Here’s what happens to your World Series tickets if Game 3 is postponed

The cancellation of World Series Game 3 affects not only those who had tickets to Monday’s game, but also anyone who had planned to visit Citizens Bank Park for Games 4 and 5.

What happens to your World Series tickets if Game 3 is rescheduled?

What happens to your World Series tickets if Game 3 is rescheduled?
(Source: Wikipedia)

Those who had tickets for Monday night’s game now have tickets for Tuesday night, according to the Phillies:

That means that those who had tickets for Game 4 on Tuesday now have tickets for Game 4 on Wednesday. And if you had tickets to Game 5, which was originally scheduled for Wednesday, you now have tickets for Thursday. At 8:03 p.m. ET, all games will begin.

As The Athletic’s Matt Gelb puts it, you buy postseason tickets for a specific game, not a specific day.

At least, that is how the organizations see it. There will undoubtedly be some who are unable to change their plans as a result of the schedule change, and/or who are uninterested in attending Game 5 on Thursday, which will be played essentially at the same time as the Eagles and Texans on Thursday Night Football.

About 2022 World Series

Team (Wins) Manager(s) Season
Houston Astros (1) Dusty Baker 106–56 (.654), GA: 16
Philadelphia Phillies (1) Rob Thomson 87–75 (.537), GB: 14
Dates October 28 – November 6
Venue Minute Maid Park (Houston)
Citizens Bank Park (Philadelphia)
Umpires Jordan Baker, Lance Barksdale, Tripp Gibson, Pat Hoberg, James Hoye, Dan Iassogna (crew chief), Alan Porter, Chad Fairchild (replay official), Carlos Torres (replay official)
Television Fox (United States – English)
Fox Deportes (United States – Spanish)
MLB International (International)
TV announcers Joe Davis, John Smoltz, Ken Rosenthal and Tom Verducci (Fox)
Adrian Garcia Marquez, Edgar Gonzalez, Carlos Alvarez and Jaime Motta (Fox Deportes)
Dave Flemming and Dan Plesac (MLB International)
Radio ESPN (United States – English)
TUDN (United States – Spanish)
WIP (PHI – English)
WTTM (PHI – Spanish)
KBME (HOU – English)
KLAT (HOU – Spanish)
Radio announcers Dan Shulman, Eduardo Pérez, Jessica Mendoza and Buster Olney (ESPN)
Jesús Acostas, Enrique Burak, Alberto Ferreiro, José Luis Nápoles, Luis Eduardo Quiñones and Antonio de Valdes (TUDN)
Scott Franzke, Tom McCarthy and Larry Andersen (WIP)
Oscar Budejen and Bill Kulik (WTTM)
Robert Ford and Steve Sparks (KBME)
Francisco Romero and Alex Treviño (KLAT)
ALCS Houston Astros over New York Yankees (4–0)
NLCS Philadelphia Phillies over San Diego Padres (4–1)