The Latest Ticket Information

The $225 tickets are SOLD OUT as of 3/18/05 for online sales. There are a limited number available for MAIL ORDER PURCHASE – please visit the ticket information page to find out how to buy tickets through the mail. All online tickets now cost $250. Once the $225 tickets are sold out the going rate will be $250.

If you have not yet received a Burning Man confirmation number for your purchase, visit: http://tickets.burningman.com/confirm. Use the new ‘Search for your order online’ feature by entering the email address used in the purchase to view your confirmed order online. It will display your name and how many tickets you purchased. No address appears here for your security.

PayPal orders: We have received several support requests regarding issues with PayPal’s server during the order processing. We have updated our system with all orders paid for via the PayPal site. If you received a PayPal confirmation number but did not receive a Burning Man order confirmation, or you are uncertain of your order status, see the above paragraph for instructions to confirm your order at http://tickets.burningman.com/confirm. If you received multiple PayPal confirmations in error, or if any further follow-up is needed, visit http://tickets.burningman.com/contact.

If you have another question about your online order, go to http://tickets.burningman.com/contact and use the pull down menu to submit your question. These requests are answered in the order they are received so please do not submit multiple support requests. There is a great crew standing by to personally research and respond to your email inquiry.

If for any reason you need to change the delivery address of your order, visit http://tickets.burningman.com/shipto

To add shipping to your Will Call order, visit http://tickets.burningman.com/shipit

Any further ticket information will be provided here. Thank you, and we appreciate your patience.

– The Ticket Team [para_end]

About the author: Will Chase

Will Chase first attended Burning Man 2001. He volunteered as the Operations Manager for the ARTery (Black Rock City’s art headquarters) and was on the Burning Man Art Council from 2003-2008. He was Web Team Project Manager and Webmaster from 2004-2009, then transitioned to the Communications Department in 2009 to become Minister of Propaganda, working on global communications strategy. He's the editor-in-chief for the Jackrabbit Speaks newsletter and the Voices of Burning Man blog, and content manager for Burning Man’s websites. He also manages the ePlaya BBS and Burning Man’s social networking efforts.

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