Fans of Michael Jackson can get full refunds for the pop star''s 50 concerts in London cancelled after his death last week, his Los Angeles-based promoter AEG Live has announced.

Jackson, the 50-year-old King of Pop who spent more than four decades in the public spotlight, died on June 26 of a heart attack just weeks before he was to launch a series of comeback concerts in London.

"AEG Live (UK) Ltd, concert promoters, announced that full refunds will be available to fans who purchased tickets through authorized agents for any of the 50 Michael Jackson ''This Is It'' concerts which were to take place at The O2 Arena in London," the company said Monday in a press release on its web site.

Fans reportedly spent more than $90 million on tickets, which were priced between $82 and $124. The first concert was scheduled for July 13.

The company also said that die-hard fans "will have the option to be sent the actual tickets they would have received to attend the shows in lieu of the full refunds which are being offered."