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  1. This is the last staff post in this thread. #16
    Edited the link in the OP for the eventbrite!

  2. #17
    Originally Posted by s2kmy View Post (Source)
    What was the definition of a Founder, I think I am one but it has been so long since Kickstarter I cannot remember!
    One who with the passing of years and accumulation of wealth is still willing to extend credence to FD's undefined Premium Extras not disappointing, in the end. At least, that's the forward-looking definition. Count me in...

  3. #18
    Originally Posted by edd View Post (Source)
    Check out eventbrite.co.uk - it was mentioned as the ticket seller in the FAQ.
    Good advice, tickets printed out already:D

  4. #19
    Tickets bought, shame i can't afford the founders ones, oh well.
    Now i just need to figure out how to get there and where to stay lol

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  6. #21
    Originally Posted by zarking View Post (Source)
    Now i just need to figure out how to get there and where to stay lol
    I'm just deciding between using the Cutter or the AspX... Oh, wait...

    However, I'm also happy that I now have a Founders ticket and am very much looking forward to the event. :)

  7. #22
    And a final refinement....

    Even better, this one takes you to the ticket list

    https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/front...069517#tickets


    And the options are

    Early Bird Junior Pass @ £12.99
    Access for our younger community members. Suitable for guests from 7 to 17 years of age. Join the fun: Event Entry Ticket, Lanyard and Wristband. Plus:
    FX17 Goodie Bag
    FX17 Digital Pack



    Early Bird Full Pass @ £34.99
    Join the fun: Event Entry Ticket, Evening Party, Lanyard and Wristband.
    Plus:
    FX17 Goodie Bag
    FX17 Digital Pack



    Early Bird Founders Pass @ £69.99 > ONLY 200 TICKETS AVAILABLE
    Join the fun: Event Entry Ticket, Evening Party, Lanyard and Wristband.
    Plus:
    Party welcome drink
    Front section seating at talks and announcements
    Early Founder’s Pass holders entry to meet and greet Sessions
    FX17 Goodie Bag + Premium extras
    FX17 Digital Pack + Premium extras
    10% Merchandise at Event
    FX17 Collectible

  8. #23
    I trust there's going to be an Expo17 Cobra skin :)

  9. #24
    Originally Posted by amigacooke View Post (Source)
    I trust there's going to be an Expo17 Cobra skin :)
    I'm hoping the premium goodie bag includes codes to finally unlock the Mamba, Gecko and Krait!

  10. #25
    Founder Pass ticket got, plus hotel booked. See you there guys. :)

  11. #26
    QUESTION: given that I cannot be 100% sure I'll be free, I wonder: are tickets nominal, or will I be able to give mine to someone else?

  12. #27
    Originally Posted by TheSynopticVision View Post (Source)
    QUESTION: given that I cannot be 100% sure I'll be free, I wonder: are tickets nominal, or will I be able to give mine to someone else?
    You can return them up to 30 days before the event, according to the docs I received. But you can't transfer them by the looks of it (specifically prohibited is resale of tickets - they must be returned to Frontier). Might be worth asking FD though if your intention is to give it to someone else if you can't make it, I'm sure they could say whether they'll allow it or not.

  13. #28
    Hmmmm. Seventy pounds, to go to a con.

    That's two months internet service. Wonder which is the rational economic choice, ignoring all other expenses? :)

  14. #29
    Originally Posted by Ralph Vargr View Post (Source)
    Hmmmm. Seventy pounds, to go to a con.

    That's two months internet service. Wonder which is the rational economic choice, ignoring all other expenses? :)
    The tickets do seem a bit pricey.

  15. #30
    Originally Posted by Cosmos View Post (Source)
    The tickets do seem a bit pricey.
    Meh, £35 is the price of a half decent takeaway for a couple of people.

    Pricey...yeah, perhaps so. But only the buyer can tell you if it's worth his money. I'd get more out of life spending £35 on a half decent day out than spending the same not bothering to cook for myself for a night, or on TV streaming subscriptions, etc. etc. etc.

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