PAX Australia 2019 tickets go on sale tomorrow

PAX Australia 2019 is happening a bit earlier than usual. This year, the show takes place October 11-13 and tickets are going on sale tomorrow, March 26, 2019.

Tickets will be available from 12.30 pm AEDT and will be available as both single day and three-day passes.

A single day pass will cost $62 AUD while the three-day pass will cost $165 AUD. 

PAX Australia 2019 Tickets

PAX Australia 2019 will again team up with EB Games to host the EB Expo inside PAX. EB Games Group Marketing Director, Debra McGrath said;

The PAX dates moving earlier is fantastic news for the whole gaming community. We expect this to result in a stack more playable pre-release games for people get their hands on.

Luke Lancaster, Content Manager, PAX Aus said that the organisers had heard fans cries to have the expo earlier in the year. 

It turns out planning PAX is much like scheduling a D&D game and when we sat down to plan the first weekend we all had free was in October. Apologies to any other sessions we may have disrupted.

PAX Australia 2019 will take place on October 11-13 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. Tickets are available from 12:30 pm AEDT March 26 from Showclix.

Leo Stevenson
Leo Stevenson
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