Mumbai Indians will start the ticket refund process from Monday, May 2, for the bookings of its home matches dated May 8th, 13th, and 15th after the court ordered them to shift their matches out of the state due to drought. Mumbai will be playing their homes games at Vizag.

After an NGO, claimed that 60 lakh litres of water is proposed to be used for maintaining cricket pitches in the three venues that will host the IPL matches in Maharashtra namely Mumbai, Pune and Nagpur, the Bombay High Court’s ordered to shift all the IPL matches out of drought-hit Maharashtra after April 30.

According to a statement from Mumbai Indians,fans who had pre-booked online tickets for these three matches through the franchise’s ticketing partner BookMyShow or bought it from authorized counters, will be provided a full refund.

Customers who had booked online and have not been issued their physical tickets will get the refund in their respective bank accounts within 8-10 working days.

For customers who had booked online and picked up the physical tickets, they can hand over their tickets at RPL House,15 Walchand Road, Bellard Estate Near Grand Hotel, Fort, Mumbai between 10.00 am to 06.00 pm from 2nd May 2016 till 15th May 2016, and an acknowledgement receipt will be provided to the customer for the returned tickets and the refund amount will be credited to their respective bank accounts within 8-10 working days.

For customers who bought tickets directly from authorized ticket counters by paying cash, are also instructed to hand over the tickets at RPL House during office hours for an on-the-spot refund.

For customers who had opted for home delivery, delivery executive from the ticketing agency will collect the tickets from 2nd May 2016 onwards, from their respective home address and an acknowledgement receipt will be provided to the customer for the returned tickets and the refund amount will be credited to their respective bank accounts within 8-10 working days.

The refund process will continue for 14 days starting from May 2.

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