http://bardoelias.com.br/?karavan=quando-e-com-quem-devo-namorar&bc0=6d Do you think it’s too late to go to EDC Vegas? You STILL can!
http://arungjeramcitarik.com/?amp;-Caps-sujii-Short-Brim-Tulip-Men-284193/ It’s not too late! There are tickets and rooms available off the strip. You can STILL GO!
If you are willing to pay a premium for passes or wristbands (for VIP), and you have a way to get to Vegas and a place to stay, you can still get there.
epilepsy dating online There are still flights, although you may have to take multiple flights and routes.
There are still rooms, although you may have to stay off the Strip, which is really OK, since it’s usually easier to get in and out of a hotel/motel anyway…
There are still GA and VIP passes available on eBay, stubhub.com, and vividseats.com
click Personally, I like eBay, the prices usually aren’t unrealistic, and they have a money back guarantee, so just in case you get screwed and don’t get what you paid for, you can at least get your money back.
read Safety tip: When buying anything via the Internet, don’t send cash. Do not send Money Orders either, there’s no way to recover your funds if you get burned.
dona maria deixa eu namorar você There are a few jerks out there who just want to take your money, so in order to assure yourself that what you are buying is the Real Deal, ask the seller to provide pictures of the GA pass or the VIP Wristband, and a copy of their photo ID, and or Credit Card (minus the first 12 digits. (out of 16)). And/Or, have them send you the purchasing email they got from flavorus.com (where people actually BUY the passes from.) so you have a Bar Code that goes along with your Pass.
If they can’t provide at least some parts of that combo, don’t trust them.
At least make contact with the seller, ask them a few questions, kind of feel them out. You can’t always tell if someone is telling you a lie, however you will get a gut feeling about the situation.
Being safe like this has saved me a lot of headache, and wallet ache. I’ve been able to attend 2 EDC events already following these safety guidelines when buying or exchanging GA passes for a VIP Wristband.
Some helpful hints to get you started on your (late) quest to go to EDC Vegas.
Look for hotels using hotels.com, hotwire.com, trivago.com ←- I like Trivago a lot because it gives you a very broad range of options, both on and off the strip (or anywhere you stay).
There should be rooms somewhere. If you want to go bad enough, you’ll find them.
There are even condos and houses and rental properties people are renting out, especially right in the middle of Summer, which is usually an average time for Vegas, so they’ll want to rent out the space they usually have open. Keep looking, you’ll find something suitable.
Rental Car agencies might sell out pretty quickly during this weekend. However, there are several areas of the City of Las Vegas that have satellite branches of major car rental brands, try to find those out in Summerlin, or North Las Vegas, or Henderson. OR, if you’re really in a pinch, try flying into LA and getting the rental car there, and just driving up to Las Vegas. (Make sure your rental agreement allows for state to state travel, you don’t want to get in trouble or go over your mileage limit ((if any).
If you’re driving from LA, or other parts beyond, try to carpool with others who are going.
There are a myriad of facebook pages that have people traveling to EDC Vegas that probably wouldn’t mind having another person pitch in for gas.
Try looking at specific web sites that will have what you’re looking for.
Personally I wouldn’t try craigslist at all. I’ve heard horror stories and I just can’t seem to trust many people on the site. Sadly, it was a great resource years ago when it started. Use at your own risk.
Things you’ll need:
Car? (not everyone needs a car)
Clothes/luggage – It’s Summer, it’s Vegas, so pack Summer clothes and a bathing suit. Shorts with multiple pockets is a great idea. Don’t forget your EDC Outfit!)
Toiletries. (Bathroom stuff and also medications if you need them.)
Phone, CamelBak, and comfy shoes. Don’t forget your Wall Charger for your phone!
I can’t stress Comfy Shoes enough, vastly important, You’ll be on your feet all night!
That’s pretty much it.
So get going!
Have fun and I’ll see you there!
I will be updating this as a “running blog” from Vegas and EDC. Keep an eye out for updates and new info as we get closer to the event of a lifetime!
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