Followers holding tickets for the Mets’ canceled opener on March 31 will get to make use of them every time the staff performs its first sport at Citi Area this season.
Following commissioner Rob Manfred’s announcement this week that MLB has canceled the primary two sequence of the season due to the lockout, the Mets issued tips on their web site for ticket holders.
The Mets have been scheduled to open the season at house, towards the Nationals and Braves, from March 31 to April 5.
Followers holding tickets for the opener can use them for the primary ticketed 2022 house sport at Citi Area. Tickets beforehand distributed for the date that turns into the Mets’ house opener won’t be legitimate. They are going to be handled as an impacted sport, that means credit score or a refund shall be issued.
The April 2-5 video games fall into the “impacted” class. All ticket administration actions for tickets for impacted video games, together with ticket forwarding, shall be canceled. These tickets shall be faraway from the patrons’ account and are now not legitimate for admission.
Moreover, season-ticket holders (together with partial plans) with tickets for impacted video games will obtain credit score for all funds made towards these video games. Credit score is legitimate towards group and particular person tickets to 2022 and ’23 ticketed regular-season house video games at Citi Area, topic to availability (blackout dates would possibly apply) and 2023 season-ticket packages.
Accounts that choose a refund as a substitute of credit score for impacted video games can submit a web-based request through their My Mets Tickets account. Refund requests will be submitted till Oct. 31.