As of March 20, 2013, registration for Gallifrey One: 25 Glorious Years has completely SOLD OUT. No more tickets will be offered to the public. Our special thanks to the over 3200 attendees who registered and will be joining us at Gallifrey 2014.
For those who did not register: we invite you to either (a) visit our website immediately after next year’s convention (within a day or two we will announce, like this year, the exact date and time of the following year’s registration system going online), or (b) look for a registration transfer from a current registrant who cannot make it. Read on…
Gallifrey One allows a registration to be transferred to another person at any time without restriction. To do so will require a registration holder to input their name and email address, the name and email address of the person to whom the registration is being transferred, and (if known) the receipt number from the email receipt received upon initial registration.
Registration may not be sold to another person except at the original cost it was purchased, and any attempt to sell a registration on eBay or another auction site will immediately nullify the registration.
Also, we do permit a paid registration to be upgraded (teen to adult) but not downgraded (adult to teen); to do so, please contact us via the Contact Us page on our website. At this time, free child registrations (under 12) will not be able to be upgraded to teen or adult registrations.
Gallifrey One does NOT issue refunds under any circumstances. All sales are final. Your acknowledgement of this fact is agreed upon in the terms and conditions of your online registration.
We do not defer memberships from one year to another, except on a case by case basis due to extreme emergency situations, such as medical emergencies or “acts of God”, and only if the request is made ahead of time; we will not do so after the convention! Requests for such a deferral must be emailed to us via our contact page; please note the circumstances and the reason for the request. We do not guarantee a deferral will be granted.