luxury suites, and others, Cardinals urge fans to contact the ticket office.
Tickets purchased through secondary services, such as StubHub, are not covered by team policy. The seller will have a policy for the game that is still considered postponed, officially, by Major League Baseball.
Policies completed on Wednesday are valid for games until the end of May. If the June match is in danger, postponed, or is likely to be played with an empty stadium, the Cardinals will announce plans at that time, when they hope to have more clarity about the 2020 season.
When leagues, player unions and clubs determine how to get the game back as soon as possible, various scenarios are being explored. The commissioner’s office has officially postponed the start of the regular season until at least mid-May, but all parties have been looking for ways to play as many games as possible, in part because there is so much money at stake – from ticket revenue to player salaries for television rights fees. Some games are expected to be played in front of an empty stadium, and then significantly reduce the crowd. Shortened schedules are unavoidable, causing teams to handle tickets and get the desired refunds.