The management of the Guyana Amazon Warriors Franchise has announced that ticket holders for Wednesday’s rained out game between Amazon Warriors and Jamaica Tallawahs who were unable to collect “exchange tickets” for Friday’s game between the Warriors and the St Lucia Zouks can obtain refunds.
Ticket holders for that Wednesday’s game can present their ticket stubs, which will have their names on the stubs, and a form of identification (Passport or National Identification Card) only at the Ticket Outlet, CPL OPCO Guyana Inc Office, Middle Street, Georgetown between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. from Wednesday, July 22 to Friday, July 24.
Only persons who purchased tickets at the authorized ticketing outlets will be eligible for refunds, and ticket holders must be present in person. Complimentary tickets will not be refunded.
The Ticket Office has a record of all those who purchased tickets, and hence will be able to verify legitimate ticket holders.
The management of the Guyana Amazon Warriors had put in place a “ticket exchange programme” through which persons who purchased tickets for the rained out game could have claimed tickets for Friday’s game between the Amazon Warriors and the Zouks.
That decision was taken following the abandonment of the game between the Guyana Amazon Warriors and the Jamaica Tallawahs, as well as taking into consideration the passionate support of fans for the Amazon Warriors team in particular and the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) tournament in general.
This refund programme is yet another demonstration that the management of the Amazon Warriors Franchise is deeply appreciative of the support from the people of Guyana during the hosting of the CPL games in Guyana and indeed the rest of the Caribbean. (CPL)