Discussion in 'Conventions / Events' started by mllNY, Nov 10, 2015.
Preview July 20
San Diego Convention Center
@will519 @poncholo @spawnshop SDCC pre-reg this weekend 11/14
Pre-Registration Information here
Pre-Registration walkthrough here
Toucan blog ot make sure you are prepared here
@will519 how did you make out?!?
@mllNY I actually got inside the room. Managed to get myself all 4days plus preview....but I messed up doing my friend's info and forgot to put Sat for him still can't believe I messed that up. None of my other friends got inside and we're missing badges for 1 person now.
got through bought 4 day with pn and bought for @poncholo and his wife
@mllNY great to hear man. now we just got to wait for hotelpocalypse
yup, i just got home, literally left right after tickets sold out. Its odd you missed saturday, since if you pressed the preview night check box it automatically selected all the other days with it.
Jack did not get through but hey last year he did. Now as you say onto hotels and flights
@mllNY my two friends actually didn't want preview night so I had to manually check everything off and I was rushing so that didn't help either.
But hey I'm glad one of us go into the room.
@will519 well 2016 is starting to shape up for me, so far Toy Fair, C2E2, SDCC, and IX are on the books
SE: NYC and NYCC are on the agenda but have to get tickets before I consider them on the books
@mllNY just sdcc and nycc for me. Hopefully I can get a pro pass again. Don't think the retail price for nycc badges are worth it.
I'm just looking to go on more vacations/adventures to places then more cons.
@will519 yeah I was not feeling NYCC as much this year comparatively but we'll see
@will519 just booked my flight! got a good price from jetblue. My normal flight hours, get in Tuesday AM home on the redeye leaving Sunday night
@mllNY I usually go to SD on a Fri or Sat before hand and leave on a redeye on Sunday as well. Hoping to score a flight under 500.
my flight was $484 but there is still baggage fees but still under $500
Open reg next Saturday for everyone. Good luck.
I'm booked for Wondercon. SDCC is just no fun anymore. And even a lot of the talent has been moving over to Wondercon over the last few years. Wonercon is definitely more fun. SDCC is more hassle than fun for the last 3 or 4 years. Check out Wondercon next time!
(And L.A. actually has ENOUGH HOTELS to accommodate PEOPLE!!)
early bird hotels are open for SDCC
Win a trip to SDCC fools! You've been warned
@apsmith21 @bloodsnake007 @Wreck @tridon @kaw
AWESOME! Thanks for the tag @mllNY
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