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5-18-2010 @ 12:52PM
@Den:Higher pricing means that they are covering costs; the mission of Blizzcon is to break even monetarily, while generating incredible buzz for upcoming releases. They are comfortable in the venue they have, thus they want the venue to be filled to fire-code maximum. And $150 per person for a two-day event with world exclusives, panels with industry leading executives, artists, and developers, a free mini-pet, a rock show (probably), special guest stars is too much? Really? Conservatively speaking, if you only attend 10 hours of the convention, that's $15/hour. That's less than I make and far less than we should have expected to pay. $150 for a two-day pass into the most awesome Blizzard event of the year is chump change. Now, getting a plane ticket from the east coast to Anaheim ... well, there's the kicker! :D
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