Kings of Leon Cancel Tour – How to Get a Refund
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If you haven’t heard, the Kings of Leon officially cancelled their U.S. tour yesterday. This means there’s going to be thousands of disappointed Kings fans out there looking for refunds. Unfortunately, it can be a pain to get a refund sometimes as all of the ticket sellers have different policies. Don’t worry though, SeatGeek is here to ease all of your Kings of Leon ticket refund fears! Here is a comprehensive guide on how to get your money back from several different sellers:
Primary Market (TicketMaster/LiveNation) Refunds
According to an official release from the band:
Tickets will be refunded at point of purchase. Tickets purchased online or via phones will be automatically refunded.
From eBay’s Ticket Buying Guide:
All tickets should have the same return and refund policies. However, the buyer and seller need to determine and agree on exact terms before a buyer bids or opts to buy tickets using Buy It Now. An item listing should include a clear refund policy in case an event gets canceled. Many sellers offer refunds for tickets returned within 15 days of announced event cancellation; sellers usually qualify to receive a refund for canceled events from the original ticket vender. If an item listing does not have a refund policy, click the Ask seller a question link under the seller’s profile and email your question before you bid or buy.
From StubHub’s customer support site:
When an event is cancelled or a contingent event is not played, we’ll send you an email to let you know. Return your tickets within 2 weeks of receiving our email and we’ll fully refund the cost of the tickets plus all service and delivery fees. Please allow us 3 weeks to process your refund.
Return tickets to:
SH Return Center
2525 McKinnon Street
Dallas, TX 75201
Note: If you received your tickets electronically, you do not need to take any action. We will send you an email with your refund information.
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