Will Pitchup be refunding deposits for stays cancelled due to Coronavirus, despite being ‘non refundable’?
Please consider supporting the sector by moving your booking to a new date with the site, instead of cancelling completely. You can do this by contacting the site direct.
A) If your booking was made before March 1, 2022, Pitchup is offering to refund your deposit against a future stay booked within 3 months after your arrival date.
For example, if your arrival date was 12th May, this means that you have from now until 12th August to make a new booking. There is no limit on the arrival date for your new booking, it can be for stays at any point in 2022 or beyond.
B) If the check-in time has already passed or if the booking is scheduled for after March 1st, 2022, the standard cancellation policy will apply.
To use your existing deposit against a future stay, contact us with your new booking reference (made within 3 months of your original arrival date). We will refund the lower of your two deposits back to your original card.
Most of Pitchup’s costs, such as advertising, staffing and payment processing costs, are incurred in the lead-up to the booking, which is why we are requesting customers to accept a credit where possible.
If this is unsuitable or any exceptional circumstances (for example serious illness), please contact us. We will be keeping this policy under review as developments unfold.
Your travel insurance may cover certain non-refundable cancellation costs: however this is likely to apply only for countries with government restrictions in place. Further information on travel insurance and coronavirus is available from the Association of British Insurers.