BlizzCon 2013 tickets go on sale briefly on Wednesday, April 24, followed by another equally brief sale on Sunday, April 27. Chances are you won't get any, but we're rooting for you.
The official website for MineCon, the first annual celebration of all things MineCraft, is incredibly difficult to get to at the moment, as tickets for the big November event have officially gone on sale for $99 apiece.
Blizzard has cordoned off two fleeting moments in time next month in which fans can attempt to spend $175 per ticket to attend the annual celebration of all things Warcraft, StarCraft, and Diablo-related in Anaheim, California.
Blizzard's first batch of tickets to BlizzCon 2010 sold out quickly yesterday. As expected, a nice chunk of them are now available on eBay for more than double the price. Now how much would you pay?
Mark your calendars, Diablo, StarCraft, and Warcraft fans, as Blizzard lays out two dates in early June for you to attempt to spend $150 a ticket to BlizzCon 2010.
It seems like only five days ago that the inaugural PAX East came to a close, and now pre-registration for PAX...West? Just PAX? What the hell do we call it now? Anyway, you can buy tickets now.
Then you better head on over to Evil Avatar where they have two Red (three-day) passes to the big show in Boston.
With BlizzCon tickets selling out within minutes again this year, fans wonder why the company doesn't just sell more tickets. After yesterday's opening ceremonies, the reason become abundantly clear.
Yesterday, tickets for BlizzCon 2009 sold out in record time, some say even before they officially went on sale. So color me surprised that today eBay is lousy with the tickets.
As Fahey pointed out yesterday, Blizzcon tickets went on sale Monday morning only to get log-jammed with a flood of errors. At 10:40 p.m. last night Blizzard decided to pull the plug on ticket sales temporarily and try to figure out what the problem was: