BlizzCon 2013 – Ticket Purchase Tips

Customer Support
As many of you are already aware, BlizzCon 2013 has been announced and ticket sales are just around the corner. At this time we would like to provide you with some tips that will help your purchase experience go as smoothly as possible.

First we recommend checking out the official Press Release for details about BlizzCon 2013. To purchase tickets, you will need to visit the online Blizzard Store on April 24 or April 27.

The first round of BlizzCon 2013 tickets will begin Wednesday, April 24 at 7:00 PM Pacific Time. The second round of sales will be available on Saturday, April 27 at 10:00 AM Pacific time. A limited number of tickets to an exclusive pre-BlizzCon Benefit Dinner will go on sale Wednesday, May 1 at 7:00 PM Pacific Time.

✔ - Create a Account
☐ - Add and Verify your Payment Option
☐ - Prepare a Back-up Payment Method
☐ - Contact Your Financial Institution
☐ - Browse the Blizzard Store
☐ - Check your Browser Settings
☐ - I Placed My Order, What now!?

Click here to buy tickets on Saturday at 10 a.m.!

***IMPORTANT*** Please note that Customer Support will NOT be able assist with ticket purchases via Phone, Ticket or Web Chat.
Create a Account
Creating a account is quick and easy, but if you wait until after BlizzCon 2013 tickets go on sale to create yours it may be too late. Tickets can sell out quickly, so please set up your account as soon as possible -- and be sure to verify your contact and billing information ahead of time

Add and Verify your Payment Option
In most cases, adding a Payment Option is necessary for a store purchase to successfully complete. You will have the option to add a new payment method during your purchase, however it’s best to have it ready to avoid running into payment issues.

Direct Link: Payment Options
Prepare a Back-up Payment Method
In the event that your primary payment method cannot be authorized, it is extremely helpful to have a back-up payment method on hand. If you elect to prepare a back-up payment method, we recommend that you contact its sponsoring financial institution in addition to that of your primary payment method prior to starting your purchase.

Contact Your Financial Institution
While your financial institution may be accustomed to seeing monthly $14.99 USD charges by Blizzard Entertainment, larger charges such as one or more $175 tickets may be restricted if not expected. We strongly recommend that you contact your financial institution ahead of time to discuss any possible restrictions that may prevent your purchase. Keep in mind that you will have limited time to finalize your BlizzCon 2013 ticket transaction after reaching checkout.
Browse the Blizzard Store
We recommend browsing the Blizzard Store before tickets go on sale so that you can familiarize yourself with the process of adding items to your cart and checking out. Alternatively, you can check out our Placing an order at the Blizzard Store support article.

Check your Browser Settings
To properly access and progress in our Blizzard Store queue, your browser must be set up to allow cookies. If your browser is not set up to allow and automatically refresh cookies, you will be unable to move forward in the queue and may even lose your place within it. Because of this, we strongly encourage you to check your browser settings to verify that cookies are enabled before you begin your BlizzCon 2013 ticket purchase.

For more information on how to check your cookies and cache setting, please review the following pages:

Chrome: Manage your cookies and site data
Firefox: Using the Cookie Manager
Internet Explorer: How to manage cookies in Internet Explorer 9
Safari: Safari 6 (OS X Mountain Lion): Manage cookie

***Please verify that 3rd party addons, extensions or security software are not restricting cookies***
I Placed My Order, What now!?
If your BlizzCon 2013 ticket purchase is successful, you will receive a confirmation receipt. This receipt will be sent to the email address registered to the purchasing account. If you do not receive a receipt, please check your Spam and Junk email folders and then confirm your purchase by checking your Order History on the Blizzard Store.

Additional information on how to make sure you are able to receive emails from Blizzard Entertainment can be found here: Set Up Email Filters for and

Additional info:
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BlizzCon® 2013 Tickets On Sale April 24 and 27
BlizzCon Hotel Info

Thanks! And we hope to see you at BlizzCon 2013!

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