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Twins Announce Fans Can Exchange Tickets for Thursday's Weather-Delayed Game

The Minnesota Twins have announced that all fans holding tickets to today's (Thursday, June 22) weather-delayed game against the Chicago White Sox will have the ability to exchange those tickets for a future Twins home game from August 29 through the end of the season (subject to availability).

Tickets may be exchanged at the Target Field Ticket Office located on Target Plaza off 7th Street. Tickets may be exchanged for any seat of equal or lesser value. Fans holding premium tickets (Suites, Thomson Reuters Champions Club, CATCH and the Budweiser Roof Deck) will be eligible to exchange their ticket for a future game in the general seating area. Tickets for the weather-delayed game are not subject to refunds.

The Minnesota Twins have announced that all fans holding tickets to today's (Thursday, June 22) weather-delayed game against the Chicago White Sox will have the ability to exchange those tickets for a future Twins home game from August 29 through the end of the season (subject to availability).

Tickets may be exchanged at the Target Field Ticket Office located on Target Plaza off 7th Street. Tickets may be exchanged for any seat of equal or lesser value. Fans holding premium tickets (Suites, Thomson Reuters Champions Club, CATCH and the Budweiser Roof Deck) will be eligible to exchange their ticket for a future game in the general seating area. Tickets for the weather-delayed game are not subject to refunds.

Fans are encouraged to visit www.twinsbaseball.com, call 612-33-TWINS (612-338-9467) or 800-33-TWINS (800-338-9467), or visit the Target Field Box Office during normal business hours.

"The Minnesota Twins are grateful for our fans patience with today's weather delay," Twins President Dave St. Peter said. "Understanding the lengthy delay, we feel it's appropriate to invite all fans holding tickets for today's game to come back for a future ballgame compliments of the Twins."

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