It's postponed!

It's postponed!

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mikeN54

Original Poster:

545 posts

133 months

Wednesday 18th March
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eps

5,018 posts

221 months

Wednesday 18th March
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frown not that surprising really

LM240

3,161 posts

170 months

Wednesday 18th March
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Fingers crossed!

Time to book hotel up pronto.

LawrieC

110 posts

56 months

Wednesday 18th March
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With Glastonbury, Eastenders and the Eurovision Song Contest getting the chop, what chance did we have

gt6

1,258 posts

137 months

Wednesday 18th March
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If things do not die down soon i thing even September will be hard to do

DMN

2,715 posts

91 months

Wednesday 18th March
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My Ferry company have already said I can shift the dates, so not too much hassle.

FredericRobinson

1,981 posts

184 months

Wednesday 18th March
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Tunnel booking changed with no fee, which is nice

eps

5,018 posts

221 months

Wednesday 18th March
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gt6 said:
If things do not die down soon i thing even September will be hard to do
unfortunately I agree with this frown we'll have to do a virtual meet up

Stellartois

67 posts

71 months

Wednesday 18th March
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Just saved £200 on the ferry, that's the weekend paid for 😆😆

Chozza

404 posts

104 months

Wednesday 18th March
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Stellartois said:
Just saved £200 on the ferry, that's the weekend paid for ????
£200 for the weekend ? Not planning on drinking ?

MB140

2,159 posts

55 months

Wednesday 18th March
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Looks like the company we have booked with aren’t offering refunds even if you can’t make the new dates (which we can’t)only a voucher which appears to be pointless in our case. Not got round to calling yet going to give it a few days to allow call volumes to die down.

Where do people stand legally if they want a refund not a credit note/voucher (so I know where I stand when I do call them). Thankfully it has been paid for on a credit card so that might be a route to go down if needs be.


Piha

2,387 posts

44 months

Wednesday 18th March
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Gutted. frown

FredericRobinson

1,981 posts

184 months

Wednesday 18th March
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MB140 said:
Looks like the company we have booked with aren’t offering refunds even if you can’t make the new dates (which we can’t)only a voucher which appears to be pointless in our case. Not got round to calling yet going to give it a few days to allow call volumes to die down.

Where do people stand legally if they want a refund not a credit note/voucher (so I know where I stand when I do call them). Thankfully it has been paid for on a credit card so that might be a route to go down if needs be.

Who's that with?
The voucher does give you 2021 and 2022 Le Mans though if you can't make September

ferrus

37 posts

14 months

Wednesday 18th March
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F^ck, f^ck, fu^ck.

My 20th Wedding Anniversary.
furious

Literally any other day but that would have been fine


MB140

2,159 posts

55 months

Wednesday 18th March
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FredericRobinson said:
MB140 said:
Looks like the company we have booked with aren’t offering refunds even if you can’t make the new dates (which we can’t)only a voucher which appears to be pointless in our case. Not got round to calling yet going to give it a few days to allow call volumes to die down.

Where do people stand legally if they want a refund not a credit note/voucher (so I know where I stand when I do call them). Thankfully it has been paid for on a credit card so that might be a route to go down if needs be.

Who's that with?
The voucher does give you 2021 and 2022 Le Mans though if you can't make September
I’d rather not say right now due to name and shame rules and I haven’t spoken to them yet. A bit of research seems to suggest I don’t have to accept the voucher.

Got to wait to talk with MrsMB140 hopefully we might be able to rearrange stuff so we can go in September. If not then we will have to decide what we want. I just want to be armed with the facts beforehand.

FredericRobinson

1,981 posts

184 months

Wednesday 18th March
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A look at my e-mails tells me it's the same people I'm booked with, I'll be going in September if it's on though
Wednesday 18th March
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ferrus said:
F^ck, f^ck, fu^ck.

My 20th Wedding Anniversary.
furious

Literally any other day but that would have been fine
The fact you can remember it must be worth a pass...

icepop

1,147 posts

159 months

Wednesday 18th March
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MB140 said:
Looks like the company we have booked with aren’t offering refunds even if you can’t make the new dates (which we can’t)only a voucher which appears to be pointless in our case. Not got round to calling yet going to give it a few days to allow call volumes to die down.

Where do people stand legally if they want a refund not a credit note/voucher (so I know where I stand when I do call them). Thankfully it has been paid for on a credit card so that might be a route to go down if needs be.

It's an odd one isn't it really, like my insurance, they say no refunds on postponement, only if and when it's called a cancellation. but the original purchase was made on the understanding that the event takes place between two defined dates in June, not September.

MB140

2,159 posts

55 months

Wednesday 18th March
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icepop said:
MB140 said:
Looks like the company we have booked with aren’t offering refunds even if you can’t make the new dates (which we can’t)only a voucher which appears to be pointless in our case. Not got round to calling yet going to give it a few days to allow call volumes to die down.

Where do people stand legally if they want a refund not a credit note/voucher (so I know where I stand when I do call them). Thankfully it has been paid for on a credit card so that might be a route to go down if needs be.

It's an odd one isn't it really, like my insurance, they say no refunds on postponement, only if and when it's called a cancellation. but the original purchase was made on the understanding that the event takes place between two defined dates in June, not September.
It’s quite weird isn’t it. Checking online via money.co.uk seems to imply that we entered a contract which the travel company can no longer satisfy (regardless of if it’s there fault), therefore we are entitled to a refund. Until we have spoken to them I’m not going to worry too much. I’m pretty certain between the travel insurance, credit card payment method and what appears to be protection under the law then we should get our money back. Failing that there is always the social media angle.