Cowboys Working On Refund Policy In Case of 2011 Lockout

The National Football League announced on Tuesday that fans with general admissions to games in 2011 would receive a full refund in the case of a lockout, and that refunds on club seats, season tickets and seat license payments would be determined on a team-by-team basis--as such, the Dallas Cowboys have begun working on a policy for refunds for such ticket holders and licensees.

Speaking to ESPN Dallas, Cowboys spokesman Brett Daniels said that nothing was final as of yet, but that an announcement could come soon.

According to the league, season ticket holders will receive a refund for their seats or credit toward future games if the NFL is forced into work stoppage by the current disagreement between the players’ union and owners. Owners of individual game tickets will receive a similar deal, with some restrictions.

If the NFL can’t avoid a lockout, refunds will be paid within 30 days after the league determines the schedule.  

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