Will the Baltimore Orioles Refund Your 2020 Tickets? Hopefully.
As fans wait for news about whether or not we get to see our beloved Baltimore Orioles play baseball, many are sitting with tickets for games that have long since passed.
According to the latest news about whether or not fans will get reimbursed for their 2020 Baltimore Orioles tickets, the MLB says it’s up to the teams.
So, will you be refunded for your unused 2020 O’s tickets? If you had Spring Training tickets that were cancelled due to Covid-19, hopefully, you already received your refunds. If not, you can find the details here, but only if you bought your tickets directly through the Baltimore Orioles for seats at Ed Smith Stadium.
MLB 2020 Ticket Refund Policy
In an article by Gabe Lacques in USA Today, the MLB is giving teams the autonomy to refund tickets for the games that haven’t been played. It’s been over one month since Opening Day was scheduled to happen on March 26. The Orioles were scheduled to play the New York Yankees at home that.
Orioles Current Regular-Season Refund Policy
The MLB has waited to give instructions to teams as they were hoping fans could use their cancelled game tickets for other games or makeup dates. Since teams already have varying policies for refunds, MLB decided to leave policies up to individual teams. The Baltimore Orioles ticket refund policy according to the official website is:
"“This ticket is valid only for this particular Game and no part of the purchase price will be refunded by Holder’s failure to use it for this Game. Should the Game not be played or completed, this ticket will admit Holder on the date(s) on which Game is rescheduled/resumed, as may be announced in the sole discretion of the Club.”More from Orioles NewsOrioles News: O’s Sign Adam Frazier and Other MLB NewsBaltimore Orioles Sign Adam FrazierOrioles News: Projecting Grayson Rodriguez’s Debut and Other MLB NewsExclusive FanDuel, DraftKings Maryland Promo Expiring: Bet $20, Win $600 Before It’s Too LateBaltimore Orioles: Could Grayson Rodriguez Start on Opening Day?"
Other Team Policies
It is likely that the Orioles, along with other teams, will revise their refund policy specifically for 2020 games. According to an article by Mike Axisa with CBSSports.com, the White Sox and Cubs are letting their ticket holders “roll their ticket payments over to 2021 with five percent interest.”
According to The Boston Globe, the Red Sox will share their 2020 ticket-refund policy on Wednesday. The Detroit Tigers posted their refund policy on their official website. According to Michael Duarte with NBC 4 in Los Angeles, Dodgers fans are waiting to hear what will happen with their tickets.
If you purchased your tickets from StubHub, their policies on refunds are dependent on the individual teams, too. If you purchased tickets from another online reseller, check their policies to find out if you will receive a refund.
Hopefully, the Orioles will release their revised ticket policy soon. As soon as we hear what that is, we will let you know. If you’ve purchased