BookCon Autographing Area Ticketing

This year, all signings that take place in the BookCon Autographing Area will be digitally ticketed before the Show. Tickets will be distributed to Fans on a first come, first serve basis – so the earlier you visit this page, the more likely you are to receive Tickets for the signings you want to attend.

In order to complete this process, you are required to submit your BookCon Badge number or BookCon order confirmation number. If you purchased multiple tickets in your order, you can use the same confirmation number to reserve Autographing tickets for multiple people. This step is required for participation, so if you haven't already, be sure to buy your BookCon Tickets now in order to participate in signings taking place in the BookCon Autographing Area. A valid Ticket to BookCon for the day of the signing is required for participation.

After you have selected the signings you want and finished the checkout process, you'll receive a Ticket to your email with a unique barcode that can be scanned at the signing line once onsite. There is no cost for Tickets to the individual signing sessions but some signings may require a book purchase onsite for participation. Click the "i" next to each author's name for additional details on each signing.

Tickets are non-transferable and non-sellable and IDs will be checked upon entry to the signing line. Please arrive on time and no more than 15 minutes before the scheduled start time of each signing. Late arrivals may not be accommodated.

There is a limit of two (2) signings per person per day. However, if a particular author’s signing isn’t sold out by the start of BookCon, then fans can get a signing ticket for that author on-site at the show, even if that fan already registered for two signings for that day.

Autographing Area Ticketing closes on Friday, 06/01 at 6:00 PM ET. Autographing requirements subject to change, please reference the autograph ticketing page for the most up-to-date details regarding each signing.

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