PAX Aus 2021 tickets back on sale after first round hiccup

PAX Aus 2021 tickets

Tickets to PAX Aus 2021 are back on sale. The first round of badges, on sale only a few weeks ago, created a great deal of drama as demand surged, servers failed, and excited punters missed out.

Today, the second round of tickets is live. Ticket quantities remain limited, and demand will be high. You can attempt to secure yours through this link right here, which will put you into a virtual queue. This safeguards against server crashes and ensures that every available badge finds a home.

You can pick up a 3-Day badge for the early bird price of $170 AUD or single-day badges (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) at the early bird price of $65 AUD each. Don’t hold up the queue, and know what you’re after when you get to the checkout screen.

Though COVID restrictions concerning crowds and gatherings at the MCEC are still winding back, organisers are confident the show will go ahead with a capacity crowd. “We are very excited that PAX Aus will return as a live event in 2021, but rest assured, the safety of our community is our absolute priority,” said Jono Whyman, Event Director at Reed Exhibitions. “Working closely with our partners and the MCEC, we are taking into account every necessary precaution for public health following COVID-19.”

PAX Aus 2021 will return to the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre from October 8-10, 2021. You can check out the official website right here.

David Smith

David Smith is the former games and technology editor at The AU Review. He has previously written for PC World Australia. You can find him on Twitter at @RhunWords.