What to do if you booked Donington Park MotoGP tickets

Author: Oli Rushby Posted: 11 Feb 2015

Did you book tickets for Donington Park?

Yesterday it was announced that Donington Park would no longer host the 2015 British Grand Prix after a deal done with the Circuit of Wales fell through just six months before the event.

We then brought you news that Silverstone had signed a two-year deal with the body behind the Circuit of Wales to host the British GP in 2015 and 2016.

This is all fine and dandy, unless of course you’d already bought tickets and booked accommodation for Donington. But worry not – as long as you bought your tickets through the official channels, you will get a full refund according to Donington Park.

Here’s a quick guide on how to get your money back:

IF YOU PURCHASED YOUR TICKETS THROUGH SEE TICKETS…

If you purchased your tickets with Donington’s ticketing agency, See Tickets you will receive an automatic refund in the next 10 working days. 

IF YOU PURCHASED YOUR TICKETS WITH DONINGTON PARK…

If you purchased your tickets with Donington Park direct, you need to email motogp@donington-park.co.uk.

IF YOU PURCHASED HOSPITALITY TICKETS

If you purchased hospitality tickets for the weekend, you need to get in touch with tara.wiley@donington-park.co.uk and you will receive a phone call within 3 working days to arrange your refund. 

IF YOU BOOKED ACCOMMODATION OR TRAVEL…

Unfortunately, the circuit is not liable for any pre-booked accommodation or travel. Most hotels have reasonable cancellation policies if you have booked well in advance. We’d recommend giving your hotel a call to see whether you can get a full refund.

Will you be booking tickets for Silverstone?

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