Blizzcon Tickets on Sale on May 21 & 25
Originally Posted by Blizzard (Blue Tracker)
BlizzCon® is a celebration of the global player communities surrounding the Warcraft®, StarCraft®, and Diablo® universes. This two-day event features discussion panels with Blizzard Entertainment developers, hands-on play time with the latest versions of Blizzard Entertainment games, professional and casual eSports tournaments for players to showcase their talents, social events for players and developers to meet one another, community contests with great prizes, and much more.

BlizzCon 2011 Tickets - $175 USD
Tickets to attend BlizzCon 2011 will go on sale in two batches on Saturday, May 21 at 10 a.m. Pacific Time and Wednesday, May 25 at 7 p.m. Pacific Time. Visit the official BlizzCon website or the online Blizzard Store on either of these dates for a chance to purchase tickets.

Benefit Dinner Tickets - $500 USD (BlizzCon admission included)
On Thursday, October 20, Blizzard will host a special pre-BlizzCon dinner to benefit the Children's Hospital of Orange County, where guests can meet and chat with game developers, executives, and other folks from Blizzard before the show. A limited number of tickets go on sale Saturday, May 28 at 10 a.m. Pacific Time.

BlizzCon Virtual Ticket - $39.99 USD
Watch BlizzCon 2011 at home! Comprehensive live coverage of BlizzCon will be available to viewers around the world as a multi-channel Internet stream and also via Pay-per-View on DIRECTV in the US. Limited streaming coverage of the opening ceremony and eSports tournaments will also be available online for free.
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  1. zupf's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Wakwazu View Post
    To everyone complaining about the ticket price.

    They stated that at the previous price they were losing around 20,000 dollars to host the event. Blizzard is not being greedy or selling out. They are trying to break even.
    don't u think they are making enough money besides blizzcon to offer a fair price ?
    they prob make 20k every minute.
  1. quran's Avatar
    Who the hell would pay $175 for this...?
  1. wolfpaq777's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Dawnseven View Post
    Airfare for me (Washington Dulles to LAX on American Airlines) is running $779 each way round trip, plus tax, for a total of $1569. That times two so the hubby can go too and I'm looking at $3138 just to get there, before tickets, rental car, hotel, food, or anything else. Talk about ouch. Forget it.
    I don't mean to be rude, but where are you getting your flight prices?

    I just typed in a search at for Dulles to SNA (the airport you would want to fly into - santa ana) round trip and there are a bunch of deals for < $500 per person. Of course if you factor in hotel & rental car price will probably jump up, but I could easily see you guys staying under $1500 total for flight, hotel & rental car and food if you find a good package deal @priceline/kayak/expedia and don't eat $50 dinners each night.

    ---------- Post added 2011-04-14 at 05:38 PM ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by quran View Post
    Who the hell would pay $175 for this...?
    People pay $400+ to see 1 lady gaga concert

    Lakers game 1 of the playoffs next week is already 90% sold out, only tickets left are $215 for crappy seats.

    $175 for 2 full days with demo play and tons of presentations is not bad at all when you look at other high profile events. Really not bad at all, especially if you're excited for D3 and there's a speculated chance at getting into beta with your ticket =P
  1. gammaray's Avatar
    wish it was on east coast. it's be waaay to expensive to go for me
  1. iidesu's Avatar
    thx u info ,but will not buy it
  1. azzeria's Avatar
    It's not like they don't make enough as it is off players...but I mean...come on...$150??? I would rather go to Coachella

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