With no games in the near future, teams like the Green Bay Packers and the Milwaukee Brewers are left to deal with themselves what to do about ticket revenue.
The Packers are giving its season ticket holders more time to place their deposits and many entrants of the Brown County Ticket raffle have not received invoices for their possible games. The organization also assured ticket holders that they would be refunded for games either not played or in cases where fans are not allowed.
The Brewers are technically over a dozen games into their home slate entering the month of May and it is unknown if games will return to Miller Park this year. According to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, ticket holders have been given a number of different options including credit towards future games or full refunds. Season ticket holders, groups, and suite renters will get their money back plus an additional 10 percent in credit.
Both organizations are not responsible for refunds if the tickets were bought from a third party.