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Blizzcon 2013 is November 8-9, 2013

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blizzcon 2013Ready for BlizzCon 2013? You better be, because it is on this year. BlizzCon 2012 didn’t happen, but Activision Blizzard is making BlizzCon 2013 a reality. Clear out your calendars and start saving your money. You want to make sure you’re free November 8-9, 2013 and have enough money to cover ticket costs, hotel and airfare so you can join together with fans, celebrate your favorite games and perhaps see new ones in Anaheim, California.

Ready for BlizzCon 2013? You better be, because it is on this year. BlizzCon 2012 didn’t happen, but Activision Blizzard is making BlizzCon 2013 a reality. Clear out your calendars and start saving your money. You want to make sure you’re free November 8-9, 2013 and have enough money to cover ticket costs, hotel and airfare so you can join together with fans, celebrate your favorite games and perhaps see new ones in Anaheim, California.

Though Activision Blizzard took a break last year, BlizzCon 2013 seems to be a return to form for the fan convention. There will be tournaments, people will be able to play World of Warcraft, StarCraft and Diablo games. The developers will be on hand for panels to answer fans questions. Naturally, there will also be contests, tournaments, free swag and the opportunity to buy exclusive content. Blizzard will likely make some major game announcements as well. I’m rooting for a Diablo 3 announcement for consoles.

Right now, we just have the announcement that BlizzCon 2013 is a thing. Tickets aren’t for sale yet and Activision Blizzard hasn’t announced when they will be made available or how much it will cost to get into the event. If you want an idea of how much you’ll have to pay, it was $175 to get in in 2011, $150 in $2010 and $125 in 2009. At that rate, it could very well be $200 to get into BlizzCon 2013.

However, you can start calling dibs on hotel and airfare. Activision Blizzard has set up an official hotel site with places offering discounted rates for people coming to Anaheim just for BlizzCon 2013. I did a quick search and 10 hotels came up with rates between $94-205 per night. If you’re interested, I say play it smart. Book a hotel room now. Then try to get the tickets. Only book flights after you’re sure you’re able to attend and have somewhere to stay.

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