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by Paul on 11/27/12 at 09:47 PM ET
from David Pollak of Working the Corners,
That first refund from the Sharks after the lockout-forced cancellation of 16 regular season and three pre-season games through Dec. 14 isn’t likely to soothe many fans.
That’s because that first check comes to 1.8 percent of the 70 percent of the season that most season-ticket holders have paid for to this point.
For example, a fan with two $80 seats in the lower bowl using the installment plan paid 70 percent, or $4,928 of the $7,040 total cost before the team stopped collecting the final payments with the lockout pending. That fan will be getting back $88.70.
In an email sent to season-ticket holder Tuesday, the Sharks also noted that it would take two weeks to process and mail out November refunds, pushing their actual arrival inside the mailbox to mid-December.
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