a supplementary fee over the value of the voucher

Alex Coseff

Senior Member
Czech
Could you help anyone? Does the following phrase sound right: "A supplementary fee over the value of the voucher can be paid in cash only." (I refer to a situation when I attend a concert with a ticket voucher, however, the performance is more expensive than the value of my voucher). I am not sure if the whole phrase sounds natural + if I use the expression "a supplementary fee" in the right way.
No source, my own statement:)
I would be grateful for any comments. Thanks a lot.
 
  • bennymix

    Senior Member
    If the total charges (or total fees) exceed the value of the voucher, you will be required to pay a supplementary (or, additional) fee in cash [to cover the difference].

    More simply, If the total charges (or total fees) exceed the value of the voucher, you will be required to pay the difference, in cash.
     
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