Ticketing Terms and Conditions
Each Pass is for one person only. You cannot transfer the ticket to multiple people or buy one pass and “share” amongst multiple people. Each day of the pass is marked as such – Friday and Saturday and Sunday – and will not be accepted on any other day. Tickets are “Rain or Shine”.
There will be no weather related cancellations.
There will be no refunds for tickets exchanged for wristbands close to Convention closing time on any given day.
Tickets are non-refundable, should be treated as cash and safeguarded as such. Each printed ticket has a unique ID # and can only be scanned one time. Tickets scanned multiple times will not be accepted.
Lost or stolen tickets will not be replaced.
Any person caught duplicating or trying to duplicate tickets, or wristbands, for the profit of themselves or others will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
You must wear your membership badges at all times to be admitted to any convention function. Wristband must be in full view at all times.
All children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
No weapons will be allowed in the Convention. See below for our weapon policy.
Possession of alcoholic beverages by anyone under 21 years of age is grounds for expulsion from the convention without refund.
Announced events and guests are subject to change and/or cancellation without notice. Every effort will be made to announce any changes via the Internet and pre-convention publications and our onsite program guide, but sometimes last-minute changes will occur.
Passes DO NOT include individual Autograph or Photo Op fees for Celebrity Guests. Except as noted in Ticket package.
All event and program rooms have limited capacity as set by the Fire Marshal. Even though your ticket is needed to get into all events, it does not guarantee you access to any event if it has reached its capacity. Except as noted in Ticket package.
All attendees at the Baltimore Comic-Con are prevented from taking, recording, or creating film, or digital pictures, videos, tapes, sound recordings, or any other visual or auditory recreation of any kind whatsoever, of any Baltimore Comic-Con guest, member, volunteer, exhibitor, or employee, or of any convention event, for any commercial use, or for the solicitation of funds for any commercial or other purpose, without the express written permission of Baltimore Comic-Con.
Management reserves all rights for changes, additions or deletions to this agreement at any time.
- When do online ticket sales end? Online ticket sales end the day before the Baltimore Comic-Con. After that, tickets may be purchased at the box office located at the Baltimore Convention Center.
- How much earlier can VIPs enter the hall? VIP Pass holders may enter the hall 30 minutes early all three days.
Media guest autographs and photographs
- How many people can be included in one photo? In most cases, four (4) people can be in a single photo, though individual guests may opt to limit that number to fewer people.
- If I buy an autograph ticket for a media guest, does it include a photo to be autographed? Generally yes (a pre-printed headshot of the media guest – not a personal photograph), although some guests may choose to include a surcharge at their discretion.
- If I were to purchase a fan package, would only I would be able to get into the panel? Panels are open to everyone (space-permitting). It’s the premium seating that would be only available to the individual who purchased the fan package. If you opted to not take advantage of the premium seating available with the Fan Package, that isn’t a problem and you could sit with the other members of your party (just without the premium view!).
NO credit card information is shared or provided to any third party at any time. General information and demographic information collected in this form may or may not be used by the Baltimore Comic-Con. By purchasing through this site you grant permission to the Baltimore Comic-Con to contact you via email, mail or telephone. You may opt out of any contact at anytime.