Twins Announce Ticket Policy For Games Missed in May
Sadly, May was a full month where no Major League Baseball was played. If you had tickets to see the Twins at Target Field during the month, they have announced the ticket policy for those missed games.
Obviously, there are plenty of ways to secure tickets, including single game ticket purchases, group deals, season ticket plans, etc.
Assuming that single game purchases are most prevalent in the Northland, here is their policy for games scheduled in May:
Fans who purchased single-game tickets for any of the Twins’ 29 impacted home games at Target Field through May will automatically receive a credit on their account in the full amount paid, to be used toward future 2020 regular season home games; or, they can opt for a full refund of the amount paid. Credit will be available for use once a revised 2020 schedule has been announced by Major League Baseball.
If you would prefer a refund on your ticket purchase, you can click here to for formally request you money back.
If you purchased group tickets for missed games, you'll be contacted by a Twins Group Account Executive to discuss options, including rescheduling your group event for a future 2020 regular season home game date, or other alternatives.
A lot of people purchase secondary market tickets through StubHub, Ticket King and similar vendors. If that is the case, the Minnesota Twins have no ability to refund tickets or transfer those tickets to other games. You'll need to reach out to the specific ticket vendor used and follow their policy.
To see the official Twins ticket policy for all varieties of ticket plans, please follow the link below.