Reds release information for ticket holders impacted by MLB lockout

A view of seats with zip ties for social distancing fans is seen during a baseball team workout in Cincinnati, Wednesday, March 31, 2021. The Cardinals play in an opening day game at the Cincinnati Reds on Thursday. (AP Photo/Aaron Doster)

CINCINNATI — The Cincinnati Reds say fans with tickets to games removed from this year’s Major League Baseball season have options for what they can do with their tickets.

MLB players rejected the owners’ “best and final” offer prior to the 5 p.m. deadline on Tuesday. As a result, commissioner Rob Manfred announced that Opening Day and the first two series of the 2022 season will be canceled.

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Following the announcement, the Reds organization released information for ticket holders who have tickets for games from March 31-April 6.

The Reds said fans with tickets to the teams’ Opening Day game against the Chicago Cubs have the option to keep their tickets. They can then present their tickets for entry into the first home game played at Great American Ballpark in 2022.

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Anyone with tickets for games scheduled for April 2-6 will have a credit automatically applied to their account. The credit will be equal to the purchase price and can be applied to buy tickets to any future Reds home game.

All ticket holders for impacted games also have the option to request a refund. Requests can be submitted here.