SDCC eliminates multi-day pass purchases

Old news, but you have to buy each day’s pass:

New for 2014! Only single day badges will be sold. The Preview Night badge option may only be purchased if you buy a Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday badge. Preview Night is not a stand alone badge option. As in 2013, if you purchase all four daily badges (Thursday through Sunday) they will automatically be converted to a 4-Day badge unless you select to opt-out of consolidation during online registration. You will not need to pick up each badge daily, they will be combined for you into one 4-Day badge when you arrive. For additional details on this change, check out the helpful Registration Update section on our Toucan blog. – See more at: http://www.comic-con.org/cci/2014-cci-badge-preregistration#sthash.wQX1FEbU.dpuf

Here’s some pricing:

COMIC-CON 2014 PRICES
BADGE TYPE Adult Junior** U.S. Military /
Senior**
Preview Night $35.00 $16.00 $16.00
Thursday $45.00 $23.00 $23.00
Friday $45.00 $23.00 $23.00
Saturday $45.00 $23.00 $23.00
Sunday $30.00 $15.00 $15.00

Still no news about WHEN the pre-registration sale will happen.  There is quite a bit of info about the improvements they’re making, which sound great.  It’s gonna be fun!

New for 2014! Only single day badges will be sold. The Preview Night badge option may only be purchased if you buy a Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday badge. Preview Night is not a stand alone badge option. As in 2013, if you purchase all four daily badges (Thursday through Sunday) they will automatically be converted to a 4-Day badge unless you select to opt-out of consolidation during online registration. You will not need to pick up each badge daily, they will be combined for you into one 4-Day badge when you arrive. For additional details on this change, check out the helpful Registration Update section on our Toucan blog. – See more at: http://www.comic-con.org/cci/2014-cci-badge-preregistration#sthash.wQX1FEbU.dpuf

Trevor Nielson
Writer & Photographer at ComicCon.tips
Trevor began his forray into nerdom as a kid peddling his bike all the way to the local bookstore to purchase comic books. The boring superhero comics weren’t good enough for Trevor, he wanted the real ones. The ones with ducks. Now who's laughing while he’s on his way to cash in all those valuable Ducktales comics. Soon he’ll have his own money bin full to the brim. These days, to fill the time before the money bin construction completes (and begins), Trevor fills his time with photography, movies, television and comic book conventions. You can find his cosplay Meet & Greet mini-shoot and articles on this site as well as prints of his photographs being sold by cosplayers throughout the land.

P.S. Trevor converted to Marvel & DC comics and movies later on, so no heartburn on that one, right?