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Topic # 151458 26-Aug-2014 10:55
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Hey, I was just wondering,

I bought some tickets for a concert to go with my girlfriend however we have now broke up. The concert hasn't happened yet and I bought insurance. I remember when I bought some flights, the insurance covered the break down of a relationship. Will I get my money back?

If not would the best place to be to sell on trademe?

Thanks,

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  Reply # 1115745 26-Aug-2014 10:57
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Sorry to hear about the breakup mate. 

Hmm, you would need to check the terms and conditions of the ticket vendor - then you would know for sure. I am sure it gives you a list of circumstances there.

What concert tickets are they (out of curiosity).



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  Reply # 1115751 26-Aug-2014 11:04
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Krishant007: Sorry to hear about the breakup mate. 

Hmm, you would need to check the terms and conditions of the ticket vendor - then you would know for sure. I am sure it gives you a list of circumstances there.

What concert tickets are they (out of curiosity).



Thanks,

The tickets are Angus & Julia, I checked the T&C and nothing listed but neither did my flight insurance but still covered the break down of the relationship. I may get more on trade me anyway as the concert is sold out, just seeing what my options are.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1115858 26-Aug-2014 13:45
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Who is the insurance underwriter?  Check their policy.

Here is the Ticketmaster/Allianz one:
https://www.magroup-online.com/TMS/NZ/EN/TMS_NZ_en_TCs.pdf




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  Reply # 1115893 26-Aug-2014 14:37
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leo0787sx: Hey, I was just wondering,

I bought some tickets for a concert to go with my girlfriend however we have now broke up. The concert hasn't happened yet and I bought insurance. I remember when I bought some flights, the insurance covered the break down of a relationship. Will I get my money back?

If not would the best place to be to sell on trademe?

Thanks,


Take your new girlfriend....;-) Or someone you wish was your new girlfriend.

Unless Angus & Julia are bad (I have no idea who or what they are) in which case auction them for charity..







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  Reply # 1115901 26-Aug-2014 14:50
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floydbloke: Who is the insurance underwriter?  Check their policy.

Here is the Ticketmaster/Allianz one:
https://www.magroup-online.com/TMS/NZ/EN/TMS_NZ_en_TCs.pdf


Yeah that's the one, couldn't see anything, i'll try them if not trade me it is.

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Take your new girlfriend....;-) Or someone you wish was your new girlfriend.

Unless Angus & Julia are bad (I have no idea who or what they are) in which case auction them for charity..


haha it was going to be an expensive lil trip away with flights and accommodation as its in Auckland so I'll bank the pennies and treat myself.

She did buy the flights so wonder what she will do with them now.

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