I did receive such an email. The full text is:
Apologies for the delay in responding, we have had quite a few enquiries to get
through since the website went live!
There was some confusion on the wording on our in person autographs and this has now
been amended to be a lot clearer - in recognition of this we have offered the
opportunity for a refund if it was felt we had mis-sold this for not being clear
enough on the matter. To confirm, the in person autographs will be assigned by the
organiser - these will contain some autographs that will not be available to
non-package ticket holders as I understand it so hopefully as we get closer to the
event and know which guests these involve you will find it's a good option.
Let me know if you would like to proceed, as we fully appreciate the confusion this
issue has caused and can only apologise for not being clearer at launch.
Destination Star Trek London
As you can see there is a clear statement that it will 'contain some autographs that will not be available to
non-package ticket holders'.
Thanks for clearing it up though!
showmasters, on May 2 2012, 07:44 PM, said:
BeatrixKiddo88, on May 2 2012, 06:57 PM, said:
People of the higher-band tickets have started to get an email through which contains this line (or so I'm told, so if this has been mis-quoted correct me):
'THESE WILL CONTAIN SOME AUTOGRAPHS THAT WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE TO NON-PACKAGE TICKET HOLDERS'
Is this the case? And if so, how many guests do we think will be silver/gold/plat/VIP exclusive?
First, this is not true so please do not worry about it.
Second, if anyone has actually had such an e-mail could they please let me know where it has come from so I can put a stop to the mis-information!
A Q about the randomly assigned autographs:
Not a prob really as I have none in my collection so far (!) but me and my husband both have gold tickets. Is there a way to guarantee we get allocated 6 DIFFERENT autographs?