A group of friends went gaga when they heard the news about Kawhai Leonard visiting the Philippines.
They were excited to see in person the 2014 NBA Most Valuable Player and so upon learning about PLDT The Last Home Stand event with Gilas Pilipinas, they didn’t think twice since the proceeds were for charity. In short, they bought tickets the moment it was available to the public.
Actually, the ticket sells like hotcake, knowing that aside from Leonard, James Harden, DeMar DeRozan, Brandon Jennings, Kyle Lowry, Damian Lillard, Terrence Ross, Tyson Chandler, Matt Barnes, Ed Davis, and Nick Johnson were also coming. And so my friends were able to buy the July 23 scheduled match-up.
But tonight, on the eve of their dreaming over Kawhi, the much-awaited match-up did not push through. Instead, the program held was like an open-to-public practice of the NBA basketball stars and Gilas Pilipinas members.
Very sad. A lot of NBA and PBA fanatics cannot accept that they bought tickets worth thousands of pesos just to watch the players practice or do the drill? On the other side, an auction was also held. Stuffs from the NBA stars were sold, the most valuable I read was up to P36,000 for a jersey.
Now, my friends were going gaga about the process for refund. They were asked to call the hotline numbers this Wednesday morning.
Out of disappointment, my friends just went out to relax in a friendly community site using their casino bonus and no deposit bonus codes . They said the no deposit bonus gave them more excitement and profit than watching the basketball drill.
UPDATE: Instead of calling the hotline number, my friend just contacted through email. After a day they received confirmation that they can claim their money at Ticketnet Box Office at the Smart Araneta Coliseum