Adam French, Which? Consumer Rights Expert, said:
“Those with tickets for Euro 2020 may be worried about being left out of pocket as a result of the tournament being postponed. The current plan is for the games to be rescheduled in 2021, so hold onto your tickets until you know whether you can make the new dates.
“If you’re unable to make it to a game once the new dates have been confirmed, then you’ll be entitled to a refund. It could be harder to get a refund on any travel or accommodation booked for the match, unless it was purchased as part of a package deal. Check the cancellation policies of any travel or accommodation you have booked.”
Notes to editors:
For more information about your rights with cancelled or postponed events, visit: https://www.which.co.uk/news/
2020/03/coronavirus-outbreak- cancelled-or-postponed-events- can-i-get-my-money-back/
Customers who pay with a credit card may be able to claim against their credit card company under Section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act. For more information on using Section 75, visit: https://www.which.co.uk/
consumer-rights/regulation/ section-75-of-the-consumer- credit-act#your-rights-under- section-75