Will You Get a Refund for Tickets to a Postponed Show
So many shows were supposed to happen this year. It was supposed to be one of the biggest years for bands touring... bands that hadn't toured in years. But then, COVID-19 pandemic happened and everything changed. But you have tickets to these shows! Most of them have been rescheduled. Some have been cancelled. The cancelled ones are not the problem.
Ticketmaster had no problem refunding those ticket prices. But what about the ones that have been rescheduled....postponed?
Well, until this month, that was not going to happen. No refund. But there was such an uproar with people wanting their money back, that Ticketmaster/Live Nation was kind of forced to chance their policy. (So far the GnR show is still a go... for now).
This is the policy as it stands right now for postponed/rescheduled shows:
Tickets will automatically be valid for the new date, unless you opt for a refund within 30 days of the new show date being announced. Emails will be sent to ticket holders notifying them of their options. If you have tickets to a show that is postponed, you will be able to select your refund option once the new date is announced. If 60 days has passed since a show was postponed and no rescheduled dates have been announced, the 30-day window for refunds will open at that time.
So, it looks like you need to act quickly. If it's outside of the 30 days, you will probably not get the refund. So try to pay attention to what is happening with the show that you have tickets for. If it's cancelled...no issue. Postponed... act fast. Unless, of course, you can attend the new date. And, shows are being rescheduled on a month by month basis. Looks so far like most of the June shows have been cancelled or rescheduled. Still waiting on the July and later shows.
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