Early Bird Miami Beach TRAFFIC Tickets on Sale

2012_header_logoEarly bird tickets for the TRAFFIC conference in Miami Beach, Florida are now on sale at a price of $995. The $995 price point is valid until May 31 or until 50 tickets are sold (whichever comes first). The 2014 TRAFFIC East conference will be held at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach hotel from October 30 through November 2.

The TRAFFIC East conference held in Florida is one event I hardly ever miss. As I recall, I’ve been to every Miami/Ft. Lauderdale show since 2007, with the exception of the year my wife was pregnant. It’s generally a well attended event, and it comes at a productive time on the calendar, shortly before people shift gears to focus on the holiday season.

Because ticket prices increase gradually up until the conference, this is a good time to reserve them if you know you’ll be there.

Here is this morning’s email from Rick Schwartz announcing ticket availability as well as an offer for the Las Vegas TRAFFIC conference:

Morning Folks!!
I will keep it brief.

Early Bird deeply discounted tickets for the Miami Beach show are now on sale!
Early Bird tickets are just $995 thru May 31 or 50 tickets whichever comes first.

So for those on the fence for Las Vegas, if you buy BOTH Las Vegas and Miami Beach tickets THIS WEEK and you are one of the first 25 to do so, we will offer you a $200 credit on your Las Vegas ticket, a free room night at the Bellagio or a Limo from the airport to the show. Your choice! That is for this week only and you MUST buy BOTH tickets this week to qualify.

Prices go to $1295 on June 1st. $1495 on July 31st and $1795 after Labor Day. So act now and you can save up to $1000.

Now back to populating the panels for the Las Vegas show and working on a THIRD Keynote speaker!

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
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