BlizzCon 2011: Badge Pickup on Thursday

Blizzard Entertainment will open the gates of Anaheim Convention Center (Hall E) to let attendees grab their BlizzCon badge a day earlier, on Thursday, October 20th.

    BlizzCon is almost here! If you’re attending this year’s show, you can pick up your badges beginning Thursday, October 20 at 4 p.m. at General Attendee Pickup, located in Hall E of the Anaheim Convention Center. Please remember to bring the printed bar code you were emailed (also available in the ticket purchaser’s Battle.net account order history), along with valid photo ID that matches the name on the confirmation email. Registration hours are:

    Thursday, October 20 from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.
    Friday, October 21 and Saturday, October 22 from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
    Location: General Attendee Pickup, Hall E, Anaheim Convention Center

    If for some reason you did not receive your bar code or forgot to bring it with you, please visit the on-site Solutions Desk in Hall E with your photo ID for assistance. Visit the badge info page for more details. See you at the show!

    BlizzCon attendees have questions. We have answers. This year, if you’re at BlizzCon, you can come ask us anything you like at the Ask Blizzard booth.

    Community Managers Nethaera, Bashiok, Zarhym, Lylirra, Daxxarri, and Kaivax stand ready to meet you in Hall C of the Anaheim Convention Center on October 21 and 22. Just look for the “Ask Blizzard” sign near the StarCraft II play area, and don’t be shy! Panelists only have time for a limited number of questions, but our community managers will be available all day, both days, to field your inquiries.

    Do you have a question for Ask Blizzard, but can’t make it to the booth? Let everyone know in the comments below.

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