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Friday, 05 April 2013 08:05

BlizzCon tickets for 2013 to go on sale

Written by David Stellmack

In two batches, on April 25th & 27th

The Blizzard Entertainment BlizzCon 2013 event will be taking place in Anaheim Convention Center in California on November 8th and 9th. The tickets will be released in two batches, with the first batch being sold on April 25th and the second batch on April 27th. The two-day event ticket will set you back $175, but you will need to act quickly if you want to go, as it always sells out.

In addition to the regular ticket, Blizzard will also be offering BlizzCon attendees the chance to purchase a special ticket to the exclusive Benefit dinner. The benefit dinner will benefit CHOC (Children’s Hospital of Orange County). The dinner is special because it gives attendees the chance to meet Blizzard staff. 200 tickets to the Benefit dinner will be made available on Thursday November 7th and will be priced at $500 per seat.

Blizzard will also be offering a virtual ticket providing multi-channel live streaming coverage from the event. Pricing of the virtual ticket for those that cannot attend in person will be announced at a later date.

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