Act swiftly and get the “Early Bird” discount
NOTE: We have found all our Early Birds, so it is not possible to apply for the discount anymore, BUT it is of course still possible to go anyway (and hook up with all the other international guests, make new crazy danish friends and just play a lot of high quality roleplay)
The last couple of years Fastaval has gained more and more attention from outside of Denmark, and the small flow of new visitors from from Scandinavia, Europe and the U.S. is on the rise. This is a trend that we greatly appreciate. Not only because we are eager to share our – guaranteed – unique convention with the rest of the world, but because these visits it benefit “the spirit of Fastaval” greatly. New acquaintances are made, ideas spawned and experiences shared across borders. It’s pure win-win.
But we also know that travel expenses can be a bit off-putting for some, which is why we have decided put together a special “Early Bird” offer for the quick ones. Therefore the first 10 non-danish registrations we receive will get a discount of…
NO LESS THAN 500 DKK (aproxx. 67 € / 90 $)
To qualify for the offer you must:
- Be born and raised outside of Denmark
- Not currently live in Denmark
- Have never been to Fastaval before
- Be among the first ten people fulfilling the above conditions and sending in a registration to the convention.
The registration opens February 21, 2011 at 20:00 (8 p.m. – danish time/GMT +1) at www.fastaval.dk. So get ready!
Shortly after you’ve signed up, our international host will contact you to confirm that you were indeed among the first ten qualifying for the discount. The 500 DKK discount will then be payed back to you, cash in hand, when you show up at the convention. When we’ve reached the first ten qualifiers, we will notify it here on this page. You are of course still more than welcome to join the fun at the convention.
If you have any questions regarding this offer (or anything else actually), feel free to contact our international host Frederik J. Jensen at email@example.com
To read a bit more about Fastaval, here’s a link to “The Great Fastaval FAQ“