The Patriots understand New Englanders are going through tough times amid the coronavirus crisis — and it seems they’re willing to make a change to accommodate.
The organization has postponed invoices for its season-ticket holders, ESPN’s Mike Reiss reported Sunday afternoon.
A gesture appreciated by Patriots season-ticket members: With COVID-19 in mind and "to help ease some concerns during these uncertain times", the club relayed that invoices are now due at the end of June instead of at the end of March.
— Mike Reiss (@MikeReiss) March 22, 2020
The Patriots are among the many franchises in sports making changes in their policies, scheduling, etc. The Jacobs family established a fund for both Bruins and TD Garden workers, while the Celtics put a plan in place to pay team-employed staff through the end of the season as well.