Quoted from Chippewa-Pin:
Would love to see more pinball vendors there... new and used stuff.
How would one go about selling machines, and is renting a booth required to do so? I ask because the only places inside the venue that I saw them for sale were at booths. Unless I just didn't notice for sale signs on the machines??
Quoted from kayluh:
This will be my first time at Pinburgh and I'm really looking forward to it. This thread is really helpful in knowing what to expect and how many things will be going on. Flying out two weeks from today. Hope to make some new friends and am stoked to see some old ones!
Expect nothing but pure awesomeness!!!
So it looks like I will only be able to make Thursday this year as opposed to Saturday last year. What can I expect while there, Will there be less games, booths, etc setup since it will be opening day? Or will it be just as if I were there on Fri-Sat-Sun?
Question, For those of us who bought tickets online in advance will we still have to wait in line to get bracelets to get in like last year?? Or will there be a separate line for advanced ticket holders? I bought mine and printed it out
Quoted from Hop-Pac:
First I've heard of this one. Sorry didn't read the whole thread yet. Just a quick couple of questions. I see ticket purchase on the web site, are they available at the door? Is there free parking anywhere?
Yes, tickets are available at the door. As far as parking I'm not sure. I personally prefer to park right inside the center, I don't recall it costing to much.
So how can I spot a fellow pinsider?? I haven't seen anyone with the lanyard tags. My only complaint so far is that the majority of the pins have the volume turned down. How am I supposed to hear the call outs and decide if a game I play should be on my want list? So frustrating.
So I'm surprised that no one here mentioned the horrific collapse of the Titanic inflatable that almost took four young lives. Lmao I saw it last night on an Internet News site. If only they had followed the clearly posted and verbally given rules.
Quoted from DefaultGen:
I came this year after seeing how good last year looked. It's probably the best arcade I've been to, especially for pinball since it's all in such nice condition and there are a bunch of rarities, but also nice having some weird Japanese games, rhythm games, and classic arcades.
Also for anyone thinking about weekend only, the show was pretty quiet besides the Pinburgh crowd during the week. Especially at night. This place should be packed but it was like a private arcade.
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Wow!! What time was that? I wish I could have stayed overnight I would never have slept.
Sorry if someone already asked, but I am dying to know. Was total attendance over all four days up or down from last year???
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