Refund Policy
Refund Policy for Tournaments-R-US/USSSA Baseball:
Entering Tournaments
Tournament Host should inform teams by the Wednesday before the event if there is a possibility that an event may not make.
Teams Withdrawing From Events – Any team that withdraws from an event after 12 NOON
on Monday, or after the brackets have been started (which on larger events could be earlier than the Monday before the start of the event), may be responsible for
the entry fee or appropriate fee set by the tournament host.  The team is also not allowed to play in another event that weekend. Some facilities and certain events may have other guidelines that are higher on the penalty and withdrawing deadline may be earlier.
Teams withdrawing from a sold out bracket- Teams will need to give notice at least 10 days prior tournament start date to receive a 50% refund. If a team decides to withdrawal with in the 10 day window no refund is issued.
If a tournament is canceled due to weather the refund policy is as followed.
If a team plays zero games, 100% refund is issued
If a team plays one game 50% refund is issued
If a team plays two games 0% refund is issued
Any game that has started no matter what inning it is in, is considered a game.
Understand that any games guaranteed in an event is against elimination and not weather.
All teams do have the option to transfer any refund amount and apply it to future event. Excluding State, Super Nit’s and World Series
Teams Entering Frees Events – If a team enters a free event and withdraws as describe in 22b, they will be responsible for a minimum of the entry fee and maybe other loses.
If a team enters an event that they are not eligible for by their roster make up, they shall be
removed from the event immediately. If it is discovered after the event is concluded, the
team will be placed in 99th place and awarded no points. Either way the team will receive no
points.
Tournament Director has the ability to adopt or modify any of these rules as needed during
the course of the event with the approval of the State Office.