Saracens will not be refunding money to their 5 000 season-ticket holders despite relegation from the Premiership at the end of the season already being confirmed due to the salary-cap scandal.
The reigning champions have the most expensive top-priced season tickets in the league, with adults paying from £300 to £1130.
Some tickets have gone up by more than 300 percent in the last five years.
A handful of season-ticket holders have emailed the tainted champions questioning why they would keep attending the 14 remaining Premiership matches, but the established policy of no refunds — common to all clubs — is not under review.
The Premiership’s chief executive Darren Childs revealed on Tuesday that Saracens had promised to keep fielding strong sides for the rest of the season to “maintain the integrity of the tournament” as part of the hurried deal reached last week to draw a line under the salary-cap scandal. — BBC.