Comic-Con Badge ID Validation is Now Open!
After you pack away your Halloween costume and before you take out the turkey baster, make room on your calendar for Comic-Con International 2015 Attendee Preregistration!
Comic-Con 2015 Attendee Preregistration will launch sometime in November 2014. Eligible attendees will be notified via email with preregistration instructions and information at least 48 hours prior to the sale. To check if you are eligible for Comic-Con 2015 Attendee Preregistration, please log in to your Comic-Con Member ID account and select the “Registration Info” tab.
Additionally, you must validate your Comic-Con 2014 Badge ID to be eligible to participate in Attendee Preregistration. To validate your badge ID, retrieve your physical Comic-Con 2014 attendee badge and sign in to your Member ID account. Select the “Registration Info” tab and follow the instructions to complete the validation process. For additional details on how to validate your Comic-Con 2014 Badge ID, visit www.comic-con.org/cci/2015/2015-badge-preregistration
Badge ID validation will close promptly at 5:30 PM Pacific Time (PT) on October 15, 2014. Be sure to validate your badge ID prior to this date or you will not be eligible to participate in preregistration, even if you attended Comic-Con 2014 as a paying attendee.
Did your child attend Comic-Con 2014 and would like to participate in 2015 Attendee Preregistration now that they are junior attendees? Comic-Con has made special accommodations to allow your junior to be eligible for preregistration in November! Click here for information on how to validate your child’s Comic-Con 2014 Badge ID. The badge ID validation process for juniors must be completed before October 15, 2014.
As always, we are sincerely grateful for your continued support and interest in our convention. We know that purchasing a badge can be a challenge and we are constantly exploring options to improve your registration experience. We will continue to offer deeply discounted rates for juniors, seniors, and active duty members of the military, as well as one of the most generous free child badge policies in the comic convention industry.