PRESS RELEASE: “Admit One Issues Full Refunds in Light of US Open Cancellations”
New York, NY (Admit One) September 8, 2011 – Admit One, a major secondary ticket broker specializing in the buying and selling of live event tickets, announced that it has already begun refunding its customers for recently cancelled US Open sessions. In accordance with company policy, Admit One refunds all customers holding US Open tickets to sessions that are officially cancelled in accordance with USTA inclement weather policy.
“We wanted to reassure all of our valued customers that it is Admit One’s policy to issue a full refund for all tickets purchased for any US Open session that is subsequently cancelled in accordance with USTA official inclement weather policy. Therefore, Admit One began issuing refunds to customers on Tuesday for cancelled sessions 17 and 18. We are in the process of refunding customers for sessions 19 and 20, which were cancelled on Wednesday,” said Leor Zahavi, Admit One Founder and CEO. “In the event that we need a return of tickets in order to process refunds, we will contact customers by the end of this week. We would like to thank everyone for their patience and continued patronage.”
Admit One, with a tradition of customer service and support, has a long standing, well-documented US Open refund policy. The broker has traditionally provided refunds to customers when the USTA has officially cancelled events due to inclement weather.
About Admit One
Admit One is a fully licensed and bonded ticket broker doing business in New York City since 1995. Admit One is located in the heart of NYC’s Theater District. With 55 employees, Admit One is one of the nation’s largest ticket brokers and specializes in all sporting, concert, and theater events, including all major New York City events.