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New York Comic Con Already Sold Out of 4-Day, 3-Day Passes

New York Comic Con tickets went on sale yesterday, and only one after after their release, 3-day and 4-day passes sold out, leaving fans to only buy single-day passes for the convention.

Additionally, Saturday and Sunday single-day passes sold out for the Con.

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New York Comic Con has been posting updates on their official Twitter:

New York Comic Con 2016 4-Day Tickets are sold out. Stay tuned for more updates. Thank you! #NYCC pic.twitter.com/GYKVVXCmnV

- New York Comic Con (@NY_Comic_Con) June 29, 2016

New York Comic Con 2016 3-Day Tickets are sold out. Stay tuned for more updates. Thank you! #NYCC pic.twitter.com/INajlfwAj7

- New York Comic Con (@NY_Comic_Con) June 29, 2016

New York Comic Con 2016 Saturday Tickets are sold out. Stay tuned for more updates. Thank you! #NYCC pic.twitter.com/Ae00ouClCI

- New York Comic Con (@NY_Comic_Con) June 29, 2016

New York Comic Con 2016 Sunday Kids Tickets are sold out. Stay tuned for more updates. Thank you! #NYCC pic.twitter.com/C2wcYeEVBD

- New York Comic Con (@NY_Comic_Con) June 29, 2016

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This year's New York Comic Con registration frustrated some fans who weren't pleased with the "fan verification" system that required ticket-buyers to prove their identity months before the release of tickets. The system, used to make it "tough for the supervillains [a.k.a. scalpers] out there" to buy tickets -- is now closed. Thus, if you haven't done fqn verification, you'll no longer be able to buy tickets.

Head over to the New York Comic Con website to purchase remaining tickets, if you've verified your status as a fan.

New York Comic Con is set for October 6-9 at the Javits Convention Center on 35th Street and 11th Avenue.

(via Patch)

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