Rams update ticketholder plan for 2020 season – therams.com
In a letter to Stadium Seat License (SSL) holders, the Los Angeles Rams announced that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, SoFi Stadium will be at limited or no capacity in 2020 and season tickets will not be possible for the 2020 season.
Season tickets will be deferred to the 2021 season, with SSL holders given priority for 2020 single game tickets if fans are allowed in the stadium during the 2020 season. All previous single game ticket purchases and transferred tickets will be canceled.
According to the letter, the difficult decision to defer season tickets to 2021 means:
- All season ticket payment plans will be halted.
- SSL holders who have made payments toward 2020 season tickets will have the ability to keep money on their account to be used toward 2021 season tickets or receive a refund.
- Any tickets that Season Ticket Members have resold or transferred will be returned and dropped.
- All single game tickets purchased through Ticketmaster will be refunded within thirty days. If tickets were purchased through a resale marketplace, ticketholders should visit that marketplace’s website to review the site’s policies or contact the site’s customer service team for support.
The team anticipates that the NFL will cancel preseason games, which means the first NFL game at SoFi Stadium would be its Week 1 Sunday Night Football opener against the Dallas Cowboys on Sept. 13. In hopes of