State Fair Extends Deadline to Refund Cashless Cards

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Cashless Card Refund Deadline Extended to October 31, 2014

$135,989 Still Unclaimed From Cashless Cards


PUEBLO, Colo. – The Colorado State Fair management has extended the deadline for fairgoers to apply for refunds from cashless cards used at the 2013 Colorado State Fair; nearly $136,000 remains unclaimed and the extended deadline of October 31, 2014, is quickly approaching.

In 2013, fairgoers deposited money onto Cashless Cards to buy items during the Fair and some visitors still have unspent money credited to their cards. Anyone who deposited money onto a cashless card can still get a refund of any unspent money by going to the refund office, located on the Fairgrounds in Pueblo, Colo. The office is located in the Palace of Agriculture Administration Office and is open Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Refund checks will be mailed early November.

The original deadline was September 1st but State Fair management has decided to provide additional time to fairgoers to apply for their refund. After the October 31st deadline, pursuant to state law (Section 38-13-108.2(1), C.R.S.) any non-refunded money will be considered abandoned property, and the Colorado State Fair will submit such property to the administrator of Colorado’s Unclaimed Property Fund.

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