The tickets are a lottery. Then the hotel rooms. And now? The parking lots.
Ace Parking has issued the following decree ahead of San Diego Comic Con,
Comic-Con Fans: This time around, we’re doing it differently. We want to provide the best experience possible and take the pain and pressure out of the process. So for this years sale, we’re going to a lottery based system.
How does it work?
Registration is easy. Send an email into firstname.lastname@example.org and you’re done.
Ace will collect entries until April 12th and then hold a random drawing to select the winners.
If your entry is selected, you will be guaranteed a spot at one of our Ace locations.
The lots will be filled in order as shown below:
Petco Lots (excluding Campus lot which will be closed for construction during Comic-Con)
Diamond View Tower
Gaslamp City Square
Entries will be selected at random up to the capacity of each location. If your entry is selected, you will receive an email back from us by April 15th. Included in that email will be details on how to purchase your permit at the location you were drawn for. If you choose not to purchase your permit, it will be forfeited.
You must register first at the email above in order to be included in the drawing. Entries by phone, writing or through other email addresses will not be considered and only one entry per account will be considered.
The locations in the list above are the most sought after locations and therefore they are the ones that will participate in the lottery. Following the sellout of the lots above, the system will be opened to the public for purchase of any remaining inventory.
Good luck everyone! Maybe… consider taking the train. That always seems to have room. California, you see…
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