Pro Football Hall of Fame offering reimbursements for canceled game

Those accepting a reimbursement will be ineligible from participating in a lawsuit

Pro Football Hall of Fame, Canton
(Matt McGee/Flickr Commons CC BY-ND 2.0)

CANTON, Ohio (WKBN) – The Pro Football Hall of Fame is offering reimbursements for those who bought tickets to the Hall of Fame football game, which was canceled due to poor field conditions.

Information on the proposed “Reimbursement Plan” is available by request from the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s website. Those seeking reimbursement are asked to fill out a form.

The reimbursement is being offered in the midst of a class action lawsuit, which has been filed in federal court in Akron against the Pro Football Hall of Fame and the National Football League. Those accepting a reimbursement will be ineligible from participating in the lawsuit, according to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

More information is available at Tickets@ProFootballHOF.com or by calling 844-4HOFTIX (844-446-3849).

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