Tickets come on a first-come, first-served basis. When we run out of tickets that means we’ve run out of space.
The Conference Ticket will buy you access to the two days of the conference. That’s the 27th and 28th of September, and all of the WordPress goodness you can cram into a weekend.
Contributor Day: There will be separate registration for the Contributor day. This day will be dedicated to contributing to WordPress. If you’re coming along, you’ll be expected to work so keep that in mind before you register. When you buy your conference ticket you’ll be asked to indicate your interest in the Contributor Day. This does not guarantee your place (it’s just to help us with planning). Watch this space for more information about registration.
Refunds: Bought a ticket and can’t make it? We do not offer refunds. Think of the money as a donation to the event, a goodwill gesture in your absence. If you can’t attend, however, we would really appreciate it if you could let us know, so that we can make your space available to someone else.
Tip: if you’ve applied to speak or volunteer, don’t buy your ticket just yet. Volunteers and speakers won’t be charged, and we’re holding enough aside so people who aren’t selected can still buy tickets.
A few notes on the ticket form:
- Email — try to use an email address that is both associated with a Gravatar and a WordPress.org username; not only do we like to see your beautiful face, but also want to give you credit for attending this WordCamp.
- WordPress.org username — If the email you’re using is not the one you’re using on WordPress.org, indicate your username here. If you don’t have one, why not create one now (opens in a separate window)?
- Dietary Requirements — We’ll deploy the best efforts to accommodate everyone’s needs, but please be aware that we cannot, at this moment, guarantee that all options will be available.