Residential bookings are now closed, but you can still buy non-residential day and weekend passes in advance or on the day.
Register for BiCon.
link to booking form removed
|Income Band||Ensuite Residential||Non Residential||One Day Pass|
|£40,000 and over||£250||£50||£20|
- BiCon uses a sliding scale and has an Equalities Fund to make coming to BiCon as accessible as possible.
- Weekend registration for BiCon 2014 includes BiReCon on 31 July.
- Residential rates include en suite accommodation for three nights.
- More about accommodation.
- Extra nights are available direct from the venue.
- Bookings must be fully paid by 31 May (we can get some wiggle room if you need it, but our contract with the venue must be filled before we can do this, email us.)
- No refunds of instalments will happen after 31 May – this is because we will be booking the rooms shortly after this date
Upgrading booking type
We can upgrade day tickets to non-residential passes throughout BiCon for the difference in cost between them if that is cheaper than two or more day passes.
We have been asked why the booking deadline is 31 May this year – so we wrote a little blurb below
1. The venue needs final residential number and the room allocations a month in advance.
2. We need time after the deadline to chase up payments and flat shares etc. This will take at least 1 month.
3 . We are different from last year because all venues are different. It's about paying for the rooms. If we book them we have to pay for them whether someone is paying us or not – so we need costs in before we pay for them. It is different to last year, because last year had already agreed to pay for those rooms so had to keep going later just to recoup the cost.
However, if you want to organise your own accommodation you can get your BiCon ticket any time.