2022 Regular Season Updates
Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association have yet to reach a new collective bargaining agreement; as a result, Opening Day of the 2022 MLB season has unfortunately been delayed. The first four series have been removed from the schedule, including the Twins’ first two home series at Target Field (April 7-11 vs. the Seattle Mariners and April 12-13 vs. the Los Angeles Dodgers). We are disappointed that we are not able to start as scheduled and apologize for any inconvenience this causes you. MLB is working to get the game back on the field as quickly as possible.
Season Ticket Holders will have the value of impacted games from April 7-13, 2022 automatically applied to their account.
- For Season Ticket Holders whose accounts are paid in full, this credit may be applied for any future 2022 Twins regular season home game ticket purchase, towards renewal of your ticket holdings for the 2023 season, or, you may also choose to request a refund for the value paid toward those games. (Please note that refunds are not eligible for any 2020 Bonus Credits used for your 2022 payment. Season Ticket Holders who paid by check should please allow for additional processing time on any refund request.)
- Season Ticket Holders on the monthly payment plan will automatically have the value for any impacted games applied to your remaining balance.
Group Organizers holding tickets for impacted games from April 7-13 will be contacted directly by their Group Ticket Sales and Service representative to discuss options, including finding an alternative Twins home game date for your group to enjoy or requesting a refund.
If you have any questions, please reach out to your sales executive directly, call the VIP Season Ticket Holder Phone Line at 612-370-4575 or email us at [email protected] and our staff will be happy to assist you.