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Registration Update

June 22, 2010

We are coming close to our space capacity numbers, even for single-and two-day registrations, so we want to clarify things:
1. Tickets sales will continue through noon (Eastern Daylight Time) tomorrow via the website. When ticket sales close, we will no longer sell Full Registrations, Merlin’s Circle registrations or upgrades. We only have under 20 Full registrations left anyway.

2. We will have a limited number of single- and two-day tickets available on-site, and they will be priced at $50 per day. We will also have a limited number of Night of Frivolity Ball tickets available on-site at $25 each. We will stop selling all tickets at noon on Saturday, although those who have pre-registered will be able to pick up their packets after that.

3. Photo purchases will be available on Froggy’s site until he closes sales; those are being handled outside the Infinitus registration system, so they will continue into July.

4. We are going to set up a method for purchase of luncheon tickets, so you can get those until July 9, when we have to hand meal-count numbers over to the hotel. Keep your eye on this page for more information.

5. We strongly recommend that you follow HPEF on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/HPEF. We will be tweeting updates during Infinitus, including room changes, new events, vendor room specials, common room activities and more; if you need more information about  signing up for Twitter, you can visit their site   here.
You don’t have to reply to us, or use Twitter to discuss anything, or re-tweet our tweets, if you don’t want to, but if you want up-to-the-second info about HPEF and Infinitus, your best bet is to follow us on Twitter.

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8 Comments leave one →
  1. Laura permalink
    June 22, 2010 5:50 pm

    Is the ball included in full registration or do you have to buy a ticket separately?

  2. Sandy permalink
    June 22, 2010 10:41 pm

    How old do you have to be to go, also, what events will take place at Infinitus? Thank you.

    • June 23, 2010 12:38 am

      Sandy – from our FAQs….
      Who can go?

      Infinitus welcomes all Harry Potter scholars and fans, whether or not their beards yet reach the floor. We are adding a Kid’s Track this year for our younger fans aged 5-13. Anyone who has turned 18 as of July 15, 2010, is welcome to attend on their own.

      Anyone between the ages of 14 and 17 as of July 15, 2010, is welcome to attend with a parent or legal guardian, or a chaperone who is over the age of 21 provided that a parental permission slip appointing the chaperone has been signed and notarized; the parent, guardian or chaperone must have the same type of registration as the minor, or a higher level of registration.

      Like past HPEF conferences, programming for Infinitus is a geared towards an adult audience, and parents should be advised that some programming may contain mature themes and language.

      – Mary

      Parental Permission slip: http://www.infinitus2010.org/pforms.html

  3. Amy Shook permalink
    June 25, 2010 12:08 am

    Does this mean Night of a Thousand Wizards is also sold out?! I knew I shouldn’t have waited so long. I have my basic registration but was waiting (….and waiting….and waiting….) to make a decision about NOTW and now I’m afraid the decision has been made for me. 😦

    • Mandy permalink
      June 25, 2010 11:25 pm

      Same thing happened to me, Amy. I was so disappointed, but Infinitus will still be amazing.

  4. Parker Poche permalink
    June 29, 2010 10:39 am

    Can you tell me if I am on the waiting list for NoaTW?

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