E3 Tickets Aren’t Getting Cheaper By the Minute

If you’re an “industry professional” (no, spending way too much time gaming doesn’t make you one) and haven’t secured your free admission tickets to the 2006 E3 Show by now, it’s probably too late.

Starting April 8, registration option for free show floor admission for “industry professionals” will no longer be available. The price for slacking on those tickets is going to hurt – by about $75 more. This year’s conference program will cost participants anywhere from $535 (one-day workshop), $575 (two-day pass) and $650 (for the deluxe three-day pass). We haven’t seen this kind of ticket prices since Pink Floyd’s last show.
If you’re an “industry professional” (no, spending way too much time gaming doesn’t make you one) and haven’t secured your free admission tickets to the 2006 E3 Show by now, it’s probably too late.

Starting April 8, registration option for free show floor admission for “industry professionals” will no longer be available. The price for slacking on those tickets is going to hurt – by about $75 more. This year’s conference program will cost participants anywhere from $535 (one-day workshop), $575 (two-day pass) and $650 (for the deluxe three-day pass). We haven’t seen this kind of ticket prices since Pink Floyd’s last show.

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