BlizzCon Benefit Dinner Tickets On Sale Today

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As with most years, on the Thursday prior to BlizzCon itself, Blizzard hosts an epic charity banquet attended by developers, artists, and executives from Blizzard, with all proceeds donated to the Children's Hospital of Orange County. Tickets go on sale today - Wednesday, April 22 - at 7 p.m. PDT.


To learn more about the charity dinner, you can visit the Benefit Dinner Tickets page on the BlizzCon website.


Tickets are $750 USD and will be available on the same EventBrite page as for previous regular BlizzCon tickets this year. Benefit dinner tickets include:


  • Dinner and an opportunity to converse with executives, artists, developers, community managers, and others from Blizzard Entertainment
  • A signed print featuring Blizzard Entertainment artwork
  • One BlizzCon 2015 ticket (a $199 USD value)
  • BlizzCon goody bag containing commemorative swag (contents to be announced)
  • BlizzCon Virtual Ticket


Good luck to anyone looking to purchase these exclusive tickets!

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