The BlizzCon 2011 Tickets became available for purchase today Saturday, May 21 at 10am PDT (1pm New York, -5GMT). Within mere seconds, I loaded the sale page just for observation sake, and got welcomed with a 12256 queue, Estimated time: 1 hour, and a live bar displaying 86% of BlizzCon Tickets stock left.
Some of those gamers who actually got a ticket discovered the $175 BlizzCon Ticket has a state tax which actually put the total up to $190.
BlizzCon has been a massive event for informative panels, community interaction, hands-on preview and gameplay of upcoming games and expansions, and let’s not forget a surprise concert at the end of the BlizzCon schedule. It’s hard to complain paying an extra 15 bucks for tax or the overall cost of attending BlizzCon when the experience and thrill makes up for it.
Everyone has their own opinion or point of view, regardless.
The next batch of BlizzCon tickets will be available on Wednesday, May 25 at 7 p.m. (Pacific Time). The BlizzCon Dinner Tickets ($500 value) will be on sale Saturday, May 28 at 10 a.m. (Pacific Time).
Below are three images of the BlizzCon Ticket Sale page when it became available for orders:
So, d’you get one? 🙂
Eldorian is going to BlizzCon with a press badge, but he managed to buy an extra ticket today.
I determined today I won’t be able to attend BlizzCon.
Aww, that’s too bad man. Oh well, you’ll watch the live stream with the rest of us poor saps. 🙂