autumnwhisp said: So I have preferred admission seating for Saturday, but what do you think I should do for Sunday? Preferred seating or general admission? The only person I really want to see on Sunday is Misha, but i'm worried if I get general admission I won't be able to see him very well because it's all the way in the back of the theater. What do you suggest?
Both are pretty good. General admission is cheaper, but preferred admission puts you more in the front of the theater where you can see better. So both have their perks. I suppose I would just go with preferred admission for Saturday and Sunday, as it isn’t that much more than general admission and you will have a reserved seat where you can see.
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Anonymous said: Hello! Vegas is going to be my first ever convention and I was wondering if you have any tips for me to have a good time. Should I bring my own food? Or will there be places I can get food? I also heard there are breaks in between the panels. Is this true? And if so what can I do in those breaks?
Hello anon! Well, at this con, the hotel it is being held at (the Rio) has plenty of restaurants for you to go to in case you get hungry. However, if you don’t want a full meal, then there are also a couple snack places (such as Starbucks) inside the hotel too if you would like to purchase a snack. You can also bring your own snacks too if you would like. It’s up to you. However, when I was there, I wasn’t very hungry and didn’t eat much because there was always usually something going on and so you really don’t think much about eating. But remember to bring water, as it is very important to stay hydrated at a con. Yes, there are some breaks in between the panels. The breaks are when the photo ops and autographs take place (sometimes a certain photo op will take place during a panel, but not usually). If you have purchased photo ops and/or autographs, then you will be busy doing those things in the breaks between panels. But, if you have not purchased photo ops or autographs, then you will want to do things to preoccupy yourself. I remember that I went to the vendors room when a break was going on. There are lots of supernatural things you can get inside the vendors room, such as posters, t-shirts, mugs, pictures, etc. If you don’t want to buy anything from the vendors room, then I would suggest just to relax and take a short break, maybe go to the Starbucks I mentioned and get a drink. Taking breaks through the con days are good, because since they are very busy you will be rushing around a lot through the day. But it is definitely worth it. Hope this helped some, see you there! :)