We’re just a few days away from Auto Assembly 2014 and we’ve seen excitement spread across the internet for this year’s convention. Fans are joining us from all over the world as we prepare for our celebrations of 30 years of Transformers but if you’re not one of them it’s not too late!
Pre-registrations for the convention are still open but not for long… you have until tomorrow morning – Tuesday 5th August 2014 – to go to the Auto Assembly 2014 Bookings Page here on the Auto Assembly website to pre-order your tickets for the convention and have your personalised passes ready and waiting for you to collect when you arrive at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole Hotel this weekend. You will still be able to come along and pay on the door and get into the convention but pre-registration offers plenty of benefits as our attendees have found out over the years…
- You receive a personalised pass for the convention
- Early admission for the event. Once you’ve collected your pass from our Registration Desk (which is open from 10:00 am on Friday), you can walk straight into the convention in when the doors open
- Buying tickets on the door means queuing separately and having to register your details on arrival slowing down your admission, crucial for those of you after this year’s limited edition exclusives.
- Some of this year’s convention gifts are limited and will be handed to attendees on a first come, first served basis. If you leave booking too late or are amongst the last of the on-the-door attendees you could miss out!
So don’t leave it to chance to miss out on these extra benefits. As we said you can still pay on the door subject to ticket availability, but pre-registering is always the best way to get the most out of Auto Assembly. It’s taking place this weekend – Friday 8th – Sunday 10th August at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole Hotel in Birmingham with tickets starting at £23. Hope to see you all there!
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