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So, LTX Maybe?

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So, My 21st birthday is July 27th聽馃Honestly, just want to meet Papa Linus & Jake 馃ぃ聽LTX 2019 ticket Maybe?聽
I thought it would be worth a try since I'm聽in college and its budget time lol聽

I have a dreeaaaaam聽馃槄

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If you are honestly thinking about going buy your tickets now, by the time the event gets closer ticket availability will get less and less.聽


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On 3/4/2019 at 11:41 AM, lewdicrous said:

To add to this, the prices might increase as well

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Unless that's what you meant

Not might, they will. I don't know the date, but I think it has slipped out (not really accidentally, just has not been announced all that formally)

I find it's always best to buy tickets in advance, even if your not sure you can make it. I bought a ticket to Sakuracon (a Seattle based anime convention) back when they were cheap, but will unfortunately not be able to make it. Given a number of events it is cheaper to buy early bird price tickets and missing some, rather than waiting till the month of the event when you know you can go and paying full price. This does assume that you go to a few events every year.


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On 3/7/2019 at 1:39 AM, Justin_ said:

Not might, they will. I don't know the date, but I think it has slipped out (not really accidentally, just has not been announced all that formally)

I find it's always best to buy tickets in advance, even if your not sure you can make it. I bought a ticket to Sakuracon (a Seattle based anime convention) back when they were cheap, but will unfortunately not be able to make it. Given a number of events it is cheaper to buy early bird price tickets and missing some, rather than waiting till the month of the event when you know you can go and paying full price. This does assume that you go to a few events every year.

April 19th the prices increase, then again on Jun 30th. :(

At this rate though, we'll be sold out by April 19th lol.

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