Mailbox: Fans still waiting for Toronto ticket refunds

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Hi James,

Thanks for a great website.

It looks likely Toronto will be accepted back into Super league.

I bought 4 tickets for our group travelling to Toronto for their first home game v Hull FC in April.

When the game was officially cancelled I received an email on July 16th stating I would receive a refund within 30 days.

Obviously as Toronto’s problems have increased I am concerned that myself and many other supporters will not receive a refund.

When I purchased the tickets I went to the Toronto website which diverted me to The Ticketmaster website which is how I had to buy them. I have tried the live chat on the Ticketmaster website but this just pops up with a repeat of the original “you will receive a refund within 30 days message ”

If you have any contacts at Toronto or the RFL could you try to find out what is happening. I would be interested to know if any Wigan supporters as they were the next home game are having similar problems.

Many Thanks,

Paul Mooney

Editor’s comment: Toronto issued ticketing guidance back on July 16 – so it’s disappointing if not surprising that there’s been no resolution; especially because attracting fans and tourists to Canada, and the subsequent value of that, is a big positive for them when negotiating with sponsors and partners.

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4 Comments

    • C’mon Fred. Give ’em a chance. The new owner said he would pay their wages. So you are saying that Toronto shouldn’t get back in Super League and the players shouldn’t get their wages, is that right. Hope they get back in and help to spread the game in America.

    • Please don’t throw out the baby (Toronto) with the bathwater (outgoing ownership). We’ve been thrilled to discover the sport, attend the matches, and build interest in the league through the Wolfpack.

      I became a season ticketholder a couple of years back and have happily left my subscription in the hopper to be applied to future seasons — hoping that there will be some. Like most folks here, I don’t know a thing about the ownership group, but really hope to see the team and the sport continue to gain ground from a standing start here.

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