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Getting to CHS Field

CHS Field Policies

  • No outside food or beverage but a sealed water bottle will be okay.

  • Umbrellas are allowed but we ask that you do not use it while sitting in your seat.

  • Purses and small backpacks are permitted. Just be prepared to have it checked as you enter the ballpark.

BALLPARK SECURITY

Fun is Good!  Safe fun is even better!  Since opening in 1993, attending a Saints game has been about “the experience”…the experience of attending a ballgame surrounded by family and friends while enjoying a few laughs, great baseball, tasty treats, and affordable fun.  While the world changes around us, the Saints recognize our responsibility to ensure that your experience here at CHS Field continues to be as relaxing, enjoyable, and as safe as possible.  This in mind, we have introduced new security measures at home games this season.

As you approach CHS Field’s Broadway Plaza and Positively 4th Street entrances this evening, please consider the following to make the process as smooth and efficient as possible. 

  • CHS Field is a No Weapons facility.  All weapons are prohibited (including all versions of knives).
  • Bags are allowed at CHS Field, but are subject to inspection.
  • We're staffing the CHS Field gates with several Fan Service Security team members to keep any lines moving and to get you into the park as quickly possible.
  • Please consider leaving any non-essential items at home or in your vehicle.
  • As you approach the gate, feel free to identify and join the shortest line.
  • Please have your pockets emptied as you approach our Fan Service Security team members.
  • As a reminder, no outside food, beverage, cans, bottles, chairs, or coolers may be brought into the ballpark.

We ask for your patience and understanding as we introduce these new security procedures. Please know that we will do everything we can to ensure that this process is fast, efficient, and maybe even fun!

 

 RAINOUT POLICY

Games will NOT be postponed before the game's original starting time. At the game's original start time, American Association umpires will determine whether the game will be started, delayed, or postponed. All efforts will be made to play the game. Remember, weather varies from city to city and in all likelihood, the Saints will play ball.

RAIN CHECKS (if a game is postponed or cancelled)
For non-season ticket holders, your tickets may be exchanged for a Saints 2017 Regular Season home game for tickets of equal or lesser value (subject to availability).

If this occurs, we recommend exchanging tickets in advance of the game you wish to attend. Tickets must be exchanged at the Saints Box Office located at CHS Field. 

THERE ARE NO REFUNDS FOR THE PURCHASE PRICE OF TICKETS
For FULL season ticket holders, your tickets ARE NOT eligible for exchange. Your season ticket package included all 50 regular season home games. Any postponed game will be made up as a doubleheader and your tickets are good for both games.

Please remember that you must have a ticket for the game you wish to attend. Tickets for a postponed or cancelled game MUST BE exchanged for the game you wish to attend. (For example: if a game is postponed on a Monday and it is made up as a doubleheader the next day, you need a ticket dated for that day's game in order to attend.)

REMINDER: A game must go at least 4 1/2 innings to be considered official.

During rain delays, please tune in to 1220 AM for updates every 20 minutes.