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TOPIC: Mini-Quest Multiple Ticket Purchasing

Mini-Quest Multiple Ticket Purchasing 1 month 2 weeks ago #1

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If you were planning on buying out a Mini-Quest run or just wanted to buy more than one ticket for a run, you need to know this:
Unlike other TD events, you cannot buy 10 tickets then transfer those tickets to other players later. If you want to purchase more than one ticket for a Mini-Quest run, you must add the people to be on that run to your "Friends and Family" list BEFORE you purchase the tickets. If you do not friend these specific players before purchasing the tickets, you may only purchase one ticket per run. That means you cannot buy up an entire run without linking your account (BEFORE purchasing tickets) with your friends. Also, every player must have a Gen Con account and every player must have a free Gen Con Online badge in order to add those tickets to their wishlists and get everyone registered for that run. It is not possible to purchase multiple tickets under a single account to cover multiple different players, as a single account cannot purchase multiple tickets to a single TD slot and transfer to friends after the purchase has been made.

As seen on the Gen Con account page , here are the steps to set up your Friends and Family list:
  1. Visit gencon.com/login .
  2. Enter your username or email address and password.
  3. Click the "Sign In" button.
  4. Hover your mouse over your name at the top right of the page.
  5. Select the "My Friends & Family" link.
  6. Select the "Add Friend" link next to the information you would like to update.
  7. Enter the email address that is associated with your friends Gen Con account in the requested fields.
  8. Select the "Add Friend" button.
Have you looked it up in the TDb ?
Please post TDb corrections/suggestions in this thread .
If I write something in teal, it should not be taken seriously

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