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BlizzCon 2013 Tickets On Sale April 24 and 27
Originally Posted by Blizzard (Blue Tracker / Official Forums)
Mark your calendars—a Blizzard is coming to Southern California! Tickets for BlizzCon® 2013 will go on sale in two batches on Wednesday, April 24 at 7 p.m. PDT and Saturday, April 27 at 10 a.m. PDT through the official BlizzCon website. In addition, a limited number of tickets to an exclusive pre-BlizzCon Benefit Dinner will go on sale Wednesday, May 1 at 7 p.m. PDT.

BlizzCon 2013 takes place November 8 and 9 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, CA, and tickets to the two-day show will be available at $175 USD each. Tickets to the Benefit Dinner (which includes admission to BlizzCon) will be priced at $500 USD each, with proceeds benefitting Children’s Hospital of Orange County. Tickets to previous BlizzCon events have sold out within minutes, so be sure to synchronize your hourglasses.


Paladins, demon hunters, and Ghosts who can’t make it to the show in person will once again have the option to enjoy BlizzCon from home by ordering a BlizzCon Virtual Ticket, offering comprehensive live coverage of the event via a multi-channel Internet stream. Further details on the Virtual Ticket, including pricing, availability, and programming information, will be announced at a later date.

See the full press release or check out the BlizzCon Ticket page for more information, and be sure visit the official BlizzCon website at the dates and times above for a chance to purchase a ticket to the show. We hope to see you in Anaheim!
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  1. Stormgnoef's Avatar
    Anyone know the priced for the streaming?If they even gonna do one this year?
  1. magnoberta's Avatar
    Used to be about $40 if I remember correctly (that was on directv pay per view though, but I think internet stream was the same)
  1. Nerraw's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Stormgnoef View Post
    Anyone know the priced for the streaming?If they even gonna do one this year?
    I think it's been 39.99$/€ the previous years. I assume it'll be the same again.
  1. dope_danny's Avatar
    And so begins another "omg look at the art on the tickets, what does it mean?!?" event.
  1. orangelemonrain's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by maxilian View Post
    Actually they already confirmed that they will do the 4 things

    -A small info about Titan (don't get your hopes high, just small infos)
    -Diablo 3 expansion
    -Starcraft: legacy of the Void
    -WoW expansion
    None of that stuff is actually confirmed

    The titan leak mentioned time travel which turned out to be a hoax because the guy owned up to it being fake a while back in an older leak. Not many people heard about him owning up though and funnily enough this "leak" mentions time travel.

    The only likely things to be shown are Hearth Stone, WoW expansion 5, Blizzard All Stars. Anything else and you are probably getting your hopes too high, SC2 expansion just came out, and D3 expansion reveal still seems unlikely since they just got a new lead dev which probably means they only just started on it a month ago.

    As for Titan, i'm a firm believer we won't see anything titan related until 2015.
  1. Bluegirl91's Avatar
    175 $.... wtf
    Gamescom is 10 € and if you preorder 8 € ... and as a student 2 € discount

    Blizz.... money greedy bastards.

    Even Wacken doesn't cost this much.
  1. skatblast's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Bluegirl91 View Post
    175 $.... wtf
    Gamescom is 10 € and if you preorder 8 € ... and as a student 2 € discount

    Blizz.... money greedy bastards.

    Even Wacken doesn't cost this much.
    And it will be sold out so either buy the ticket or dont idiot
  1. lopane's Avatar
    Holds for the bliznoob little boy and girl at 175 E
  1. Dreadnor's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Yogg-Saron, God of Death View Post
    It could be true. I'm not accepting it as a fact, but it certainly makes a lot of sense. It's typical Blizzard, and it's not like we haven't seen paladins and paladin-like classes before. A lot of people are thinking paladins will become the next D3 class, so it actually all fitis into place. It also makes you wonder why they'd choose exactly those names, what with how a BL-expac is pretty much near-confirmed; if it's not next expac, it's the one after that.


    Not holding my breath, but it would make sense.
    I think you guys are on to something .

    witch dr and wizard - intellect.
    demon hunter and monk - agility.
    barbarian and _____? - str

    maybe about time they introduce the next hero class in WoW: demon hunter. They will probably have a melee spec, caster/tank? spec, and a range spec (another class to use bows/guns!), and maybe wear mail (3 classes wearing plate, 2 wearing mail, 3 wearing leather, 3 wearing cloth). Maybe they can start in Outlands at Black Temple, and maybe all of those demonic portals and camps in Outlands will be our gateway to the battlefield with the Legion.

    ghost? no idea. I dont think they're gonna bring back ghost recon though... maybe all-stars related
  1. Toby451's Avatar
    100% Guarantee the next WoW expansion will be shown.

    About 99% sure the first Diablo3 expansion will be shown. Hopefully a complete reinvention of the game tbh.

    I don't think SC2 Expansion 3 will be shown yet. 2014 Blizzcon.

    Titan will most likely be given its real name, a few details, but not much else. Probably 2014 Blizzcon.


    Just my guess. Hopefully wrong about Titan though, would love to see what Blizzard has been working on all these years.
  1. magnoberta's Avatar
    Another annual pass offer perhaps? To include D3 expansion and beta to next wow expansion Plus some in-game items again.
  1. Masser's Avatar
    "Paladins, demon hunters, and Ghosts"
  1. Millie's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by skatblast View Post
    And it will be sold out so either buy the ticket or dont idiot
    Shit sells, so it's valuable!

    Modern consumer logic. It's a good time to start a business.
  1. Nubzoe's Avatar
    Congrats, Millie! Your lack of intelligence is so cringeworthy it made me register an account just to let you know.

    Quote Originally Posted by Millie View Post
    Shit sells, so it's valuable!
    Value is subjective so if a product does sell, it probably is valuable (monetary, material, use, important, etc) to the consumer(s) who purchased said product. Common sense, you should learn it and then use it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Millie View Post
    Modern consumer logic. It's a good time to start a business.
    Judging from from these two inane and sarcasm-dripped statements, you seem to reek of stupidity and lack proper education. It just blows my mind how irredeemably vacuous people can be and still not realize it. This quote doesn't deserve a proper and dignified response or an explanation. That said...

    "Millie, what you've just said ... is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul..."

    I'm feeling embarrassed and ashamed for you.
  1. Celista's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Millie View Post
    Shit sells, so it's valuable!

    Modern consumer logic. It's a good time to start a business.
    Consumer trends are interesting. Beanie babies, Holland tulip bulbs. Bubbles ftw!

    Also I don't know what's wrong with Nubzoe, he seems exceptionally grumpy. Also not necessarily correct about the inherent value of an item...that's like saying that what a company's stock trades at necessarily reflects the value of the company (it doesn't necessarily, which is why there are people like financial analysts who attempt to determine intrinsic value).

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