(ABC)–The Washington Nationals had their Tuesday night game against the Detroit Tigers rained out, and if you had tickets to the game, your options have been severely limited on what to do with those unused seats.
Actually, you have only one option – go to Thursday’s makeup game, or lose the tickets for good.
The Nationals changed their rainout ticket policy for the 2013 season, allowing single-game ticket holders only to exchange seats for washed-out games for ones to the makeup game. That game will take place on Thursday at 4:05 p.m.
However, if you can’t get to the mid-afternoon interleague match-up, you’re pretty much out of luck. The same goes for group tickets and seats bought as part of a mini-plan or flex plan.
The Washington Post reports that in the past, the Nationals have allowed fans to exchange tickets to games that were rained out for seats to any other game. But after Tuesday’s rainout, the team announced that there would be no exchanges or refunds.
In an email to the Post, Nationals COO Andrew Feffer said that they had to modify their ticket policy due to “higher demand and less capacity.”