If you have sold your tickets for the canceled event through Ticketmaster.com, Ticketmaster.ca or Livenation.com (i.e., you resold your tickets through one of those sites, and you’ve been paid for them), your credit card on file will be charged to refund the buyer of your tickets and if successful, the tickets will be placed back on your account. Then, you’ll receive a refund for your original purchase (to the original method of payment used at the time of that purchase) once funds are received from the Event Organizer. No action is required for you to receive the refund. In some cases, the Event Organizer may also give you the option to choose either a credit or a refund; if so, we will send you a notification explaining your options, and how to submit a request for a credit.
If you have sold your tickets for the postponed, rescheduled, or moved event through Ticketmaster.com, Ticketmaster.ca or Livenation.com (i.e., you resold your tickets through one of those sites, and you’ve been paid for them), your tickets will be returned to your account if: (1) the Event Organizer has authorized refunds, and (2) the buyer has requested a refund. Should this occur, your credit card will be charged to refund the fan who purchased your tickets. Once your tickets are returned to your account, you may have the option to request a refund or credit, keep your tickets for the event, or, if available, repost your tickets for sale. Please note that any refund and/or credit policies are determined on an event-by-event basis by the Event Organizers, and may be subject to limitations set by the Event Organizer.
Please see our Purchase Policy for more information.