What a morning! Today was the public registration for SDCC 2015. This is my third time going through the process & I'll never stop hating it (*So much anxiety*). Apparently, this year it hit a fast record of selling out within just below an hour - That's insane! SDCC15-01 After waiting in the waiting room which seemed like forever, I was getting completely discouraged about getting tickets. Every update seemed to look like a slimmer chance...
"Preview Night running low... Preview night is sold out... Saturday tickets running low... Saturday tickets sold out... Etc."
Then they announced Thursday being sold out. I remember telling my friend, "Watch us actually get into the waiting room and have to make the choice of whether we go for just Sunday or not."... Then, BAM! I was out of the waiting room and into the next step of purchasing tickets. We ended up getting ONLY Sunday tickets. We thought, 'Hey, if we don't go, we only lost $70 compared to planning a whole trip just for Sunday." Now here's the thing we are still debating - Is it worth going to San Diego, California for ONE SDCC day? I know there's a BUNCH of free outside events and SDCC events happening around that time, but it would definitely take a lot of planning to make it worth the travel. SDCC15-02 Congrats to those who were able to get the SDCC tickets they wanted :) If you were in the same boat as us, would you try and make a trip over to San Diego or plan another (cheaper) trip elsewhere? Our second option was to make a trip to Universal Studios if we didn't go to SDCC. I'd love to know your thoughts, advice, outside SDCC events or whatever you have to offer as feedback.