Redskins Haven’t Changed Their Policies Regarding Paying for Tickets

Despite the labor dispute threatening the 2011 season, most NFL teams, including the Redskins, have not changed policies requiring season ticket holders to pay in full this spring.

Operating as if there will be a full NFL season in 2011, the Redskins are requiring that season ticket packages be paid in full by May 1, according to invoices sent out to season ticket holders.

The Redskins are among the large majority of NFL teams that haven’t altered season ticket payment plans. But the New York Giants, New York Jets, Carolina Panthers and Buffalo Bills are giving fans more time to pay because of the uncertainty of the 2011 season.

“It’s business as usual,” Redskins Senior Vice President Tony Wyllie said. “But we have promised that if any games are missed, they have their choice of full refund or credit to next year.”


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