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Video Game Expo 2009 Tickets Available

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Posted March 23, 2009 - By Dana Leahy

Video Game Expo 2009 Tickets AvailableWith GDC in San Francisco and E3 in Los Angeles, East Coast dwellers probably feel a little left out of the video game conference party. Do not fear! The promoters of the Video Game Expo 2009 are asking you to politely save the date for their little soiree in Philadelphia.

Taking place October 9-11, the VGXPO will be held in downtown Philly and feature a packed schedule of video game-centric fun like The Great American Video Game Tournament, Anime and Games Fest, Retro Con and The East Coast Games Summit -- not to mention that at last year's show, there were over 55 exhibitors and 24,000 gamers in attendance. Sounds like a good time to me!

Tickets are on sale now to the public, so if this sounds like a good time to you too, then visit the VGXPO website to get more information and buy your tickets. Buying your tickets online will score you a big discount vs. buying them at the door. Plus, if you purchase before March 31 and enter the promo code MARCHMADNESS, you can save up to 40 percent.

Go on and have fun with your little video game friends, but don't forget to take the trash out when you get home.

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