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NFL Refund Policy: Just In Case There Is No Football In 2011

The NFL has announced a league-wide ticket refund policy in the event that part or all of the 2011 season is wiped out by failure to resolve the current labor situation.

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The specifics of the league-wide policy for general admission tickets are as follows:

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  • Full refunds will be offered for all preseason and regular-season home games that are cancelled.
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  • Season and partial season ticket holders will have the option to receive refunds in either the form that they paid for tickets (e.g., check, credit card), or in credits towards future games.
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  • Fans who purchase individual game tickets will be offered a refund or the right to exchange their ticket to a cancelled game for a ticket to a future game as selected by the club and subject to availability.
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  • Refunds will be paid no later than 30 days after final determination of how many games will be played during the 2011 NFL season.
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"We are working hard to secure an agreement with the union that is fair and forward-thinking to ensure our game is sound and strong well into the future," said Goodell. "We know we will reach an agreement at some point. We all want football without interruption, but our fans are entitled to know now that they would receive refunds if any games are cancelled."

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Gee, thanks for protecting us fans, commish! Do us a favor, though. Get an agreement and give us football. That's what we want!

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