Comic Con London 2018 Tickets – How Much Are They, Do Kids Go Free And What Is The Refund Policy?


COMIC Con London is a must-see for cosplay enthusiasts, and the first event of 2018 is right around the corner.

Here’s all you need to know about how to join the thousands descending on the event this weekend…

AFP or licensors Comic Con is a must-see for cosplay enthusiasts

How much are Comic Con London 2018 tickets?

The full range of tickets for Comic Con London 2018 can be found on the official website and are available here.

Priority tickets, which allow avid fans to enter two hours before the general public, are priced between £25-£27, with entry from 10.00am on Friday, and 9.00am on Saturday and Sunday.

Weekend priority tickets are almost sold out but if you are able to still purchase one, it will cost between £68 and £70.

General entry tickets are slightly cheaper, between £17-18, with entry from 12 noon on Friday, and 11.00am on Saturday and Sunday.

AFP or licensors Over 130,000 comic-book, movie and television aficionados descend on the convention each year

Do kids go free at Comic Con London 2018?

Kids do go free if they are accompanied by a Comic Con London ticket-holder.

During priority entry times, two children aged five and under are permitted free entry with a paid adult.

After general entry has opened, ticket holders can bring in two children aged 10 and under.

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