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1-26-2012 @ 2:36PM
Regardless of the reason, I think the end result is greater demand for future Blizzcons. When supply is considered known into the future, and then suddenly it becomes less available and future supply becomes uncertain, the price of the good or service will always go up. People will pay a premium if they have to, for the 2013 Blizzcon (assuming they have one), because nobody will know if they will have another one in 2014, 2015 or even ever. The next one could always be the last one, or at least the last one in a few years. So the feeling of exclusivity will go up.
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