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World Series Ticket Question

Discussion in 'Sports' started by zagman76, Oct 17, 2012.

  1. zagman76

    zagman76 Wackbagger, Geek, Administrator
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    A friend of mine at work insists that if you buy tickets for the Yankees (legit - from Ticketmaster) for the world series, and they don't advance, you still get charged for the tickets.

    I am arguing with him that you don't get charged because there was no game. I don't see anything like this on Ticketmaster or Yankees.com.

    Anyone know the answer?
     
  2. fletcher

    fletcher Darkness always says hello.
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    I have to buy Giants post season tickets even if they dont make the playoffs. They dont make it or dont have a home playoff game and I get my money back. Id assume it works the same for any playoff tickets.
     
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  3. DanaReevesLungs

    DanaReevesLungs I can keep rhythm with no metronome...
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    It works similar to a concert cancellation. You're charged for the tickets at purchase, then refunded when the team doesn't advance. They can't charge you for an event that isn't going to occur.
     
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  4. Pigdango

    Pigdango Silence, you mortal Fuck!
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    I wouldn't be too worried about buying World Series tickets for the Yankees right now.
     
  5. Mother Shucker

    Mother Shucker I'm over here now.

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    When I had season tickets, you would get a refund for ticket price, but....

    they keep the "convenience" and shipping fees.
     

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