Blizzcon 09 Merchandise Goes on Sale August 5th 10am.

I am not sure if anyone remembers Blizzcon last year and the mess that was the store line. It would stretch for hundreds of feet and take hours to get to the front to pay for what you want. Blizzard has learned there lessons from last year. The problem last year both have been resolved so far, First with the better online ordering process for the tickets and Second with the Blizzcon store death  line.

Starting August 5th at 10am, for 48 hours you will be able to buy all the same merchandise at the Blizzcon store online at They will ship it to you, and you should have it in time for Blizzcon. Now you can spend more time enjoying things! Here is the official release after the jump.

“Heading to BlizzCon 2009? Planning to purchase some souvenirs at the show? For the first time ever, you’ll be able to shop for items from the BlizzCon 2009 store BEFORE the event during our limited-time-only, online BlizzCon 48-Hour Sale!

For a limited time beginning August 5 at 10:01 a.m. Pacific time, BlizzCon 2009 ticket buyers* will have the opportunity to purchase select BlizzCon 2009 store merchandise online. Items purchased through this sale will be shipped directly to your home, allowing you to avoid store lines at the show and giving you more time to take in the panels, tournaments, and other events at BlizzCon 2009.

–       Between 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time on August 5 and 10:00 a.m. on August 7, log in to the online Blizzard Store ( using the account you used to purchase your BlizzCon 2009 tickets.
–       Click the special “BlizzCon Sale” button in the lower-right corner of your screen.
–       Browse new BlizzCon 2009 items created especially for attendees, add them to your cart, and then proceed to check out.
–       Items will be shipped directly to your home.
–       Enjoy the show!

It’s that simple! Enjoy, and we look forward to seeing you at BlizzCon 2009!

*Please note: Only the ORIGINAL TICKET PURCHASER will have access to BlizzCon 2009 merchandise during this online sale, and the account used to purchase the tickets is required. If you received BlizzCon 2009 tickets through another attendee, you will need to coordinate with the original ticket purchaser to participate in this sale.”

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