Summit Cancellation, Change and Credit Policy
Summit is doing all that we can to safely bring our community back together. Due to economics and cancellation insurance limitations, we will not be able to issue cash refunds if you cancel your registration prior to the event.
Cancellation/Postponement by Summit Series
It is possible Summit Series may need to cancel or postpone an Event for reasons beyond its control. These reasons could include but are not limited to pandemics, natural disasters or other events limiting travel to or from the site of the Event, circumstances limiting the availability or suitability of the venue, governmental regulation or orders limiting or restricting the Event or changes in economic considerations. Tickets are not refundable regardless of the reason for cancellation or postponement, however the full price of all tickets shall be automatically credited to the Summit Series event scheduled as replacement or substitution for such Event. In the event an attendee does not want to attend the scheduled replacement event such attendee may request by written notice to receive a credit for the full amount of the original ticket for use at any other Summit Series event, subject to availability and Summit Series’ general policies regarding any caps or restrictions on the overall use of credits at an event. All credits issued as a result of COVID-19 related 2020 event postponements will expire by 12/31/2023. If an attendee applies a 2020 event credit toward a 2022 or 2023 event and has to eventually cancel, their reissued credit will still expire by 12/31/2023.
For additional protection, we encourage attendees to purchase travel, medical, and/or trip cancellation insurance. For example, some of the most popular travel insurance providers are Allianz, GeoBlue and Travel Guard. The attendee’s credit card or employer may also provide certain coverage. For information about how to contact Summit Series, please visit our contact page.