Comic-Con 2012 Returned Attendee Badge Resale Info! Register by TODAY before 5:30pm PT!

Remember, TODAY (May 24, 2012), is the LAST DAY to register for a Comic-Con Member ID if you would like to participate in the Attendee Badge Resale. Also remember that is does not close at midnight, but at 5:30pm PT!

Comic Con, International has not yet released the actual date of the sale, but keep and eye on their Twitter account, Facebook page and their website for further details!

They didn’t have a whole lot of returned/refunded badges to put back on sale so they made all badges to be available single-day (1-day) badges. The badge resale will only be available to people who don’t already have a 4-day or a Saturday badge. Good Luck to Everyone!

Comic-Con 2012 Cancelled / Returned Badge Resale

Comic-Con 2012 badges are sold-out. There will be a resale of cancelled and refunded badges shortly.

To be notified of the badge resale date, please sign-up for a Comic-Con Member ID and be sure not to “opt-out” of email correspondence. The Comic-Con Member ID system will close at 5:30 pm Pacific Time (PT) on May 24, 2012 to prepare for the badge resale. You must sign-up for a Member ID and confirm your email before this date to participate in the badge resale.

Only those who have not purchased or registered for a Comic-Con 2012 4-day badge or Saturday badge will be allowed to participate in the resale.

Since we received so few returned Comic-Con 4-day badges, we decided to split them into single day badges to accommodate more people who want to attend this year. Comic-Con will have 5,000 single day badges available for purchase.

To receive an email notification of the resale date and time, sign-up for your Member ID before May 24, 2012 and be sure not to “opt-out” of email correspondence from Comic-Con.

We are not taking a wait list for returned badges or badge resale notification.

Everyone who intends to purchase, apply, or register for a Comic-Con badge must have a valid and confirmed Comic-Con Member ID. This includes attendees, volunteers, professionals, trade professionals, and members of the press. Please visit for details.

While Comic-Con has made every effort to make the badge purchase experience fair for everyone, it is possible that problems outside of our control could result in the system not working as planned. The possibility exists that anti-virus, anti-spyware, and anti-malware software may aggressively block browser cookies, JavaScript, or other operation of modern web applications. It is also possible that user error, specific hardware problems, local ISP issues, or simply the extremely high level of demand beyond our control may result in your computer and/or browser not behaving as described above. While Comic-Con has done extensive testing, we make no guarantees that your efforts will result in a successful badge purchase regardless of when your enter the process.

via Comic-Con Press Release