Blizzcon 2019: Blizzard Pass Variants For $230, $550 And $750

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Blizzcon – The developer’s yearly gaming show will take place on November first and second. The gaming show will take place at the Anaheim Convention Center.

For Blizzcon tickets have been sold out, they went sale from Saturday, May 4, 2019 (first wave). The second wave tickets were sold from May 8. If you have purchased the ticket before, you must have received a goody bag. This year, ticket buyers were given a chance to choose a special collectible statue, such as either a human footman or orc grunt. This is in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Warcraft franchise. If you want to buy these statues, they will be available for you to buy in the future.

BlizzCon 2019 will be a one-stop destination for feature gaming, esports, cosplay, camaraderie, and the latest Blizzard Entertainment news, as the company puts it. There, of course, will be developer panels, esports contests. The highlight of the event will be a new “BlizzCon Pregame Festivities”. This event will be held a day before outside the convention center. This is called as “casual get-together”.

BlizzCon 2019: Passes $230, $550 and $750

A Darkmoon Faire event takes place on Thursday. BlizzCon 2019 provided us with three ticketing options are the BlizzCon Pass ($230 USD), the BlizzCon Portal Pass ($550 USD), and the BlizzCon Benefit Dinner Pass ($750 USD). It was way cheaper in 2018, it cost $200 to get in.

If you have the BlizzCon Pass, you will get access in the door and access to the Pregame Festivities event, besides the statue and in-game goodies. The other pass, The BlizzCon Portal Pass, is for $550, it includes access to the Darkmoon Faire at the Night at the Faire event. An access show hall, your choice of preferred parking, separate lines, a dedicated lounge where you can hang out and chat with Blizzard developers.

2019 BlizzCon will begin at 10:00 pm on Friday, 1 November, and ends at 10:30 am on
Sunday, 3 November.

By Jason H. Hale

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