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Planning a Comic Con Visit without Blowing Your Budget Comic Con as well as the London Film attract tons of fans from all over the world; there’s the simple fans who just want to see what’s up, the dedicated fans who dress up as their favourite characters and of course the ‘nerds’. The only real way to get tickets for Comic Con is if you get them in advance, you can’t expect ticket booths outside Comic Con. A typical Comic Con is scheduled during July, people flock from different cities and even countries just to attend the event; it’s not every day that you meet people dressed up as your favourite character. Comic Con is one of only a few chances to meet your favourite characters from games, TV shows and film and aside from that Comic Cons is fun as it is popular. Whenever Comic Con is close, all the surrounding hotels as well as attractions hike up their fees and prices because they’re confident that people will still pay because they’ll go to Comic Con either way. If you’re set on attending Comic Con and plan on booking a hotel then do so way beforehand; an early enough time and you only have to pay their regular prices. Tickets for Comic Con
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Comic Cons tickets sell out at lightning speed regardless of how many are actually available so better be quick. For those of you that want to attend the full weekend, which includes a preview night scheduled at Friday then go online and purchase tickets during the time of the release or after an house at the latest.
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Let’s say that you forgot to purchase online and few hours had gone by, you might have to settle for one day. If you’re left with no other choice, purchase the Sunday tickets since other fans have already aimed for the tickets scheduled on Saturday; starts and other famous people typically go on Saturdays, that’s why sometimes Sunday tickets don’t even sell out. If you’re extremely unlikely and end up empty hand with tickets, don’t worry because you can still actually go but you need to muster up all your patience and stand in line on the day at the venue to queue for tickets. They actually let more people in on the day when they see that a number of people have left; basically if no one leaves then you need to wait until someone does before you can actually get in. Since this is the final option for those that never got their hands on tickets, they stand in line quite early and even as early as the night before the actual event.