SDCC 2016 Onsite Visual Guide to Tips on Exclusives, Lines, Food, More

It’s that time of year…with San Diego Comic-Con right around the corner, it is time to look at some of the nuances that can maximize the fun, and minimize the stress, of a week at the King of Cons.

Parks and Cons has brought visual guides like this to you before and we are back for 2016, older and smarter (hopefully on the latter-don’t we hope that every year?). The Internet is filled with SDCC tips, but we want to take the help a step further and bring you this visual guide that shows you some veteran tricks that will help make your Comic-Con 2016 the best one yet.

What are some things to keep an eye for outside of Comic-Con? How can fulfillment room swag be maximized? Where’s the best place to get away from the stress of SDCC while still being able to see the stars? What are the most important keys to thriving (not surviving!) at Comic-Con.

We have tips on these and so much more in this visual guide, so grab your note pad and follow along with us:

About Shawn Marshall

Shawn Marshall

Fan of all aspects of the con experience, but particularly the exhibit hall floor! Traveling to 50 or more shows a year. Follow along and play from home.

  • Clark_Ken_T

    Parks and Cons is the best. His expertise and time spent showing others is greatly appreciated.

  • Howard Davis

    Will there be a video showing how we are supposed to “tap” or RFID badge at the RFID gates located at the different entrances?

  • Candice M

    I wish I watched this last year.

  • disqus_mbkF20E77K

    The RFID gate system at Wondercon seemed to work well enough, didn’t really seem to be that big a deal. You just tap your badge and a light flashes on the gate and you pass through, didn’t see anyone having problems.

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