CookieCon 2019

Reno, Nevada USA

Woo hoo! CookieCon is moving to an annual schedule of every spring, starting in March 2019. Mark your calendars now for the world's largest cookie-only convention!

For more information about pricing, registration, and so on, please visit the CookieCon site, here.

Address

Peppermill Resort, Reno, Nevada USA

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Debee posted:

The link to get the price is not working. How much does this event cost?

Sorry, they recently reconfigured their website after they first announced the Reno event, and they now have a new event link. The above link is now working as well, and the home page to their event site can always be found here: http://www.cookiecon.net

Does anyone know if the reconfigured website is an indication for smoother registration, or should newbies to CookieCon like myself anticipate it to sell out almost immediately/crash the website like I heard from prior years/ etc?

Lindy posted:

Does anyone know if the reconfigured website is an indication for smoother registration, or should newbies to CookieCon like myself anticipate it to sell out almost immediately/crash the website like I heard from prior years/ etc?

There is guarantee, but they separated the registration for CookieCon and precookiecon. Also there is a new $6.95 fee to pay for software and processing.  On top of that they are selling 800 tickets.

Econlady posted:
Lindy posted:

Does anyone know if the reconfigured website is an indication for smoother registration, or should newbies to CookieCon like myself anticipate it to sell out almost immediately/crash the website like I heard from prior years/ etc?

There is guarantee, but they separated the registration for CookieCon and precookiecon. Also there is a new $6.95 fee to pay for software and processing.  On top of that they are selling 800 tickets.

Is 800 a big difference from the past? Sorry for all my questions!

Lindy posted:
Econlady posted:
Lindy posted:

Does anyone know if the reconfigured website is an indication for smoother registration, or should newbies to CookieCon like myself anticipate it to sell out almost immediately/crash the website like I heard from prior years/ etc?

There is guarantee, but they separated the registration for CookieCon and precookiecon. Also there is a new $6.95 fee to pay for software and processing.  On top of that they are selling 800 tickets.

Is 800 a big difference from the past? Sorry for all my questions!

I think they had about 800 last time too, with vendors, etc. That's what their vendor/sponsor materials say anyway.

Julia M. Usher posted:
Lindy posted:
Econlady posted:
Lindy posted:

Does anyone know if the reconfigured website is an indication for smoother registration, or should newbies to CookieCon like myself anticipate it to sell out almost immediately/crash the website like I heard from prior years/ etc?

There is guarantee, but they separated the registration for CookieCon and precookiecon. Also there is a new $6.95 fee to pay for software and processing.  On top of that they are selling 800 tickets.

Is 800 a big difference from the past? Sorry for all my questions!

I think they had about 800 last time too, with vendors, etc. That's what their vendor/sponsor materials say anyway.

The first one was 200 people and it’s grown every year.  The last one was suppose o be 575 people, but it was upped to 650 people.  Feel free to ask questions.  I’m happy my experience can help.

Econlady posted:
Lindy posted:

Does anyone know if the reconfigured website is an indication for smoother registration, or should newbies to CookieCon like myself anticipate it to sell out almost immediately/crash the website like I heard from prior years/ etc?

There is guarantee, but they separated the registration for CookieCon and precookiecon. Also there is a new $6.95 fee to pay for software and processing.  On top of that they are selling 800 tickets.

Sorry I meant no guarantee 

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