Before booking your tickets, you should make sure that you carefully review details of the Event and your ticket selection, including making sure that you can comply with any terms and conditions of the Event Organiser and the venue (information on which will be available to you during the booking process).
As we only act as a platform by which event organisers make their tickets available to you,we have no control or responsibility over the Event. We can therefore issue no refunds or exchanges.
Getting a refund on Tickets.
Purchased Tickets cannot be refunded unless:
- If an event you have booked is cancelled;
- If an event is re-scheduled or has a change of venue:
Only the face value of the Ticket will be refunded if (1) or (2) occurs.
Ticket booking fees are non-refundable.
If the face value has been reduced by the organiser, the refund will be for the discounted face value price paid.
If an Event is cancelled, rescheduled, or has a change of venue, and we have been informed of the change by the Event Organiser, we will contact you as soon as possible by email using the details you have supplied in the My Account section of the Website. If you do not receive this notification because you have not updated the email address that we hold in your account, we cannot be held liable. We also cannot be held liable should the email address we hold in your account be configured in such a way to block or divert into spam or junk folders any emails we send to your email address.
Why we don’t refund the booking fees you’ve paid on tickets.
As we act as an agent on behalf of event organisers or events you bought tickets for, the face value ticket price will go directly to the event organiser.
The booking fee covers all of our costs associated with your transaction- including card charges, staffing, VAT, affiliate commissions, our office overheads and ongoing technical research and development.
Once transaction is completed, our booking fees are non-refundable.
When you’re not entitled to a refund
if you can no longer attend an event or you’ve simply changed your mind about going, you’re rarely entitled to a refund, despite tickets often being purchased months in advance.