Celebration VI tickets go on sale today! Individual passes, single day passes, multiple day passes, and VIP badges are all available now for the forward thinking fan who likes to plan ahead. Here are the details, and links to more details from StarWarsCelebration.com
.Tickets to Star Wars Celebration VI are available now! Be among the first to grab your ticket and guarantee your spot in the biggest Star Wars party the planet's seen yet! Exclusive merchandise, interviews with cast and crew, and memories with old and new friends all start with a ticket to the convention, and you can order that ticket now!
Get your tickets now! Thursday, Friday, and Sunday Passes are $55, Saturday Passes are $65, Adult Four-Day Passes are $135, Kids Four-Day Passes are $54, and Kids One-Day Passes are $27. Order your tickets online to avoid the lines on-site and save some credits, as prices will be more expensive at the door.
Jedi Master VIP Package - $850 each
Jedi Knight VIP Package - $400 each
Your regular badge will get you in the door, but if you want to take your Star Wars Celebration experience to the next level, you'll want to grab a VIP Package. With only a few available, they won't last very long. These extremely limited tickets will be on sale to the general public starting August 24, 2011, at 3:01 PM (ET). Celebration VI ticket holders and newsletter subscribers will have the first opportunity to purchase these tickets and gain special access, following a brief presale period for Celebration V VIP ticket holders. Be sure to sign up for the official Star Wars Celebration newsletter to get all the details on how to purchase at www.starwarscelebration.com/newsletter. View the VIP incentives here.
All fans who order their tickets by July 20, 2012 at 11:59 PM (EST) will have their tickets mailed out to them by USPS. There's no additional cost to this mailing, and once you get your ticket, just bring it with you and walk right into Celebration. If you'd like to upgrade your tickets to UPS delivery, you can for $9.95. If you order five or more tickets, please note that UPS shipping will be automatically added to your order. Tickets ordered after July 20, 2012 will not be mailed. Instead, you must bring your confirmation email with you to Star Wars Celebration, and we'll provide you with your physical ticket at one of our registration desks. No international orders will be mailed. All international orders will be held for pick up on-site. Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.
If you prefer to wait to buy your tickets at Star Wars Celebration, please be aware that tickets will be more expensive at the door. Thursday, Friday, and Sunday Passes will be $60, Saturday Passes will be $65, Adult Four-Day Passes will be $150, Kids Four-Day Passes will be $65, and Kids One-Day Passes will be $35. (Tickets purchased online during the convention will also reflect this price.) Also, note that the Star Wars Celebration team will be monitoring ticket sales closely. If we reach maximum occupancy in advance of the show, all sales -- online and on-site -- will stop. Buying your tickets now is the only way to guarantee you're part of the party!
Star Wars Celebration welcomes members of the media and is happy to provide all approved reporters attending with a complimentary Media Pass. Media Passes are good for one individual only. Each member of the station or crew must be registered to obtain access into Star Wars Celebration. Media Passes are good for entry to all free events held at Star Wars Celebration but do not guarantee seating and do not include admission into any ticketed Special Events. Additionally, Media Passes do not guarantee interviews with guests. Media registration will begin later in 2011.
Please note that there will not be any exclusive benefits for prior Hyperspace members at Star Wars Celebration VI. Star Wars Celebration VI returns to the Orange County Convention Center
in Orlando, Florida from August 23-26, 2012.UPDATE:
Due to the early purchasing access that CV VIPs had, CVI Jedi Master passes were already sold out by the time that Reed tweeted about general availability
of VIP badges. The other remaining option, Jedi Knight passes, sold out minutes later.