BlizzCon 2019 will run for two days, 1 and 2 November 2019 in California, returning to the Anaheim Convention Center once again. The company has announced the ticket price, exclusive collectables and more convention points of interest.
BlizzCon 2019 tickets will come in three tiers - BlizzCon Pass, BlizzCon Portal Pass and BlizzCon Benefit Dinner Pass. Each pass will include the live event ticket, BlizzCon in-game bonuses, one BlizzCon 2019 collectable and access to BlizzCon Pre-Game Festivities.
That is where the benefits of BlizzCon Pass, which costs $229, stop. The higher tiers will include these features along with some exclusive ones.
The next tier is the Portal Pass which will feature additional amenities such as preferred parking, concierge support, early entry to convention, separate registration lines, Darkmoon Faire Thursday access and Portal Pass Lounge access where fans will be able to meet Blizzard staff and pro players. This one will set you back a whopping $550.
BlizzCon Benefit Dinner Pass will feature everything from the previous tiers in addition to a dinner with Blizzard, signed Blizzard artwork and a reserved seating area for the opening ceremony and Community night.
This pass will cost $750 but while some fans may be enticed by the signed artwork, the actual highlight here is the fact that the aforementioned dinner is charity for CHOC Children's.
None of the tiers list an out of season April Fools jokes as a feature, but it is not excluded that Blizzard will try to slip Diablo Immortal to a room full of PC gamers again, so be prepared. Or don't, if you are a fan of Illidan.
The collectables that are included in each of the passes can be seen on the picture above. Keep in mind that Blizzard posted a disclaimer that fans will be entitled to just one collectable of their choice, regardless of which ticket tier they purchased.
If you want a more detailed version, you can check out the official BlizzCon 2019 website.