Tickets on Sale For Tabletop Gaming Live 2018

The new year will bring many opportunities for gaming. That includes all sorts of gaming conventions. It’s good to get tickets for those early and plan your trips accordingly. So, if you’ll be available September 29th and 30th, and can find your way to London, you can head to Tabletop Gaming Live. Tickets are available now.

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You can now get your ticket to the hottest gaming event of 2018: Tabletop Gaming Live!

Our convention celebrating all things board games, RPGs, miniatures, wargames, card games and more is coming to London’s beautiful Alexandra Palace on Saturday, September 29th and Sunday 30th, and promises to be an unmissable show.

We’re offering a special discount if you book your tickets ahead of the show, with adult tickets just £15 (plus booking fees) for a single day or £25 for access during the whole weekend – saving you a fiver. Weekend passes are only available ahead of time, so don’t miss out by waiting.

Young adults aged between 11 and 15 can attend either day for just £10 or both days for £15, while kids aged 10 and under get in absolutely free (no extra fees apply).

If you’re a family of two adults and two young adults, you can get an extra saving by picking up a special group pass at £40 for a single day or £65 for the weekend – saving a massive £15!

Tabletop Gaming Live will be the first place in the UK for you to play some of the biggest releases at Gen Con in August, as well as getting an early look at upcoming games headed to Essen in October – without the need to go all the way to the US or Germany.

We’ve got loads of exciting plans for the weekend, including major tournaments, talks from some of the designers behind your favourite games and much more yet to be revealed.

Among the big names headed along to Alexandra Palace in September is Mantic, which will be showing off its latest miniatures games such as The Walking Dead: All Out War, Kings of War, Dungeon Saga, DreadBall and Warpath – plus some surprises.

It will be joined by retailer Wayland Games, and Wild West Exodus and Dystopian Wars outlet Warcradle Studios, which will occupy a massive 200-square-metre booth with plenty of space for visitors to check out their latest games.

With so much more to be announced and Tabletop Gaming Live lining up as the new go-to London convention on the gaming calendar, you really won’t want to miss your chance to come along. Grab your tickets today!

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