The only place this could possibly be considered fair is Bizarro world. This is exactly the opposite of what San Diego Comicon did in an effort to make going to their show fair.deathstar1000 said:Bummed that previous VIPs get first dibs. Can't decide if that is fair or not.
Not happy either, but don't see them changing their process. I'd also be very weary of the difference in price from each package. The only way it would truly be worth it is if they had another "Main Event" type event and you got to actually meet the person.SirTristram said:I am so outraged, I can hardly type! This is reprehensible! I just sent a furious e-mail to all the contacts from Reed and LFL on the CVI site. I suggest those who feel the same, do the same.
And from what I hear(Yes hear because I DID NOT receive the email) those former VIPs can purchase 3?? Ebay here these come...SirTristram said:I received three automatic-out of the office replies from most of the people I e-mailed. They won't be back until AFTER the VIP tickets go on sale!
UGH! I am so damn angry right now...I feel like Cartman and his worst! This is so unbelievable! What possible good could come from not allowing this to be a true 'First Come, First Served' situation. Why - Why - WHY would they let people who ALREADY EXPERIENCED VIP TREATMENT be the FIRST TO BE ALLOWED TO EXPERIENCE IT AGAIN!?!?!?
WIth tens of thousands of people attending these events, why keep these so exclusive that hardly anyone else is even allowed to have the opportunity to purchase these tickets??? WTF?!?
SirTristram said:It's not the time frame as much as the fact that they are isolating the tens of thousands of fans who were not able to buy these VIP tickets the first time and allowing the lucky ones who did buy them for CV to buy them again!? It just doesn't make any sense. So much for equal opportunity from LFL!