Melbourne Cricket Ground - Day 4 ticket refunds
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Day 4 ticket refunds

Dec 28, 2012

Cricket Australia has announced that patrons who purchased tickets to Day 4 of the Boxing Day Test at the MCG may be eligible for a refund under the terms of Cricket Australia’s 2012/13 National Refund Policy.

As there was no play on Day 4, ticket purchasers may be eligible for a refund for the value printed on their ticket, less an administration fee of $2.50 per ticket (this fee may be deducted in a separate transaction).

For patrons who purchased their ticket via the internet, phone or mail order, refunds will be processed automatically to the credit card on which the ticket was bought.

For patrons that purchased their ticket from a Ticketek outlet and wish to apply for a refund, tickets must be mailed along with contact details to:

Ticketek: GPO Box 1610 SYDNEY NSW 2001

For further information on refunds to Day 4 of the Boxing Day Test, patrons are advised to contact Ticketek on 13 28 49 or visit ticketek.com.au

For further information on Cricket Australia’s 2012/13 National Refund Policy, visit cricket.com.au/tickets


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