Breaking News
More () »

Cleveland Indians announce new mobile ticket policies starting in September

Heads up if you're heading to the ballpark soon.
Credit: AP
A sign left in the left field stands is framed by the gates of Progressive Field Thursday, Nov. 3, 2016 following the Cleveland Indians', 8-7 loss, in 10 innings, to the Chicago Cubs in Game 7 of baseball's World Series in Cleveland Wednesday. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)

CLEVELAND — If you're heading to a game at Progressive Field soon, you'll want to take note of some new changes to the ballpark's ticket policies.

The Cleveland Indians on Friday announced that all fans entering Progressive Field with mobile device tickets must use the MLB Ballpark App or StubHub app starting Sept. 1. That means using screenshots of your tickets will no longer work. 

Printed PDF and stock tickets will remain valid.

Only tickets purchased through Indians.com or StubHub will be permitted at Progressive Field, meaning secondary market sales and purchases are confined strictly to StubHub.

The new policies aim to reduce fraud and limit ticket scalping and illegal resales. 

RELATED: Beer dude! Meet the 3 generations of vendors who are becoming legends at Progressive Field

RELATED: Cleveland Indians attendance is down 12.5 percent in 2019

Paid Advertisement

Before You Leave, Check This Out