- 1. Tickets
- 1. Are there any purchase fees?26.01.16More
Tickets will be subject to a purchase fee of around 5%, plus £1 This is a fee charged to us by our payment processing provider (Stripe) and ticketing company and is sadly unavoidable.
- 2. Is buying tickets on-line safe?26.01.16More
All purchases are handled by STRIPE- a industry leading payment processing provider, and all transactions are managed by them. We do not see or store any credit/debit card information.
- 3. What are the Norfolk/Suffolk tickets?26.01.16More
TEDxNorwichED has generated interest from across the UK.
As part of our licence agreement, we have agreed to ensure that a proportion of attendees are from the immediate area of the event. These tickets are reserved for this purpose, and will be verified using postcodes.
Of course, when these tickets are sold out, attendees from Norfolk/Suffolk are encouraged to use the general sale tickets.
- 4. Will I receive a paper ticket?26.01.16More
No, all tickets will be sent electronically on our behalf by our ticketing partner, Universe.
You will need to print the ticket (or bring it along on your smartphone) to the event in order to gain entry.
- 5. Are tickets refundable?26.01.16More
Sadly, we are unable to refund any tickets.
- 6. When will tickets be available?08.01.16More
Tickets for TEDxNorwichED will be available in two batches at the start of February. Be sure to register for updates using the form below to be the first to know about when tickets will go live.
- 7. Why are you charging for tickets?08.01.16More
We made a difficult decision to charge for tickets. Whilst we would love the event to be free to all, charging for tickets is necessary in order to help cover a proportion of the significant costs associated with putting on such a high profile and complex event.
The ticket price does represent excellent value for money- for £30 you get 25 amazing speakers- many of whom would attract a fee of £200 or more if you were to go and see them at a conference. For many of our speakers, this is one of the first times they have spoken in East Anglia.
You also get a great networking opportunity, and the chance to be part of the conversation about how we can think differently about education.
- 8. How can I pay for tickets?08.01.16More
Tickets will be available to purchase on-line using a debit or credit card, and all payments are managed by our payment provider- STRIPE.
- 9. How much will tickets cost?08.01.16More
Tickets will cost just £20.
Whilst we would love for tickets to be free to everyone, charing this small amount for tickets is necessary in order to cover some of the costs associated with putting on such a high-profile event.
Attendees will get a proportion of their ticket cost back to spend in our TEDxNorwichED bookshop at the event.
- 10. Who can buy for tickets?08.01.16More
Anyone! Tickets are sales will be publicly open, and we'd love to encourage anyone who has an interest in education and improving the life chances of children to attend.
A proportion of tickets will be reserved for people living in Norfolk and Suffolk.
- 11. I want to book a hotel, can you help?08.01.16More
At the moment, Premier Inns seem to be offering good rates for our weekend.
Premier Inn Norwich East (Broadland) and Norwich North (Airport) are both within 8 minutes drive of the venue.
In the city of Norwich, Premier Inn Norwich East (Duke Street) is within 10 minutes drive to the venue, and 10 minutes was from the train station. Premier Inn Norwich Central (Riverside) is across the road for the train station so may mae a good option if you are arriving by train.
There are a range of other options, including B+B's etc that are local to the venue- which is on Roundtree Way, Norwich. NR7 8SQ.