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E for All Expo tickets priced

50-110 dollars.

Fancy going to the E for All Expo in Los Angeles later this year? Okay, then we feel the need to stress, again, that it's not what you think. Unless you think it's a consumer games show that Nintendo is headlining. You may pass and discover the cost of tickets.

Taking place between 18th and 21st October at the LA Convention Centre (our favourite), the Expo will charge US$ 50 for a single-day pass for Thursday and Friday, GameSpot reports, while admission on Saturday or Sunday will cost US$ 75. Or you could always pay US$ 110 for a pass for all four days. "Salads" with a pound of mayonnaise on top sold separately.

Those interested in going shouldn't expect a facsimile of E3 though. "When you look at a trade-only event like E3, you might have a booth that was constructed for US$ 10 million because it was primarily focused on investors, retailers, and media," IDG World Expo executive vice president Mary Dolaher told GameSpot. There won't be E3-style platform holder press conferences to chew over either.

There will be lots of games though, and there may even be us, so if you're interested, sign up to be notified when tickets go on sale over at the E for All Expo website.

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