Bengals will issue refunds to ticket holders for canceled game vs. Bills

NFL: JAN 02 Bills at Bengals
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The Bengals have announced that people who bought tickets to Monday night’s game, which was canceled after Bills safety Damar Hamlin went into cardiac arrest on the field, will receive refunds.

For people who bought single-game tickets to the game, they will be refunded the purchase price via their payment method and no actions will be required.

For Bengals season ticket holders, their tickets and parking costs will be automatically credited to their accounts and they can use the credit toward tickets to a home playoff game if the Bengals play one, 2023 season tickets, or get a cash refund.

For ticket holders who re-sold their tickets to Monday night’s game through Ticketmaster, Ticketmaster will refund the buyers of the re-sold tickets.

People who bought resale tickets through outlets other than Ticketmaster will need to contact customer service for those outlets.

11 responses to “Bengals will issue refunds to ticket holders for canceled game vs. Bills

  1. Really cool. Well except that Ticketmaster part. Still waiting on refund from them for a concert cancelled because of Covid in 2019.

  2. This clearly shows that Mike Brown isn’t involved at all with the team’s operations anymore. His legendary cheapness would have never allowed this to happen.

  3. Post injury, the Bengals have been on the short end of every decision. Yes, The fans need to be reimbursed but the league could cover that for them.

  4. The league is stepping in. It will be determined by coin flip if the fans receive the refund. And if the coin flip says fans get a refund, Goodell will determine which city’s fans receive it.

  5. It’d be a heck of a ticket stub to hang onto.

    I don’t wanna be hippie-dippie about this, but everyone came together around one single cause for the first time…probably since 9/11.

  6. Refunded tickets, lost revenue from the game, potential lost playoff game, city lost revenue from the potential cancelation of the playoff game. It’s costly to have decency in this dog eat dog world.

  7. Yes, needs to be done and the Brown family is always quick to step up. Yes, this move should be followed by the league stepping up. But Comm Gotohell and other owners already have shown their vendetta against the Bengals.

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