How to get a ticket for DC-area convention, tickets for next year, and more

Posted September 25, 2018 12:50:50 Tickets for next week’s DC-centric convention, the New York Comic Con, are already available online.

You’ll be able to purchase tickets for $50 in advance, $100 at the door, or $200 at the gate.

You can also buy tickets online at NYCC2017.com or by calling (212) 727-7700. 

The tickets will go on sale to the public this Friday, September 24. 

New York Comic-Con is a two-day convention featuring over 200 panels and workshops and is taking place from October 2 to 5 in the Javits Center.

The convention is being held on the same day as the first day of the second convention, which takes place on September 25. 

According to NYCC’s website, tickets to the two-night event include a two night stay at a New York hotel with a complimentary drink ticket, a two day pass to the NYCC 2019 convention, an interactive t-shirt with the title “DC in 2018,” and other merchandise. 

A list of the DC-themed events can be found at the official NYCC site. 

Here’s what you need to know to make sure you get your tickets to attend the two weeklong event: If you’re going to DC for the first time, be sure to attend one of the first two NYCC events this year. 

If, on the other hand, you’re looking for an upgrade to a two days stay, the best option is to buy your tickets in advance online. 

Tickets are sold out on the NYC website, but the NYCP website has the most complete information on what to expect at the two days event. 

NYCC will also be holding its second annual convention, DC Comics All-Star Weekend, from October 4 to 6 at the Javitz Center. 

DC’s All-Access podcast has a great recap of DC’s 2019 festivities, and the show will air on the Newseum on October 3. 

As of September 24, the tickets for DC Comics Super Hero Weekend, DC’s Comic-Cons Biggest Fan Experience, are still available online and are $99 per day. 

These tickets are the perfect way to get your hands on the most anticipated DC event in the country. 

Don’t forget that the NY-centric Comic-Fest has a slew of events planned in the coming months.