TRAFFIC Conference Ticket Prices Increasing by $200 Tomorrow

I already have my TRAFFIC conference ticket purchased, and I want to give you a reminder about getting yours if you haven’t already. The current price for conference tickets is $1,595. As it gets closer to the conference date, ticket prices rise.

Rick Schwartz just announced that the price for the Las Vegas TRAFFIC conference tickets will increase by $200 tomorrow. If you know you’re going to attend, you might as well buy them before the price goes up. The conference will be held at the Bellagio Hotel from May 29 – June 1 with a few days prior to the conference set aside from private events and networking.

Here’s what Rick said in his email this morning:

Today is the last day to get your TRAFFIC tickets before a $200 per ticket increase in price tomorrow. We are just 8 weeks away from our first show in Las Vegas in years and the first time at the gorgeous Bellagio. Less walking!! Dates are Wednesday May 29th until Saturday June 1 with pre-show activities starting on Monday and Tuesday!

Elliot Silver
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  1. Hi. I was thinking of attending for the first time. The contact form at is broken, I had a few questions as I don’t understand what the package includes, and what to buy. Is there a phone number?

  2. “The conference will be held at the Bellagio Hotel from May 29 – April 1”

    Check those dates again, Elliot. 🙂

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