All sports subscriptions are final once the season starts. There are a few very simple reasons why. Number one, those revenues are often split with the leagues. Secondly, and this was learned by distributers and the leagues years ago, if you didn't have this policy here's what used to happen about 13 or 14 years ago. Fan of Team Y is all fired up, the season starts and low and behold their star quarterback breaks his leg week 2....season over. Fan wants to now cancel to get pro-rated rest of season back because he's not interested in watching his team any longer. Sorry, but it cannot work that way. Now, NASCAR was a bit different because it was the first year of the product, but it doesn't take away the contractual obligations. By the way, ever wonder if calls are placed to D* when a boxer goes down in round 1 and fans asking for a refund? Do you think D* gets a refund from Don King? :nono2: Yet D* certainly gets those calls too. So the policies were put in place by the leagues and the distributors that were clear cut and straight forward. Once the season starts, there are no refunds. It's to protect the leagues, the distributors and quite frankly the fans that paying in full so the following year prices can remain relatively constant.