The Vodafone Lions 1888 Cup Terms & Conditions

 

The British & Irish Lions v Japan

 

Saturday 26 June 2021 at BT Murrayfield Stadium, kick-off time TBC.

 

  1. Ticket purchasers must agree to both the Ticketmaster Purchase Policy and these British & Irish Lions Ticket Terms & Conditions.
  2. Following Government confirmation on 19 May 2021 regarding reduced stadium capacity, children under 14 will not be permitted into the stadium. This is due to the requirements agreed with Government for the safe delivery of the event and welfare considerations from the revised seating allocations (that tickets will be allocated on a single seat basis and not in groups). Any under 16s must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 years or over (but please note that pursuant to the Ticketmaster Purchase Policy only adults aged 18 years or over may purchase a ticket).
  3. There is a purchase limit of four (4) tickets per person and per payment card for this event, unless otherwise specified at the time of sale. Purchasers who exceed the ticket limit may have any or all of their orders and tickets cancelled without notice by Ticketmaster at its sole discretion. This includes orders associated with the same name, e-mail address, billing address, payment card number or other information. Ticketmaster will notify you if this occurs.
  4. Individual seats, within the selected price category, will be assigned to ticket purchasers at the time of sale however seat locations may be changed if government regulations and/or public health advice recommend or require social distancing measures between spectators within the stadium and/or if the capacity of the stadium needs to be reduced.
  5. Wheelchair users and/or customers with specific additional accessibility requirements who would like to purchase tickets please telephone the dedicated customer services team at Scottish Rugby on 0131 378 1600.
  6. Tickets will be sent electronically to the email address used to purchase tickets or downloadable from your Ticketmaster account from June 2021.
  7. If the event is cancelled or played behind closed doors due to government regulations and/or public health advice meaning that the event cannot (or it is advised that it should not) proceed as planned, ticket purchasers will be notified, and a full refund will be issued by Ticketmaster. Ticketmaster will refund the full cost of the ticket and service charge fees to the original purchaser’s method of payment used at time of purchase. [Please note the Order Processing Fee of £2.75 will not be refunded.]
  8. If the event is postponed due to government regulations and/or public health advice meaning that the event cannot (or it is advised that it should not) proceed as planned on the original scheduled date, ticket purchasers will be notified, and your tickets will remain valid for the rescheduled date. If you are unable to attend the event on the rescheduled date, you may claim a refund, [minus the Order Processing Fee of £2.75,] within 30 days of publication of the re-scheduled event date.
  9. If you are legally prohibited from attending the event because of government restrictions and/or public health advice in place in your local area due to Coronavirus, you will be entitled to a refund. [Please note the Order Processing Fee of £2.75 will not be refunded.] Full details will be made available in June 2021 if government restrictions and/or public health advice are in place at that time.
  10. If government regulations and/or public health advice restrict (or recommend the restricting of) the number of spectators who can lawfully attend the event, some ticket purchasers’ tickets may be cancelled and a full refund will be issued. Ticketmaster will refund the full cost of the ticket and Service Charge fees to the original purchaser’s method of payment used at time of purchase. Please note the Order Processing Fee of £2.75 will not be refunded. Tickets will be cancelled in the following order according to the time and date when tickets were purchased within each category:
  • Tickets sold via the General sale
  • Tickets sold to ticket purchasers in ‘Presale Group Four’
  • Tickets sold to ticket purchasers in ‘Presale Group Three’
  • Tickets sold to ticket purchasers in ‘Presale Group Two’
  • Tickets sold to ticket purchasers in ‘Presale Group One’

First published 29 October 2020. Updated 19 May 2021.

 
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