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Professional Registration

Thank you for your interest in Professional Registration for New York Comic Con 2013! Unfortunately Professional Registration for NYCC is now closed. Due to an increased demand for Professional Badges to this year’s NYCC we have reached max capacities earlier than we expected. We are very sorry for any inconvenience this may cause you and we hope that you will still attend New York Comic Con as a Fan. Thursday Tickets are still available online and at retail locations.

NYCC welcomes Professionals across the full spectrum of the pop culture industries and is happy to provide a Professional Ticket to Artists, Buyers, Creators, Editors, Educators, Librarians, Licensors, Producers, Publishers, Retailers and Writers. Professional Tickets are good for entry to NYCC’s Professional-Only Hours on Thursday, October 10 from 3:00 PM to 9:00 PM. Please note: Professional Tickets do not guarantee seating and do not include admission to any ticketed special events. Special event tickets must be purchased separately.

Application Process

The registration period for Professional Registration at New York Comic Con 2013 is now closed.
There will be NO on-site Professional Registration at New York Comic Con this year.

If you have already applied for a professional badge and have not received the status of your application, please send an email with your name and registration number to: nyccpro@reedexpo.com. Note: Your credit card will not be charged until your application has been approved.

Your approval for a Professional Ticket at previous editions of NYCC does not guarantee you a Professional Ticket in 2013. You must complete the entire Professional Ticket application whether you have been approved previously or not. All application decisions are final. NYCC reserves the right to approve or deny all applications. This decision is final and cannot be appealed. You will not be able to submit further information later on if your application is not approved.

Professional Pricing

For Comic Retailers, Toy Retailers, Librarians, Educators and Professional Creators For Licensors, Non-Editorial Media, Advertising and PR Professionals, Publishing Professionals, Producers and Game Developers
For Comic Retailers, Toy Retailers, Librarians, Educators and Professional Creators For Licensors, Non-Editorial Media, Advertising and PR Professionals, Publishing Professionals, Producers, Writers and Game Developers

Each Professional Ticket is issued individually and is non-transferable. You may not transfer or sell your NYCC Professional Ticket, and any individuals conducting such behavior will be disqualified from Professional Tickets at future ReedPOP events.

Professional Tickets are limited in nature and will be issued only to currently professionally employed adults.

Fans First

We understand that this is a more intensive application than NYCC has used in previous years, however, the growth of the show and demand for tickets has required us to revise our Professional review process. NYCC has a Fans first attitude, and we wish to provide as many tickets as we can to show attendees. This more thorough review will allow us to welcome more fans.

NYCC Comics AheadThe ICv2 Conference at
New York Comic Con

Comics Ahead!How can the business of comics and graphic novels keep moving ahead, continuing and expanding on the growth of the last two years?To find the answers, the thought leaders of the industry will gather at the ICv2 Conference on the eve of New York Comic Con, Wednesday afternoon, October 9th at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York City. Click here to register.