Comic Con Badges & Tickets

San Diego Convention Center | San Diego, CA

July 18 - July 21, 2019

While we are not an official supplier. At, we are excited to offer you Comic-Con tickets. Whether you're a comic book fan, a bucket list-er shooting for that once-in-a-lifetime experience, or a VP searching for the best way to say 'thank you' to a top corporate client or employee, we have a wide variety of Comic-Con tickets and can add additional customizations to fit your exact needs. If you want to try to buy tickets directly from the official supplier visit the official Comic-Con Website.

Lodging in San Diego

Hotels book up immediately upon opening for the weekend. A few pricey pads remain if you don’t mind paying $400/night to be six miles from the action, so your sanest bet is Airbnb, where $200 in Balboa Park will still get you some nice places  half that distance from the convention center. Act fast and you can even score two beds and a private bathroom for $135/night. Alternatively, you can sneak into a hotel as the tail end of your friend’s Jabba the Hutt costume.

Places to Eat in San Diego

There are plenty of places to eat in San Diego.  The following are some of our favorites:

  • Hodad's Downtown

  • Landini's Pizzeria

  • La Puerta

  • Ruth's Chris (happy hour)

  • The Fish Market

  • Kansas City Barbecue (Top Gun bar scene was filmed there)

Transit in San Diego

The charming Gaslamp Quarter surrounding the San Diego Convention Center accommodates pedestrians, but just because you can walk doesn’t mean you should. Attendees who spend four days in the convention can walk as many as 20 miles over the course of the weekend. Wear comfortable shoes, and once you depart the Con each day, give your feet a break. Consider public transit, taxi, ridesharing, or one of the free shuttles to get around the city. Forego pedicabs, which are too costly for travel only slightly faster than your feet can carry you.

Things to Do in San Diego

We get it you might be spending most of your time in the convention center but we put a list of things to do in San Diego when you have some free time:

  • San Diego Zoo

  • Visit La Jolla Cove

  • USS Midway Museum

  • Balboa Park

  • San Diego Padres Game


Comic-Con includes a whole lot of waiting. But with some strategic planning and consideration for other attendees, you can make the process a whole lot easier on yourself and everyone around you. Make sure not to block traffic by sitting in undesignated areas.  Take advantage of long lines by using that time to use the bathroom, eat, or event use social media.  Plan your day around a specific event you want to see.


  • Refillable water bottle:  San Diego Convention center has plenty of places to refill your bottle.

  • Sharpie & Notebook:  In case you run into one of your favorite characters.

  • Mobile chargers:  You may spend all day at Comic-Con.  Make sure you don't have a dead phone. 

  • Snacks:  Can be very useful when you get hungry while waiting in a long line.


First things first, you just need a comic-con ticket to enter the convention center.  You aren't required to dress up in costume.  However, SDCC is famous for its elaborate cosplays.  From storm troopers to Hellboy costumes, there is a wide range of costumes you will see. 


  • Get your morning coffee before.

  • Ask before touching a cosplayer

  • Don't pickup every free item

  • Enjoy the city