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Quincy the Raccoon

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From another hotel to the EF...
« on: 21.04.2016, 16:48:08 »

Just a quick question: Do I have to buy a ticket every when I come to the con hotel when I'm staying in another hotel?

Like: day 1 - you enter the hotel, you buy a ticket till godknowshowlate, then you leave.
day 2 - you enter the hotel, you buy a ticket till godknowshowlate, then you leave.
day 3 - you enter the hotel, you buy a ticket till godknowshowlate, then you leave. You know the drill......

Or is there an easier way?
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Re: From another hotel to the EF...
« Reply #1 on: 21.04.2016, 17:01:21 »

Heyho,

you can just buy a regular conticket. It will be valid for the whole time of the convention and is independent from your room booking. In order to buy one just register yourself at reg.eurofurence.org :)

Last year we also had day-tickets available for 40€ each. But someone from the registration team would have to confirm the availability of those this year.


Hope this helps you.

So long,
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Re: From another hotel to the EF...
« Reply #2 on: 21.04.2016, 17:10:01 »

Heyho,

you can just buy a regular conticket. It will be valid for the whole time of the convention and is independent from your room booking. In order to buy one just register yourself at reg.eurofurence.org :)

Last year we also had day-tickets available for 40€ each. But someone from the registration team would have to confirm the availability of those this year.


Hope this helps you.

So long,
Honigeintopf

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