NEW YORK — The National Football League Management Council said Tuesday that it would allow ticket holders to apply for refunds during the players' strike despite the league's intentions to play games with non-striking veterans and free agents.
The Management Council said:
"As games are played during a strike, all ticket holders desiring refunds for those games may obtain them by personally surrendering their tickets at designated refund locations by the prior Tuesday. Season ticket-holders may waive a refund and instead receive credit toward 1988 season tickets. There will be no loss of seat priority for a season ticket-holder to apply for refund or credit."