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 by Elvis
3 weeks ago
 Total posts:   26475  
 Joined:  Mar 28 2015
United States of America   Los Angeles
Administrator

Refunds for everyone:

2020 Season Update
We anticipate that the NFL will cancel preseason games, which means the first NFL game at SoFi Stadium would be our Week 1 Sunday Night Football opener against the Dallas Cowboys on September 13th. In hopes of having fans at the opener, we ask that you please join us in wearing a mask to help stop the spread of COVID-19.

If fans are allowed to attend games at any point this year, Rams gamedays will look different based on guidelines provided by the CDC, NFL, and state and local officials. We anticipate that stadium capacity would be limited to approximately 15,000 seats per game to allow for social distancing. Wearing a face covering will be required for the safety of fans, players and staff. Additional information on safety protocols can be found in the FAQs.

Since we are unable to accommodate all SSL holders in a reduced capacity stadium for all games, we are making the difficult decision to defer 2020 season tickets to the 2021 season. All season ticket payment plans will be halted, effective immediately. Payments made toward 2020 season tickets can be kept on your account to be used toward 2021 season tickets or you may receive a refund. All single game tickets purchased from the Rams and Ticketmaster will be canceled and refunded. Additional information on your tickets can be found in the FAQs.

 by LARams_1963
3 weeks ago
 Total posts:   1020  
 Joined:  Aug 04 2016
United States of America   Huntington Beach
Pro Bowl

Well, cancelled with options. This is what I received from the Rams. It allows me to opt in, use funds from 2020 to apply to individual games this year (If fans are allowed). Any bank left rolls over into 2021.


Just received this info from the Rams....... We are choosing to opt In.



La Rams
ACCOUNT MANAGER SOFI STADIUM RAMS NEWS COMMUNITY



Soon SoFi Stadium will be complete and we will be closer to witnessing Aaron Donald’s first sack and Jared Goff’s first touchdown pass in our new home. The latest photos show you 70,000 seats surrounding the field, our locker room, and the beautiful parkland and lake that set the world’s greatest stadium apart. Earlier this month, we released a video showing the first-of-its-kind dual-sided 70,000 square foot video board rising into place above the field at SoFi Stadium.

Like you, we had August 2020 circled on our calendars as the first time we could all come together at SoFi Stadium for a Rams game. Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we continue to alter plans for the upcoming season to ensure the safety of our players, staff and fans. In light of the most up-to-date regulations and restrictions in California, and specifically Los Angeles, as well as from the NFL, we want to provide you the latest information regarding Rams games this year.
2020 Season Update
We anticipate that the NFL will cancel preseason games, which means the first NFL game at SoFi Stadium would be our Week 1 Sunday Night Football opener against the Dallas Cowboys on September 13th. In hopes of having fans at the opener, we ask that you please join us in wearing a mask to help stop the spread of COVID-19.

If fans are allowed to attend games at any point this year, Rams gamedays will look different based on guidelines provided by the CDC, NFL, and state and local officials. We anticipate that stadium capacity would be limited to approximately 15,000 seats per game to allow for social distancing. Wearing a face covering will be required for the safety of fans, players and staff. Additional information on safety protocols can be found in the [www.therams.com/tickets/covid-faq]FAQs.

Since we are unable to accommodate all SSL holders in a reduced capacity stadium for all games, we are making the difficult decision to defer 2020 season tickets to the 2021 season. All season ticket payment plans will be halted, effective immediately. Payments made toward 2020 season tickets can be kept on your account to be used toward 2021 season tickets or you may receive a refund. All single game tickets purchased from the Rams and Ticketmaster will be canceled and refunded. Additional information on your tickets can be found in the [www.therams.com/tickets/covid-faq]FAQs.
Your Tickets - 2020 Season Options
If a limited number of fans are permitted to attend games, SSL holders will have the option to purchase tickets for individual games through a process we will share at a later date, with priority given to Members who stay on for the 2020 season. In the interim, each Season Ticket Member must select one of the following choices by July 31:
Opt out of the 2020 season: By doing so you are confirming that you do not wish to attend games this season even if we are able to host a limited number of fans. If you wish to opt out and have not already done so, please click on the Opt Out button below. No action is necessary if you already opted out. Opting out means:
Any funds paid toward 2020 season tickets will be applied to your 2021 season tickets unless you request a refund
You will keep your seats for the 2021 season at the same price
There is no impact on parking for 2021
Your SSL commitment remains
You will receive the annual Season Ticket Member gift
You are guaranteed continued access to member benefits including virtual experiences, discounts and free mobile RedZone and Game Pass
Stay on for 2020 Season: If fans are allowed at SoFi Stadium for games this season, you will receive priority access to purchase individual game tickets and parking based on a process determined at a later date. You can apply your 2020 season ticket payments towards the purchase of these individual game tickets.
Stadium Seat Licenses (SSLs): All SSLs will be extended by one year and thus remain a fifty (50) year license. SSLs must remain in compliance to purchase 2021 season tickets.
Opt Out Of 2020 →
Stay On For 2020 →
If you have any questions, concerns or require additional information, please contact your Member Services Representative John Billingsley by emailing [email protected] or calling or texting 818-540-2014. Additionally, our [www.therams.com/tickets/covid-faq]FAQ page may provide helpful answers to some of your questions.

SoFi Stadium will not be truly complete without all of our Season Ticket Members coming together to create a home field advantage. We look forward to the day when we can all be back together cheering as one.

-Los Angeles Rams






2020 Season Stay On Header Image

Stay on for the 2020 Season
If fans are allowed in SoFi Stadium this season, opting-in via this form will maintain your priority access to purchase individual game tickets that may become available.
Please note however that due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, gamedays at SoFi Stadium will look different this season and the potential impact on stadium capacity will likely affect ticketing policies.
The following protocols will likely be in effect at SoFi Stadium:
If fans are allowed at Rams home games, capacity would likely be limited to approximately 15,000 guests based on current CDC guidlines. This is subject to change based on state, local and federal guidelines.
Fans must wear a mask on the face at all times unless actively eating or drinking. This includes inside clubs and suites.
Social distancing will be enforced at all times. Congregating in concourses will be actively discouraged by stadium staff.
Seating blocks will be set up to promote social distancing, with separation of 6 feet between blocks. Seating block sizes will vary and able to accommodate between 1 and 10 guests.
The first seven rows of the stadium will be eliminated and covered with tarps to protect players and coaches.
All purchase stations will be strictly cashless. If you need to convert cash to gift cards, “reverse ATMs” will be available on each concourse.
Hand sanitizing stations will be located throughout the stadium.
Tailgate parking may be available but in a limited capacity. Social distancing will be enforced and congregations outside of those attending the game with you will be discouraged.
Health screening measures will be implemented and are likely to include a signed waiver prior to entering SoFi Stadium as well as staff temperature checks.
Please note the additional potential impacts on ticketing policy for Season Ticket Members:
Due to the uncertainty around fans being allowed at games and capacity limitations, we cannot guarantee a specific number of games that Season Ticket Members will be able to purchase.
Any funds paid toward 2020 season tickets will remain on your account to be used toward the purchase of individual game tickets for a limited number of games, if fans are allowed in stadium. Any money remaining after the purchase of 2020 individual game tickets will be rolled over to your 2021 season tickets.
It is highly unlikely that you will be able to purchase your exact seats for games during the 2020 season due to the altered stadium manifest to allow for social distancing.
While you will be able to transfer and resell tickets, you must do so while protecting ticket blocks. You cannot resell a portion of your tickets for a game to avoid having groups sitting directly next to each other who do not know one another. For example, if you purchase four seats for a game, you cannot sell only two of the tickets, as you must attend with family members or trusted acquaintances to limit viral spread. Also, you cannot split the four seats into two pairs and sell each of those pairs. This is to ensure that each block contains only family members or trusted acquaintances. If you choose to sell or transfer part of a ticket block, you may lose the right to purchase future tickets and have your SSL terminated.
If tickets are sold for any games, first priority for tickets will go to Season Ticket Members who opted to stay in for the 2020 season. Season Ticket Members who opted out of the 2020 season would have the next presale opportunity to purchase tickets before any remaining tickets are made available to the general public.
For additional information and FAQs please visit our website.
Please elect either this option or the option to opt-out of the 2020 season (available in your email) by July 31.

 by Mr. Sparkle
3 weeks ago
 Total posts:   483  
 Joined:  Nov 28 2017
United States of America   Orange County Ca.
Starter

It is a bit odd. But I guess if they get rid of the season tickets even if they let us use our Season ticket money to buy individual tickets, the costs are going to go way up. That has to be the only reason they are doing this. If they had lottery, they would only get 15k worth of people. But now that they get to sell at only 15k seats, I am betting its going to get $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

 by Elvis
3 weeks ago
 Total posts:   26475  
 Joined:  Mar 28 2015
United States of America   Los Angeles
Administrator

I can't believe i forgot to put 2020 in the thread title, fixed.

None of us have tickets for 2020 but we do have the option to try and get some if they end up playing games with fans...

 by St. Loser Fan
3 weeks ago
 Total posts:   5643  
 Joined:  May 31 2016
United States of America   LA Coliseum
Hall of Fame

Anything from the Chargers? Because I assume that 15,000 seats for their games should be plenty for their season ticket base.

 by Mr. Sparkle
3 weeks ago
 Total posts:   483  
 Joined:  Nov 28 2017
United States of America   Orange County Ca.
Starter

St. Loser Fan wrote:Anything from the Chargers? Because I assume that 15,000 seats for their games should be plenty for their season ticket base.

No word that I saw looking around their forums.
I hope they don't allow any people in. I want to have a big home opener the way it should be. This will feel crappy watching from home someone else in my seat.

 by St. Loser Fan
3 weeks ago
 Total posts:   5643  
 Joined:  May 31 2016
United States of America   LA Coliseum
Hall of Fame

Mr. Sparkle wrote:No word that I saw looking around their forums.
I hope they don't allow any people in. I want to have a big home opener the way it should be. This will feel crappy watching from home someone else in my seat.


Interesting that they're quiet. The Jets and Giants issued joint statements.

 by snackdaddy
3 weeks ago
 Total posts:   6958  
 Joined:  May 30 2015
United States of America   Merced California
Hall of Fame

2020 has been such a crazy year. I still have doubts there will be a season. We'll get a better idea when baseball starts tomorrow and basketball next week. If they can pull it off then there is hope.

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