What ticket should I buy?
If you are a student, unemployed, on a lower income, or feel you would benefit from a reduced-priced ticket, please pick the student/diversity rate. If your employer is paying your way then please pick the corporate rate. If you work for a small company, or the corporate rate is not reasonable for your company, then please pick the individual rate. State or government institutions should use the corporate rate if they are able.
Individual ($345 early bird (sold out), $445 regular): If your company has 5 or fewer employees, or if you’re purchasing your own ticket without any help from your employer.
Corporate ($545 early bird (sold out), $645 regular): If your employer (with more than 5 employees) is paying for your ticket. State or government institutions should use the corporate rate if they are able.
Student/Diversity ($245): If you’re unemployed, on a lower income, are a member of an underrepresented group, or would benefit from a lower-priced ticket for another reason.
Tutorials ($150): They are a separate cost from your conference ticket. You can register for a tutorial without registering for the conference itself. You must register for a specific tutorial.
Sprints (free): The ticket is free, but we ask you to register so we can buy you lunch. You do not have to register for the conference itself to register for sprints.
What is the refund policy?
DjangoCon US has the following tiered refund policy:
Refunds requested before July 31, 2017, incur a 10% cancellation fee.
Refunds requested between August 1 and August 6, 2017, incur a 25% cancellation fee.
Refunds requested between August 7 and August 12, 2017, incur a 50% cancellation fee.
Tickets may be transferred to someone else at no charge by August 12, 2017, for tutorials and August 13 for the conference.
For all dates the cutoff is on or before 5:00 PM PDT per the time stamp on DEFNA’s servers.
DjangoCon US has sold out the past two years, so buy your ticket soon!
We hope to see you in Spokane!