UEFA EURO 2020
hi all just wondering what everyones plans are regarding tickets
do you A cash in take the money
B gamble and see how it pans out March/ June
c wait a few days and see what the FA comes up with
Friday we were going to cash in take the money and run but after some carefull though and reading comments on here we have decided to wait till next Friday and see how things pan out
In reply to Ian Lennox:
In reply to Scott Burrell:
In reply to jason broom:
Scott BurrellWithout me sounding too dumb can somebody answer the following for me: 1. If the games are played behind closed doors or in front of a partial capacity and my tickets are cancelled by UEFA I get a full refund?
Correct - you would get a full refund.
Scott Burrell2. If the games go ahead with full crowds (and my tickets are still valid) but in a different country, I don't get a refund if I can't go?
Correct - this condition is in the UEFA Euro 2020 Refund Policy.
Scott Burrell3. How will it work if for say a Wembley (90k) game is moved to a 30k stadium?
UEFA will have to cancel 60k of tickets and give a full refund. Most of the unlucky 60k ticketholders will not want their tickets cancelled and their selection by UEFA might be fairly random.
Scott Burrell4. UEFA adding pandemic to the force majeure, what are the negatives of that for us ticket holders? Simply just my Q2 that if they move it to a country will to take full crowds and our tickets are still valid, we get nothing if travel isn't allowed?
A lot has been made of the fact that a pandemic has been added to the list of force majeure events but I don't think this makes any difference. An epidemic was always in the list of force majeure events. What is a pandemic but an epidemic in every country ! This change is a clarification of existing conditions rather than a new condition.
If the venue for a match is changed because of a force majeure event then the tickets will remain valid and there will be no refund. However, if crowd numbers at the new venue are limited then UEFA will have to declare some tickets as invalid to bring the numbers down. The invalid tickets will be refunded in full.
If your tickets remain valid but you cannot travel because of government restrictions on travel in either the departure or arrival country then tough - you are stuffed.
UEFA will not and never has accepted any responsibility or liability for consequential costs incurred by fans such as travel and accommodation.
In reply to Nick White:
UEFA are from what I see making a decision early march so in about 6 weeks
plus cant see them dealing in if and buts?
They will need to be almost certain that whatever they decide will happen so cant see them saying for certain over 20-30% crowds but ??
hopefully hear more from The FA soon about this deadline date .......
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