(Reading, PA) - The Reading Fightin Phils game against the New Hampshire Fisher Cats on Friday night was suspended due to rain, and will be resumed on Friday at 5:15 p.m., with a seven-inning contest to follow. The Fightin Phils lead the Fisher Cats 1-0 with nobody out in the bottom of the first inning.
Those with regularly-purchased tickets dated for July 18, 2019 may exchange their tickets for seating of equal or lesser value for any remaining 2019 Fightin Phils regular season home game, based on availability. Exchanges of printed tickets may be done in person or through the mail. Those with Print at Home tickets or tickets held at Will Call may have their tickets exchanged by calling the Reading Fightin Phils office or emailing the Fightins at firstname.lastname@example.org with a replacement game date.
Those fans holding an undated ticket, such as a ticket book ticket, or any ticket without the July 18 date already printed on it, must have their ticket stamped "July 18" at the ticket office. It may then be exchanged for any remaining regular-season home game, based on availability.
Buffets were served as scheduled, but the game ticket portion of these tickets can be exchanged for reserved seats for any remaining 2019 Fightin Phils regular season home game, based on availability.
Those with Assurance added to their ticket purchase may exchange their unused tickets from the 7/18 game for the exact same type of ticket to any remaining 2019 regular season home game, based on availability.
All those attending the game as part of a group should check with their group leader in regards to whether the group outing will be rescheduled or if individual exchange of tickets should be done.
Certain sponsor tickets and tickets with a rain date printed on them may be used on that rain date only. Those tickets will be accepted at the gate on the designated rain date.
Tonight's Sponsor Tickets:
Oaks/Valley Forge Night - Rain Date: July 19
Seidel Auto Group - Rain Date: July 20
PA Americana Region - Rain Date: July 21
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