The show floor entrance at New York Comic Con in 2021 | Source: Bryan Bedder (Getty Images for ReedPop)

Get ready for all of your geekiest dreams to come true!

That’s right, New York Comic Con (NYCC) is coming back (in person!) this October 6-9. As always, the convention will be held at the Javits Center in New York City, where fans can explore floors of geeky wonder. 

Ticket dates were finally announced on the NYCC website, with multiple options for fans to choose from. There are three drops. The first is the NYCC Superfan Presale, starting on Monday, May 2, at 10 a.m. ET. For this ticket, fans must have a SuperFan Membership. The second is NYCC Fan Verification Presale, beginning on Sunday, May 8, at 10 a.m. ET. This presale is for fans that already have Fan Verification accounts. The last choice is NYCC Onsale, which begins on Sunday, May 22, at 10 a.m. ET. These tickets are for the general public, however a Fan Verification account is required to buy tickets. 

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Once you’ve selected which drop you’re buying, there are several different choices for the type of ticket you’d like to purchase. Multi-day tickets range from $210 to $500 and include passes for all four days of the convention. Fans can also purchase single day tickets, priced at $65 per day, or purchase a Sunday Kids pass for $25. Lastly, there’s a digital ticket for $20 that grants access to live video panels and NYCC-exclusive merch. Tickets will be mailed out after purchase. 

Only 181 days till New York Comic Con! But who’s counting.