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The Winery Tour 2018 cancelled

The Winery Tour 2018 cancelled.

THE WINERY TOUR 2018 CANCELLATION

Due to unforeseen circumstances The Winery Tour regrets to announce the cancellation of the 2018 Winery Tour.

As it is not possible to reschedule the tour, full ticket refunds will be available for all shows from the point of purchase and will be processed immediately.

TICKETMASTER SALES
Credit & Debit Card:
If you booked online, over the phone or at a Ticketmaster outlet with a credit card, no action is required from you. A full refund will be issued back to the credit card you used to purchase the tickets. It can take some time to process, so please give Ticketmaster up to 7 days to process your refund.

If your original card has expired or is no longer valid (prepaid Visa and MasterCard included), you’ll need to get in touch with the Ticketmaster friendly Customer Service Team on 0800 111 999 between 9am - 9pm NZST Monday to Friday, or 9am - 5pm NZST Saturday to Sunday.

Cash & EFTPOS:
If you stopped into one of the Ticketmaster outlets to buy your tickets using cash or EFTPOS, you’ll need to swing by one more time with the tickets, and the EFTPOS card used if applicable, to make the booking. The outlet staff will help you with your refund.

OUTLET SALES
If you purchased from a venue or i-site directly, please return to the place of purchase to obtain a refund.


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