Entertainment Weekly Auctions Off Two Tickets to SDCC 2017 Party for Charity

San Diego Comic-Con is one of the hottest tickets around in part because of the level of talent they’re able to draw to San Diego during the convention. And during the convention, one of the most coveted invite-only events of the convention is Entertainment Weekly’s annual San Diego Comic-Con party – which you could attend.

The party draws actors, industry-insiders, and more. Last year, the guest list included the cast of Orphan Black, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Nathan Fillion, Alan Tudyk, Tom Feldon, and many more.

For the last several years, EW auctions off a pair of tickets to their party for charity, which specifically this year is for GLSEN. Charitybuzz now has up for auction two tickets to the Entertainment Weekly 2017 SDCC party being held Saturday, July 22, 2017.

Here is the description from the auction page:

These are the hottest tickets you’ll want to have at next years Comic-Con International!

On Saturday, July 22, 2017 you and a guest will attend Entertainment Weekly’s star-studded Comic-Con Party in San Diego, CA. A relaxed gathering of several hundred stars, producers, executives and media folk. This annual party is known as the highlight of the four day fan fest, so you don’t wanna miss it.

Those who bid must be 18 years or older, and the auction is open until 3PM ET, Tuesday, June 6. At the time of publication, bidding was up to $3,250.

Will you be bidding?  Let us know in the comments.

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  • Randy Nickel

    Anyone know what it got up to last year? I’m watching it right now, trying to see if a friend of mine will split it with me, but it keeps going up and still about 27 hours left!

  • I know in the past it’s gone as high as $10K or so – but it’s significantly less than that right now. Good luck!

  • Randy Nickel

    Yeah, so far none of my friends are willing to go halfsies with me but are certainly willing to join me if I pay for the whole thing. I’ve considered doing it and then putting the other ticket up for auction with a direct buyout of half my price. I don’t want to make money, just not pay full price. I don’t know how legal that would be though.

  • mganai

    Usually these are auctioned the preceding December.

  • Suzana Nunes

    My top bid for one ticket would be $3K. Unfortunatelly it went past $6K already, otherwise I would gladly split the bid with you.

  • Randy Nickel

    Yeah and its illegal to put the other ticket up for auction. I’m a little bummed.

  • Randy Nickel

    It went for $15,000! Sigh