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Discussion in 'FanForce: Star Wars Celebrations' started by Professor5150, Aug 16, 2010.

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  1. Zepherous

    Zepherous Jedi Youngling star 1

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    If anyone wants to sell their Jedi Master Mace badge, let me know.
     
  2. Bowen

    Bowen Force Ghost star 5

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    Yeah it really just depends what the value is to you, I mean it's all based on perspective. I had someone say, "Wow $300 for that original Mace Windu sketch?!" It was Grant Gould's sketch of the Mace Windu Jedi Master VIP badge, and this guy thought that was a lot of money. I think $300 for an original like that is a bargain. So it's all about what you care about, how much you have to spend I suppose, and what value you attach to something. To me, $750 to have a great time and wait in fewer lines, have a few cool meet and greets, etc. is not a significant cost especially when it's every 3 years or so. I haven't spent much on Star Wars lately to be honest, so I know that at the Celebrations I will spend more and I just plan for that. No biggie.

    But obviously my attitude would be different if I had no spare cash, then maybe I would think that's a ton of money for what is offered.
     
  3. Abhib

    Abhib Jedi Youngling

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    If anyone wants to sell their Jedi Knight pass, please let me know
     
  4. JediJustin

    JediJustin Jedi Padawan star 4

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    Biker Scout used on the Jedi Master VIP badge for C6.

    You heard it here first. ;)
     
  5. Abhib

    Abhib Jedi Youngling

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    I dont think so, Luke Skywalker it should be
     
  6. GodAtum

    GodAtum Jedi Master

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    Does anyone have any experiences with a VIP ticket? Was it worth it?
     
  7. JediJustin

    JediJustin Jedi Padawan star 4

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    Have you gone thru all the posts in this thread? Plenty of feedback here.
     
  8. GodAtum

    GodAtum Jedi Master

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    oops sorry i didnt realise!

    i had a look at the badges here:

    [link=http://www.starwars.com/fans/event_news/celebration_v_badges/index.html][/link]

    http://www.starwars.com/fans/event_news/celebration_v_badges/index.html

    and noticed there is only 1 VIP badge, was this the same for both knights and masters?

    Also, did the all access badge have any perks like the VIP badge?
     
  9. JediJustin

    JediJustin Jedi Padawan star 4

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    Actually, the Lando VIP badge design was different from the Jedi Knight and Jedi Master badges. The Knight had Aayla Secura and the Master had Mace Windu.

    Not sure what the All Access badge offered in addition to the VIP perks.
     
  10. Dunc T'racen

    Dunc T'racen Jedi Master star 3

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    All Access is a working badge - everyone I knew who had one was either (LFL/Reed) staff or a trusted volunteer. They were all working their butts off throughout the con.
     
  11. JediJustin

    JediJustin Jedi Padawan star 4

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    Not everyone was working - I saw quite a few little kids wearing All Access badges.
     
  12. Grimby

    Grimby Technical Consultant & Former Head Admin star 7 Staff Member Administrator

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    The All Access badge was officially intended to be for "Documentary Staff and Backstage Volunteers" only. If you saw little kids wearing them, their parents were probably con or LFL staff. The All Access badge was basically a Staff badge (allowed entry to the expo hall at any time and to bypass all lines) with the added ability to get backstage.
     
  13. JediJustin

    JediJustin Jedi Padawan star 4

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    Yeah that's what I figured. They were too short for an OPX volunteer. ;)
     
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