Octocon FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions!
What is membership?
We do not sell tickets to Octocon. Instead we sell membership in our convention.
If you are a member of Octocon you are entitled to attend any event that we are running.
In the case where an event has an additional cost, due to extra materials or similar, that cost will need to be paid when you sign up for the event.
What does it get you?
Once you become a member you will have the right to access the public areas of the convention. That is the panel rooms, the dealers rooms and the convention bars, such access will be limited by local laws where relevant.
By becoming a member in advance of the event, you will also be kept informed about what is going on at the event, and have the opportunity to shape what happens at Octocon.
How much does it cost?
An attending membership currently costs €40, we also offer a Concession rate of €20 for students, pensioners, people who are 21 and under, and benefit qualified individuals. Proof will be required at the event, and concessionary status must apply during the event.
Children under the age of 13 will be entitled to free membership, but must be accompanied by a guardian.
The costs of membership will continue to change as the year goes on.