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We are pleased to announce that the tickets are on sale now!

 

You can purchase tickets for Eternal Twilight through our online store HERE

 

For all the information on programme entry visit the Eternal Twilight Website HERE

 

The event programmes available for purchase are:

 

Standard Adult Programme at £78

Standard Child Programme at £29*

Silver Programme at £135 - Limited to 150

Gold Programme at £195 - Limited to 100

 

 

* This program has been designed for younger children accompanying an adult already attending Eternal Twilight. This program is for children ages 10 and under. This programme does not include any guest autographs.

 

Please note that all event programme prices listed above do not include a postage and packaging fee of £2.

You can purchase your event programmes now through our Online Store.

 

 

Note that all programme admissions are non-refundable, and non-transferable.

Standard Adult Event Programme

 

With the standard adult event programme, this will include:

 

# Exclusive convention souvenir programme

# Exclusive convention gifts/surprise

# Access to all talks over the days of the event

# 1 free autograph from each guest (up to a maximum of 6 guests)

# Access to 2 themed parties (Friday & Saturday Night)

# Access to 1 "chill out" party on Sunday night

# Access to the dealers room.

# PLUS! Many more surprises to come!

 

Standard Child Event Programme

 

This program has been designed for younger children accompanying an adult already attending Eternal Twilight. This program is for children ages 10 and under. This programme does not include any guest autographs. It includes:

 

 

# Exclusive convention souvenir programme

# Exclusive convention gifts

# Access to all talks (accompanied by an adult)

# Access to all parties (accompanied by an adult)

 

Silver Programme

 

Silver programmes are limited to 150. A Silver event programme will include:

 

# 1 professional photo shoot with each guest

# 1 exclusive convention photo of all the guests attending

# Priority seating behind the Gold programme holders for the guest talks

# PLUS everything that is included in the standard programme admission. (listed above)

 

Gold Programme

 

Gold programmes are limited to 100. A Gold programme will include:

 

# Exclusive drinks reception with the guests on Friday evening

# Reserved priority seating for the guest talks

# Exclusive convention t-shirt

# Exclusive group photo session with you and the guests in attendance

# PLUS everything that is included in the standard & silver programme admissions. (listed above)

 

 

 

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Evie_Nitram    8

What age is the minimum for children?? My baby will be 4 months old, so don't know if a) I'll be able to leave him, or :whistling: if I'll be able to afford it to have to buy a ticket for him as well...

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Charisma    2

As i posted in whens tickets going on sale £30 is a lot of money for under 10's when they get nothing really for it, i mean take myneice shes 3 shes hardly gonna want autos i mean if they come with parents surely like most cons they should be free, whatsy the harm in that?its going to cost me nearly another tick for nothin just to bring 2 with me! silly i think.

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Scruffy    1

I do agree that babies/tots up to 4 should be free when part of a family but after that I say a charge is fine.

I would think they count towards numbers allowed in halls/talks etc so if any event was to be a sell out then having a crowd of free kids taking up allocation would be a bit unfair.

They get the programme and gifts so maybe for that price if they threw in a kids Tshirt it would be ok.

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Charisma    2

Well i got to a lot of vairous cons and up to like 7 should be free, i think they could have abadge and come in with parents so that counts to numbers and not get autos or anything which would still be fair... its not really fair on ppl with low income what want to come but is gonna have to splash out an extra £30 or £60 to bring there children its not reall yfair on parents with children that want to attend cons.

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DavidB    1,955

The online shop orders are manually processed, so you can put in your details and leave a note somewhere for Jola so she knows what's going on.

 

Don't worry too much about specifics - if there's a problem, she'll let you know B)

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DavidB    1,955

Yeah just pick Visa, and put Mastercard in comments just in case - though I don't think the card type actually matters due to the manual processing.

 

Just the numbers and stuff B)

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Miss Edith    0

Can someone please tell me if Gold tickets are numbered (as in you are assigned an actual seat or row)? Or is it that the first few rows are saved and then Gold ticket holders will just queue up for those? Thanks!

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Can someone please tell me if Gold tickets are numbered (as in you are assigned an actual seat or row)? Or is it that the first few rows are saved and then Gold ticket holders will just queue up for those? Thanks!

Normally the seats aren't assigned, just the first few rows reserved

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Starbuck73    30

Well i got to a lot of vairous cons and up to like 7 should be free, i think they could have abadge and come in with parents so that counts to numbers and not get autos or anything which would still be fair... its not really fair on ppl with low income what want to come but is gonna have to splash out an extra £30 or £60 to bring there children its not reall yfair on parents with children that want to attend cons.

Hi there... just wanted to say I am definately going to try & make this con!

 

However, I also wanted to say that it is a bit 'off' charging a child of 11 the same price that an adult would pay... a lot of UK conventions make children under 16 free, then charge adult prices at 16+.

 

Can't wait for the guest announcements! x x x

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Scruffy    1

Well i got to a lot of vairous cons and up to like 7 should be free, i think they could have abadge and come in with parents so that counts to numbers and not get autos or anything which would still be fair... its not really fair on ppl with low income what want to come but is gonna have to splash out an extra £30 or £60 to bring there children its not reall yfair on parents with children that want to attend cons.

Hi there... just wanted to say I am definately going to try & make this con!

 

However, I also wanted to say that it is a bit 'off' charging a child of 11 the same price that an adult would pay... a lot of UK conventions make children under 16 free, then charge adult prices at 16+.

 

Can't wait for the guest announcements! x x x

 

I am not sure which events have under 16's free as I dont think any of the major organisers do that??

I think as said before that with maybe 5 or even 7 is a fair age to charge a child price.

I think you will also notice that SM are charging around 35% for the child price and others tend to charge nearer the 50%

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Charisma    2

I do another major organisers event ans its over 7 i thinku have to pay which ok is semi fair and is around £30 but they get autos... and its up to ages 16 around then after that its adult prices. I just thnk its silly to charge for such young children it jsut seems as ur punished if you have kids cus u have to pay to bring them.

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Starbuck73    30

I know of a company that only charges for over 7's too (it's probably the same one you are thinking of, Charisma)

 

Why charge a 5 yr old £30 for parties they arent going to attend & talks they are going to fidget all the way through?

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Big_Pants    16

Yeah it's hard for us without kids to truly understand, plus I guess if it was free for children there's the danger it could just be over run with the little darlings and some people will be paying £195 for their tickets and don't want some bored child moaning all the way through a Q&A. It's a tricky one, I can see both sides of the story.

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Charisma    2

Ok i just got an email back from SM and they said Under 7's do not have to pay. Phew that solves the problem, and hopefully answers some of your Q's with children.

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