Saints alter season ticket refund policy amid scrutiny

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The Louisiana Superdome served as a shelter of last resort in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, but sustained major damages during the storm. FEMA provided $176 million in funding for emergency protective measures, debris removal, mitigation measures and repairs to the facility, speeding the New Orleans' Saints return to their home field.

By BRETT MARTEL

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The New Orleans Saints have adopted a new refund policy allowing fans to relinquish their season tickets and get their money back. The Saints intend to fill the 73,000-seat Superdome for home games this season. But they also are following local and state protocols that restrict admittance to fans who wear masks and show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test 72 hours before a game. Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry opposes mask mandates and had called for the withholding of funding for Superdome improvements unless the Saints agreed to provide refunds.

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