FFXIV Fan Fest Tickets

2023 FFXIV Fan Fest Tickets Go on Sale

If you’re going to the 2023 Final Fantasy XIV Festival in Las Vegas, now is the time to secure your attendance. As of March 6, 2023 at 9am PT/12pm ET, FFXIV Fan Fest tickets are on sale. Square Enix opened a special purchase site for tickets, as well as posting details on its blog.

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Though 2023 FFXIV Fan Fest tickets are on sale, they’re not quite open to every member of the public. The purchase period March 6-13, 2023 is exclusive to players of Final Fantasy XIV who have a special access code. Without the  code, the player won’t be able to buy a ticket. Those who did receive a code via their email will be eligible to purchase up to two tickets. According to a tweet from Square Enix, all the notification emails that contain access codes have been sent out to eligible players.

Meanwhile, any unsold player-exclusive tickets will be sold during the general sale period, allowing any member of the public to attend. The general sales period is set for March 15, 2023 at 9am PT/12pm ET. Square Enix cautioned that it’s possible for all the tickets to be sold during the player-exclusive period, which may limit the ticket supplies available for the general public.

2023 FFXIV Fan Fest Tickets cost $199.99 each. They grant access to the full two-day event in Las Vegas, Nevada. Ticketholders get to attend an exclusive concert each evening that won’t be streamed to the public. They’ll also get a merchandise bag featuring exclusive items.

Final Fantasy XIV is available on the PS4, PS5, and PC. The 2023 FFXIV Fan Festival will take place on July 28-29, 2023, in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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