Your 2020 Vitality Blast Pass

2020 Season

Derbyshire will begin the shortened domestic season in August, competing in both four-day and Vitality Blast cricket, with all matches currently set to take place behind closed doors.

On Monday 20 July, the England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB) announced that The Incora County Ground would continue to host men’s and women’s international training camps, as well as an entire England Women’s series, throughout the remainder of this summer.

The decision, which furthers Derbyshire’s support of the integral international calendar this summer, means that the club will play all of its domestic fixtures away from home in 2020.

Your Vitality Blast Pass

As a Vitality Blast Pass holder for 2020, you have a number of options with regards to your pass.

Option 1: Donate your pass fee: My purchase is my contribution to Derbyshire County Cricket Club

  • No refund or transfer required – I wish Derbyshire to retain my Blast Pass fee as my contribution to the club’s playing ambitions.
  • Priority access to a Blast Pass in 2021
  • Entered into a prize draw to win a signed Vitality Blast shirt and photo opportunity with the 2021 Derbyshire squad.

The deadline for this option has now passed.


Option 2: Defer: Defer your Blast Pass for use in 2021

  • Blast Passes can be transferred to 2021 at no extra cost

Vitality Blast fixtures due for release in Winter 2020.

The deadline for this option has now passed.


Option 3: Refund

Derbyshire County Cricket Club understands that the unprecedented coronavirus pandemic is an extremely challenging situation for all and if you are unable to support the club with either option above, you are entitled to a full refund, if claimed before 14 August 2020.

The deadline for this option has now passed.

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