Pat 2 of my draft grades will be coming up tomorrow, but I thought it was important to let everyone know that the Rams have extended their payment deadline for 2011 season-ticket holders to pay for their ticket packages. Not only that, but the team has also put a contingency plan in place in case the labor issue continues past that deadline.
The original deadline was May 2, but that date has been moved to June 1 for payments on the tickets. Also, there will be an altered payment plan after June 1 if the lockout is still in effect. According to the Rams’ website, “Fans that have deposited at least 10 percent of their payments by June 1 (or who rolled over their playoff deposits from 2010) will be able to keep their seats so long as they provide payment information that can be processed upon the resolution of the labor dispute.”
The team has already guaranteed a full refund plus interest for any games missed for fans that are paid in full by the deadline. Additionally, all season ticket holders can take advantage of the Club’s payment plan that allows for payments throughout the year.
So, for those of you out there wondering about where you stand as far as season tickets are concerned, you have to be happy with what the team is doing in that regard. This is a bad situation for everyone involved, but the fans are the ones that are truly being affected because of the lockout. At least the team is doing what it can when it comes to working with the fans in this case.