Weddings, gigs and theatre tickets Which? explains how to get your money back if an event you have tickets for is cancelled or postponed due to coronavirus.
Ticket holders are fighting for refunds from secondary ticketing seller Viagogo for events cancelled or postponed by coronavirus, Which? has found. Viagogo’s website states that customers are only entitled to...
Viagogo has been forced to give ticket buyers more information and make it easier for them to get their money back in a landmark court ruling.
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With the Rio 2016 Olympic Games less than two weeks away, Which? is warning that a site is selling Olympic tickets in breach of official ticket restrictions.
Which? is encouraging consumer vigilance when shopping for tickets this Christmas following an increase in losses to scams.
Which? is giving ticket companies one month’s notice to justify their practices or we will take our evidence to the Competition and Markets Authority.
The High Court has ruled that unauthorised Olympic ticket sellers Euroteam AS, Uncus AS and Ticket and Travel AS must provide full refunds to customers.
A new Which? investigation has found that some official ticket sellers charge you the equivalent of a fifth of the price of your tickets in extra charges