Took a friend to the airport very early this morning, and there were so many roads closed because of flooding that it took two and a half hours for me to get back home. Of course, I really can’t complain about anything the rest of the year after missing last night’s game. Here is the press release with details on the exchange policy for last night’s tickets.
Recognizing (Tuesday’s) inclement weather conditions, the New York Yankees announced that they are rewarding all fans with tickets for (Tuesday’s) game against the Baltimore Orioles with a free ticket offer.
Fans may redeem their valid September 6, 2011, tickets — regardless of whether they were used to attend (Tuesday’s) game — for a free Grandstand Level or Terrace Level ticket at Yankee Stadium for a game for the 2012 season, subject to availability.
Alternatively, fans may choose to use (Tuesday’s) valid tickets as a coupon for 50 percent off the purchase price of a ticket in any other non-Suite seating location to a game for the 2012 season, subject to availability.
This free ticket and coupon offer is not valid for and cannot be redeemed for premium games (such as the Opening Day game, the Old-Timers’ Day game and all home games played against the Boston Red Sox and New York Mets).
Please note that the Yankees can only accept tickets with valid bar codes for the September 6, 2011, game.
Tickets can be redeemed or presented as a coupon at Yankee Stadium Ticket Windows only starting April 2, 2012.