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India vs South Africa: HPCA to begin refund of abandoned first T20I match tickets from 19 September

  • Press Trust of India
  • September 17th, 2019
  • 18:52:26 IST

Dharamsala: The Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association on Tuesday announced that the refund of the tickets of the abandoned first T20 International match between India and South Africa will begin from Thursday.

The T20I between India and South Africa here on 15 September was abandoned due to heavy rain without a single ball being bowled. Since the toss was also not held, the viewing public is entitled to get a refund of their tickets.

A large display at the HPCA stadium announces that first T20I between India and South Africa is abandoned following rains in Dharmsala. AP

A large display at the HPCA stadium announces that first T20I between India and South Africa is abandoned following rains in Dharmsala. AP

The HPCA said the refund to the customers who bought tickets off-line through the official stadium Box office at gate 1 will be done from 19 September to 22 September.

The customers will have to produce their physical tickets along with their government-issued photo ID proof to claim the refunds at the stadium Box Office from 10 am to 7pm.

The HPCA said that if the tickets were purchased though card payment at the sale box, one must carry that physical card with which the payment was made to get the refund.

A maximum number of four tickets per person shall be refunded as was the rule during purchase too.

The refund of tickets of West Stand (West 1, 2 & 3), Pavilion Terrace and Corporate Boxes will also be done on Thursday. Tickets of East Stand (East 1, 2 & 3) and Club Lounge Pavilion will be refunded on Friday. The refund of tickets of North Stand, North Pavilion and North West will be done on Saturday and Sunday.

Customers who have bought tickets online from paytm.com and/or insider will get back their money within 1012 working days from Tuesday onwards and refunds will be credited to their original mode of payment.

The refund of the tickets will be made for the face value of the ticket only.

Updated Date: September 17, 2019 18:52:26 IST

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