Early Bird Pricing Ends 8/31: Don’t Miss Out!

Deciding to go to a convention is no small task. You have to plan your days, decide on your cosplay, and figure out what art and swag you want to buy.

But even before that, you have to decide who you’re going to the con with!

That’s why if you’ve been on the fence about coming to GeekGirlCon, you need to finish reading this blog post and jump online to buy your passes. I didn’t plan to write this as a listicle, but here are four reasons why you should do that right now:

1. Early Bird pricing for GeekGirlCon passes is coming to an end on 8/31. This means that, on 9/1, the prices for our one- and two-day pass prices will each increase by $10, to $40 and $55, respectively. (For more information, see our price list.)

2. GeekGirlCon has sold out every year. We do not sell passes at the door, so the only way to make sure you get to check out our extensive panel list, participate in amazing activities, and meet our featured contributors is to have a pass.

3. We are making it easier for you to get to the con. This means improved accessibility, interpreters for the Deaf community, hotel accommodation, and better signage to make sure you can spend more time getting the most out of your convention experience.

4. GeekGirlCon is a family event. Even with the price increase on 9/1, passes for kids 6-12 will remain a very affordable $10, and tiny geeks under the age of 5 will still have free admission. One of the goals of GeekGirlCon is to empower and inspire future generations of geeks, so bring the family! (If you don’t have kids, bring your friends’ kids with their consent. They are the future and deserve to have things like GeekGirlCon in their lives.) Do it for the children. Seriously.

This tiny ewok deserves a place to geek out. (Photo: GeekGirlCon Flickr)

Over the next few weeks, we’ll be showcasing some of the awesome exhibitors, panelists, activities, and events we will have for our weekend in September. That way, you’ll be able to plan your time at GeekGirlCon and get the most out of your experience there. We look forward to seeing you!

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Previously disguised as a college professor and family lawyer, JC Lau is an Australian video game journalist and writer living in Seattle.

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