Mariners announce ticket-refund process for games impacted by COVID-19 shutdown

With more than a month of Major League Baseball games postponed and
canceled due to the spread of the novel coronavirus, and at least
another month of games that won’t be played, the Seattle Mariners on
Wednesday sent out emails to season-ticket holders, groups who have
purchased suites, and single-game ticket purchasers to outline the
process for tickets through the end of May. On Wednesday, the M’s
announced to both season-ticket holders, groups and suite buyers, as
well as single-game buyers who have tickets, anywhere from the
beginning of the season through May 31st, that those games are now
considered postponed. Season-ticket holders will receive a credit on
their account for the lost games that can be used in 2020 or carried
over to the 2021 season. For single-game ticket holders, who purchased
them through mariners.com or the team’s partners, Ticketmaster or
Fevo, they need to make the refund request through Ticketmaster.
People who purchased tickets through third-party sites will have to go
through those sites. Again, those refunds are only on home games
through the end of May. People holding single-game tickets or group
tickets or suites for games for June 1st or after will have to wait
until there is more clarity from Major League Baseball. (Seattle
Times)