TRAFFIC Conference Early Bird Special Ends on 12/31

Rick Schwartz sent out a reminder email this morning to let people know the “early bird special” ticket price for the upcoming TRAFFIC conference in Las Vegas will end on Monday, December 31. The current price for a ticket is $1,195.

I don’t know the price after the special is over, but it will likely be a $200 price increase. Conference organizers continue to increase the price as it gets closer to the conference, so it’s a good idea to purchase your ticket(s) in advance. It may also be wise to book the expense in 2012 depending on your tax situation.

TRAFFIC will be held  May 29th – June 1, 2013 at the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas. I haven’t been to a domain industry conference in a little over year, but I am pretty sure TRAFFIC LV will be the next conference I attend due to a ski vacation during WebFest.


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