Guidance is Internal

Nov. 3, 2011 11:39 a.m.

Online ticket sales have closed now, at 601 tickets sold. There will be limited (~30) doorsales available, so if you've missed out, come on down and try your luck in person. 

All ticket holders should have received an email with information about picking up your tickets, which is reproduced below:

You have three options for collecting your merch and tickets for the con.

Turn up to the Friday Drop In Centre at Meow sometime between 2-6:30pm, pick up your stuff in relative calm, maybe with a cup of tea and scone.
Saturday Morning during peak time (7-9am):
At the Opera House box offices (just inside the main doors), there will be two queues: one for odd numbered orders, one for even. If you don't know your order number (you got this in your registration email) then there'll be a special remedial queue for people who don't know their order number or event remember the whole bit where they bought a ticket at all. Don't be in this queue, it'll suck, and everyone else will make fun of you as they swan past, looking smug, off to get a free cup of coffee or some other deluxe thing you're missing out on.
After Saturday Morning:
You can pick up your ticket at either the box office if it's staffed, or if not, then in the upstairs foyer at the merchandise desk.

If you can manage to pick up your ticket on Friday, it'll make Saturday morning smoother for everyone, and with over 600 people (!) coming to Kiwicon, we need all the smooth we can get.

Beyond ticket pickups, be sure to have a quick look here for the latest schedule, information about the Saturday and Sunday night events, and late breaking news (you might consider following @kiwicon on twitter too, if you're into that sort of thing). Bear in mind that there is no official conference provided internet access at the Opera House, so you're on your own with cellular tubes, or whatever wireless is around.

We hope you enjoy the madness that is Kiwicon, now five, twice the size, and in a freakin' Opera House.