‘I Need a Sugar Daddy’: Fans Are Complaining About BravoCon’s Ticket Prices

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All the details about Bravocon 2019 were released this week, and fans aren’t particularly thrilled about the price point per ticket to get in.

PEOPLE reported on the what, when, where, why and who of it all on Thursday, August 8. This will be Bravo’s first ever convention that appears to be similar to what DragCon and ComicCon have done in the past.

It will take place at three separate venues between Friday, November 15 through Sunday, November 17. They are The Manhattan Center (311 W. 34th St.), Skylight Modern (537 W. 27th St.) and Union West (535 W. 28th St.). 

Bravo has not released a list of talent just yet but they do promise that over 70 Bravolebrities will be there from all of their popular shows like Top Chef, Southern Charm and The Real Housewives franchises.

Some juicier details have been revealed, like Real Housewives of New York City star Luann De Lesseps performing her hit cabaret show Countess and Friends and Andy Cohen filming his popular late-night talk show host Watch What Happens Live. There will even be a Real Housewives museum that fans can walk through while there.

The ticket prices are what fans are having a problem with. They come in three different tiers, with the cheapest one being $300.

Per Dave Quinn at PEOPLE

That pass (listed above) gives you access to all venues for all three days of BravoCon; access to BravoCon programming, shows and experiences; access to a variety of Bravo-themed and Bravoleb photo ops; and an option to purchase tickets to evening shows and premium dining experiences (pending availability).

For $574.50 + fees, VIP “Bravoholic” guests will get access to all venues for all three days of BravoCon; preferred seating at BravoCon programming, shows and experiences; VIP access to a variety of Bravo-themed and Bravoleb photo ops; VIP fast lane bar access; VIP fast lane venue entrances; an option to purchase tickets to evening shows and premium dining experiences (pending availability); priority entry to evening shows with purchased ticket (pending availability); and a VIP BravoCon gift bag.

Then, there’s the “Future Bravoleb” SVIPs pass for $1,499.50 + fees. That’ll get you access to all venues for all three days of BravoCon; premium seating at BravoCon programming, shows and experiences; priority access to a variety of photo ops; complimentary entry to evening shows; one complimentary premium dining experience ticket; VIP fast lane bar access; VIP fast lane venue entrances; exclusive premium SVIP hospitality lounge with complimentary food and drink and SVIP Concierge; premium SVIP BravoCon gift bag; and meet and greets with Bravolebs.

Holy moly. Fans are outraged about the pricing and let their feelings be known all over social media.

Do you think the prices are too much? Let us know in the comments.

 

 

 

 

 

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