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Left with tickets...

12 replies

SukiTheDog · 29/06/2017 16:46

Tickets have been bought for a music event in the nearest city to us. Expensive. Now, one of the party refuses to go as they're concerned about the recent terror attacks in the UK. This was a "treat" and im realky pissed off.

It was difficult for us to get childcare and is quite a drive for us. Aibu? I feel really cross. WE can still go but the afternoon out, theatre and dinner arranged was NOT for US. It was for HER (party not attending). I know we can probably sell the ticket at the venue but, it's someone I saw in the US amd k ow she's a big fan so, not for me, for her! Angry

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StealthPolarBear · 29/06/2017 16:47

Did you pay for her ticket?

ThomasRichard · 29/06/2017 16:47

Just go anyway. Her loss.

19lottie82 · 29/06/2017 16:49

I don't think you can really be cross. Her fears may seem far fetched to you but to her they are real.
However I would feel cross if she didn't offer to reimburse you for the ticket ect.

How many others are going?

SukiTheDog · 29/06/2017 16:50

Just us three. As I say, not something I'd have gone to.

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GreenTulips · 29/06/2017 16:52

Ask her to pay for her ticket and for her to sell it -

You could sell yours as well if you aren't that fussed

19lottie82 · 29/06/2017 16:53

why not sell all 4 tickets and use the money to do something you would prefer?

SukiTheDog · 29/06/2017 16:55

Good point.

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228agreenend · 29/06/2017 17:22

She should still pay for her share of any expenditure. Eg ticket price, hotel etc. Only refund her if you can sell the ticket.

SukiTheDog · 29/06/2017 20:00

Yes, will refund her if we can sell the ticket.

I guess, deep down I'm cross that she can be so cowed by the threat. I'm sad that what was to be a soecial event is now ended because of a "perceived" threat.

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SukiTheDog · 29/06/2017 20:00

Social event. Obvs!

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Trills · 29/06/2017 20:03

I would be annoyed too if I was looking forward to a social event that was now cancelled (without any attempts at rearranging) because of fear of terrorist activity.

Trills · 29/06/2017 20:05

Even if you get your money back, you can't get back the time and energy you spent arranging tickets and babysitters.

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