Everything you need to know about access at WCC!
Wales Comic Con offer an option for qualifying attendees to apply for an access pass.
If you meet the criteria for our access pass then please fill out or online application form and somebody will be in touch!
TO QUALIFY FOR A COMPLIMENTARY CARERS PASS:
Please also carefully read our FAQ before applying and make sure you fill out your application thoroughly to avoid any delays with the processing of your application.
If you do not have the evidence requested above unfortunately your application will be declined.
APPLICATIONS OPEN JANUARY
An access pass is issued to help attendees who may need extra help throughout the weekend.
Anybody can apply for an access pass if they meet the relevant criteria.
An access pass grants the attendee priority entry to their relevant ticket level, it does not entitle you to queue jump and is only valid for entry in to the venue at the start of the event. Unfortunately we are unable to allow access pass holder priority queuing in the autograph halls. We recommend asking someone to wait in line for you. When your spot reaches the front of the line, you may re-join for your signing. Guests get very busy throughout the day and we have to be fair on all of our attendees - only VIP pass holders are permitted to bypass the queues.
We have a separate designated queue area for photo-ops with seating while you wait.
The access pass photo-op queue is allowed through once all VIP pass queues have gone through for their photo-ops.
We have a limited number of allocated seats in our Q&A halls for attendees with additional needs, please be there ten minutes before so a member of the crew can get you seated.
Yes, guide dogs, hearing dogs and registered assistance dogs are all welcome into the event.
Therapy dogs are also welcome to the event but must be clearly identifiable as therapy dogs, i.e - they must wear a harness, bandana or coat to identify them as a therapy dog.
For all assistance and therapy dogs at the event we must request all owners bring a water and bowl and must ensure they take regular comfort breaks.
We reserve the right to ask the visitor to leave should we feel that the animal is in distress and we have a local vet that we can recommend should the animal be taken ill.
Yes you can bring somebody with you on the day but they will have to pay for entry unless they meet the criteria for a carers pass. The carers pass is granted for medical assistance/support ONLY and does NOT entitle the pass holder to take part in photo-ops or autograph sessions. If a carer would like to take part in event activities themselves they will be required to purchase an entry ticket,
You will still have the opportunity to purchase a ticket on the day!