PSA: BlizzCon 2015 tickets go on sale tonight at 7PM PST

The first batch of general admission passes for this year's BlizzCon go on sale tonight. Get your browsers ready.


Those living or looking to make a trip to the Southern California area this fall will want to make note that tickets for BlizzCon are set to go on sale tonight. Blizzard will begin selling the first batch of general admission passes at 7PM PST for $199, so would-be attendees may want to make sure they're prepared for any rush.

Tickets will made available on this Eventbrite page. Players will want to have their first and last names, email addresses, and character names (if any) handy, as well as credit card and billing info. Only four tickets per household will be made available. Bar codes will be delivered immediately to a buyer's email address, by popular demand, so be sure to save the confirmation email upon purchase.

BlizzCon is often a momentous event for millions of fans and filled with big-time announcements. During last year's event, Blizzard unveiled Overwatch for the first time, the Goblins vs. Gnomes expansion for Hearthstone, the first details on StarCraft 2: Legacy of the Void, and new closed beta details for Heroes of the Storm. For those unable to attend, Blizzard is soon planning to offer details on the event's Virtual Ticket that will allow them to view the festivities from the comfort of their home. For 2015, Virtual Ticket buyers will also have the option to purchase Goody Bags that are normally given to physical attendees. These bags offer physical goodies, like POP! figures, as well as virtual goods, such as a BlizzCon cardback for Hearthstone.

Further details are on BlizzCon 2015 will run on Friday, November 6 and Saturday, November 7 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, CA. If tickets sell out, don't feel discouraged. A second batch of general admission passes are set to go on sale this Saturday at 10AM PST.

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