- Calvin Watkins, ESPN Staff Writer
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IRVING, Texas -- Cowboys officials are in the process of working on a ticket refund policy for club seats and suite holders in case of a lockout of the 2011 season.
Brett Daniels, who is in charge of corporate communications for the team, said no final decision has been made, but an announcement could come soon.
On Tuesday, the NFL announced it would offer full refunds to fans with general admission tickets if games are canceled because of a lockout.
The league said each team would determine its policies for all other seats.
The Washington Redskins announced they would offer a refund for all seats for its fans, including premium club seats and suites.
According to the NFL, season ticket holders can receive a refund or credits toward future games.
Fans with individual game tickets can also receive a refund or exchange the tickets for future games, with some restrictions.
Refunds will be paid within 30 days after the NFL determines the schedule for the 2011 season if there's a lockout.