I am hoping to go and see England v WI at Headingley tomorrow, but in the likely event of rain, I doubt I'll see much.
Can you get refunds, and if so, then how.
Read the terms and conditions on the back of the ticket.
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Yeah, even if it is rained off, I'll probably just hang around there, better than staying at home.
If it's chucking it down, then I'll probably go home, or go inside, if it's light, then I'll stay out and look about.
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a) No play because the match has been completed - a full refund
b) 10 Overs or less because of adverse weather conditions - a full refund
c) 10.1 Overs to 24.5 Overs because of adverse weather conditions - a 50% refund
Less of course handling fee of about 10% of the ticket price...
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