When is the convention?
New Jersey Comic Expo is being held on Saturday, November 19 & Sunday November 20th, 2016. Show hours are: Saturday 10:00 am - 7:00 pm (9:30am for Advanced Ticket Holders!
) | Sunday 10:30 am - 5:00 pm (10:00am for Advanced Ticket Holders!
How much are tickets?
Prices for the show will be $30 for a Saturday only ticket; $20 for a Sunday only ticket and $45 for a weekend ticket. Children age 10 and under are admitted for free with an adult admission (limit of 2 per adult please). Senior citizen (65 & older), military, police & fire fighter discounts are available (use code MilitaryLawEnforcement or SeniorCitizen). Tickets are available at the door but will be priced higher.
I bought my ticket online or at a comic book shop, what time can I arrive to pick up my ticket?
Advance ticket sales will open at 8:00 am on Saturday, November 19 and 8:30 am on Sunday, November 20. Walk up tickets WILL NOT be available for sale until 10:00 am.
Can I buy tickets on-site?
Yes, you can buy tickets at your local comic book shop, on our website or at the door. Day-of ticket sales at the door will open at 10:00 am both days. Ticket pick-up & on-site sales are in the Lobby!
I am a Professional interested in attending the show. What do I need to do?
New Jersey Comic Expo is pleased to offer credentialed, published industry professionals, and those in the related industries of film, television, animation, guilds, gaming, etc. complimentary admission to the Expo.
We welcome Professionals who register after the deadline, but please note we will charge a $20 fee. Once you've registered online, please remember to bring samples of your work and/or a business card to the show. We do not offer a guest option - badges are for professionals only. Please click here
for more information on how to apply.
Where do I pick up my badge? What about pre-registration?
There will be a clearly-marked booth in the Lobby of the Convention Center for walk-ins. Pre-registrants will take their barcode scan copies or use their smart phones at the Advance Ticket Registration Area. It's that easy!
Do I have to wear the badge at all times?
We please ask that you do wear the badge inside the hall at all times. This is a requirement.
I want to dress my dog up as my sidekick and bring him. Can I?
as adorable as that may be, no pets allowed, except for registered service animals.
Can I take pictures?
Generally, you can take photographs at New Jersey Comic Expo of the conventioneers and exhibits. However, please respect the privacy and ask before taking a picture of a celebrity, as some of them charge for their photo and autograph.
Where can I park and how do I get there?
There are parking lots located at the New Jersey Convention and Exposition Center and all around the area that are privately owned.
Where are the ATM machines?
Cash machines are located in the main lobby.
Where is Lost & Found located?
Lost & Found is located in the main lobby at the Registration Booth.
Do I have to pay extra to get autographs?
Some guests charge for their autographs, and some don't. Please ask first.
What is the policy on cell phone usage?
We ask that you please be courteous and take any phone calls you may have outside. There should be no cell phone usage while you are at panels, events or in programming rooms.
Is there a dress code or restrictions?
Feel free to come dressed as you like, however it is important to remember that costumes should keep in mind the safety of others. If you are planning on taking a prop, please remember that you will need to have it cleared and approved by security before entering the hall. For specific restrictions please look above in our Weapons/Props section under New Jersey Comic Expo Policies.
Is there wi-fi?
New Jersey Convention and Exposition Center does offer wi-fi service on the promenade level for a small fee. Launch your browser and you'll reach their homepage.
Who are the people who put on the New Jersey Comic Expo?
The NJCE team is comprised of people who celebrate what they love. They put in countless hours to create the best experience they can for fans, guests and exhibitors alike.