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Author Topic: Registering Online vs. At-Con for Day Passes and Badge Upgrades  (Read 1297 times)

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Printsheep

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I was wondering if there is any benefit to registering online for a day pass as opposed to at-con. Is there a different or faster line for people who register online? Does the process go faster if you register online for a day pass? Does the badge look any different?

I also wanted to know, if I want to upgrade a Saturday pass to also go on Sunday, is that just another $50 for Sunday? There is no discount, right? Will a new badge be printed or will the old badge have some indication that the badge was upgraded?
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Re: Registering Online vs. At-Con for Day Passes and Badge Upgrades
« Reply #1 on: May 23, 2015, 09:44:00 AM »

I believe I've read somewhere else that if you want to upgrade your badge (like from just Saturday to a full weekend badge, which is what I think your asking about?) you go to the special registration booth and just pay the difference in price. I'm not a staff member, but I'm sure I've read that in another thread. Sorry I can't answer your other questions! I've always done pre registration so I don't know how buying at the convention works or which is faster.
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Re: Registering Online vs. At-Con for Day Passes and Badge Upgrades
« Reply #2 on: May 24, 2015, 12:41:34 PM »

I would advise you to go to FanimeCon's registration area and ask. Unfortunately we don't have many staff members monitoring the forums while the convention is going on.

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