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Comic-Con To Sell Only Single-Day Passes

Comic-Con To Sell Only Single-Day Passes

Comic Con International shakes things up for ticket purchases this year.



Source: comic-con.org

Attendees won't be able to purchase one four day pass for SDCC this year.  Instead they will need to buy each day separately and they will only get the preview night option if they buy all four days.
 

New for 2014! Only single day badges will be sold. The Preview Night badge option may only be purchased if you buy a Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday badge. Preview Night is not a stand alone badge option. As in 2013, anyone who purchases a Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday badge will have the option of consolidating them into one 4-Day badge onsite.


The hope is to allow more people an opportunity to get badges should someone that normally buys a four day badge opt for only buying two or three days.

Comic Con International continues to work on their online ticket system, hoping to overhaul it and avoid many of the headaches fans have had buying tickets in the past.  SDCC tickets are expected to go on sale early this year.





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