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The Virtual Ticket is now on sale for $39.99 USD // 29.99 EUR. What caught our attention are Warcraft rewards! Alliance & Horde are getting multi-passenger faction mounts called Stormwind Skychaser and Orgrimmar Interceptor.

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Virtual Ticket holders will also get $10 off this year's goody bag.

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BlizzCon® 2017 takes place November 3–4, but we’re kicking off the celebration early with the BlizzCon 2017 Virtual Ticket—available to order starting today through the Blizzard Shop!

With the BlizzCon 2017 Virtual Ticket, you’ll unlock access to a variety of features. As just one of these, Azeroth’s heroes can show their BlizzCon spirit in World of Warcraft with the Stormwind Skychaser mount (for the Alliance!) and Orgrimmar Interceptor mount (for the Horde!)—available in-game starting today!

Stormwind Skychaser

Stormwind Skychaser (Alliance)

Orgrimmar Interceptor

Orgrimmar Interceptor (Horde)

The Virtual Ticket is your personal online and mobile warp gate to BlizzCon from wherever you are—and this year, we’ve upgraded the Virtual Ticket experience to bring you closer to the show than ever before.

For starters, the Virtual Ticket unlocks live access to all the stages at BlizzCon 2017—and in addition to the game updates, developer discussions, and community contests you’ve come to enjoy, you’ll also get access to events featuring community creators, voice actors, and more. Our new BlizzCon All Access channel will act as your guided tour through the event and around the show floor.

We’re also getting the party started early this year with several series of weekly pre-BlizzCon videos that go behind-the-scenes with Blizzard and our talented community. The first of these are available NOW—head over to the BlizzCon Watch page to start exploring.

For the whole lowdown, watch the new BlizzCon 2017 Pre-show Livestream Global Event

BlizzCon® 2017 Virtual Ticket – What’s Included

The BlizzCon 2017 Virtual Ticket offers comprehensive live HD coverage of Blizzard Entertainment’s gaming celebration via livestream. With more than 60 hours of programming, you’ll have plenty to watch live and via on-demand replays for more than a month after the show.

With the BlizzCon 2017 Virtual Ticket, you’ll unlock access to:

  • Developer and Community Events: Witness the latest game news live, get firsthand developer insight, and watch your favorite community creators in action on four stages. Full schedule to come!
  • Costume and Talent Contests: Get a great view of the creativity on display in the legendary BlizzCon Costume Contest and epic Talent Contest on Friday night.
  • Closing Ceremony: Be there for the closing festivities on Saturday night, celebrating two full days of Blizzard gaming and community.
  • Exclusive Interviews: Dig deeper into our game universes through exclusive interviews with Blizzard developers on the BlizzCon All Access channel.
  • Behind the Scenes & From the Floor: The BlizzCon All Access channel also gives you a closer look at the show floor so you can experience the more of BlizzCon from the comfort of your home.
  • Pre-show Video Series: Starting today on the BlizzCon Watch page, enjoy multiple series of weekly videos leading up to the show, including Blizzard Vault, Casual Cosplay, and The Artist’s Journey. Watch some for free, and unlock them all with the Virtual Ticket.
  • In-Game Goodies: Unlock this year’s BlizzCon in-game items for World of Warcraft®, Overwatch®, Hearthstone®, StarCraft® II, Diablo®III, and Heroes of the Storm®.

Heroes of Azeroth can show their BlizzCon spirit in World of Warcraft with the Stormwind Skychaser mount (for the Alliance!) and Orgrimmar Interceptor mount (for the Horde!)—available in-game starting today!

  • Enhanced Esports Viewing: The epic esports competition is always free, but this year, Virtual Ticket holders can watch without third-party commercials on BlizzCon.com and in the BlizzCon Guide mobile app. During regular ad breaks, Virtual Ticket viewers will see alternate Blizzard content—including during Opening Week. Full esports schedule to come!
  • Goody Bag Discount: Get $10 USD off this year’s BlizzCon Goody Bag* when you purchase a Virtual Ticket—visit the Goody Bag blog for all the details.

The BlizzCon Virtual Ticket is available through the Blizzard Shop in the Americas, Europe, Russia, Australia, New Zealand, Taiwan, Korea, and Southeast Asia (pricing and availability varies by region) and is also available in China (sold separately). The Virtual Ticket live stream is available in HD (720p) and in English only.

Be sure to make your purchase on the Blizzard Account you wish to use to watch the show, receive the in-game goodies, and get your BlizzCon Goody Bag discount. If you don’t yet have a Blizzard Account, you can create one free now.

If you’re attending BlizzCon 2017, you should have already received a code (one per ticket purchased) which can be used to unlock the Virtual Ticket and associated perks on a single Blizzard Account. These codes were emailed directly to the BlizzCon ticket purchaser, so check with the person who bought your ticket if you haven’t yet received your code.

Goody Bags Are Back!

The BlizzCon 2017 Goody Bag is a backpack chock full of collectibles, including an exclusive Eidgenossen Mercy backpack hanger and a treasure trove of real-world loot based on your favorite Blizzard games. Anyone can pre-purchase this sack o’ goodies now* through the Blizzard Gear Store for $45 USD, but Virtual Ticket purchasers can pre-purchase the Goody Bag at an automatically discounted price of $35. You also have the option to get an Epic Upgrade for your Goody Bag to get even more gear.

Supplies are limited, so be sure to claim a Goody Bag while you can. See what’s inside and learn more about the Epic Upgrade option.

The BlizzCon merchandise is also coming back, with early access for ticket holders. Stay tuned for more details.

*While supplies last. Price does not include tax, shipping, or applicable fees. All orders will be shipped from the United States the week of BlizzCon. lnternational shipping rates may apply. Read our Gear Store Shipping Information article for details.

Free Pre-Event Content, Opening Ceremony, and Esports Streams

This year, you can catch tons of BlizzCon content online for free. Catch a selection of pre-event content free on BlizzCon.com, where new videos will be added each week until the convention starts.

As always, coverage of the BlizzCon opening ceremony and this year’s esports tournaments—including the global championships for StarCraft II, Heroes of the Storm, and World of Warcraft; the Hearthstone Inn-vitational and Tavern Vs. Tavern finals; and the finals of the Overwatch World Cup—will be streamed for free in HD at www.blizzcon.com.

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The mounts are sick, and the Ticket is something I always get each year so im happy with this :)

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58 minutes ago, Dejo93 said:

Question: When is the deadline for the ticket purchase? i'd appreciate the answer

I would assume it is the Blizzcon date.

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Soon as I saw the mounts available on the bnet app I threw my credit card at my compy. Probably shouldn't've spent that much blindly. But dear god the mounts..... the mounts!!!!! The only way I can describe them is

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also yay double contractions

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3 hours ago, Blainie said:

I would assume it is the Blizzcon date.

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They should be available, at least, up to the convention. 

I'll need to check on if they are available after the event, as I don't have an answer to that for this year, but I believe you could purchase them after previously.
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2 hours ago, Tri said:

Soon as I saw the mounts available on the bnet app I threw my credit card at my compy. Probably shouldn't've spent that much blindly. But dear god the mounts..... the mounts!!!!! The only way I can describe them is

They're actually pretty unique, it's awesome! I know they use the engineering skeleton, but they're still awesome.

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3 minutes ago, Stan said:

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They should be available, at least, up to the convention. 

I'll need to check on if they are available after the event, as I don't have an answer to that for this year, but I believe you could purchase them after previously.

@Dejo93 Looks like Stan has the answer!

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Hi! Longtime read, first time poster here!

I'm thinking of buying a VTicket. I'll  never get to Blizzcon so this is the next best thing!

The question I have is do I have to watch on my computer? Or can I watch on my TV via my Android box?

 

Thanks!

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I don't like the Alliance airships, but the Horde zeppelin is just so good, except I don't really play Horde (and never been able to get into it.)

Can't really justify spending $40 on something like this right now, so I guess I'll just have to miss out on it. :p

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On 9/15/2017 at 4:35 PM, MidasKnight said:

The question I have is do I have to watch on my computer? Or can I watch on my TV via my Android box?

I'm not sure how an Android box works (never used one before), but I have only heard bad things in the past while trying to use things like Chromecast etc. There's loads of syncing issues etc. apparently.

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On 9/16/2017 at 2:02 AM, Ammako said:

I don't like the Alliance airships, but the Horde zeppelin is just so good, except I don't really play Horde (and never been able to get into it.)

Can't really justify spending $40 on something like this right now, so I guess I'll just have to miss out on it. :p

Might be able to pick it up after Blizzcon still! :)

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