BiCon runs from Thursday 1st August in the afternoon to Sunday 4th August in the afternoon. There are three types of tickets: residential weekend, non-residential weekend and day pass.
- Residential weekend: Includes accommodation for Thursday night, Friday night & Saturday night; entry to all sessions during the day; entry to entertainment during the evening
- Non-residential Weekend: Includes entry to all sessions during the day; entry to entertainment during the evening
- Day pass: Includes entry to all sessions & evening entertainment for that day only
BiCon is priced on a sliding scale. This year we’ve decided to organise ticket costs by your disposable income. Disposable here means the money you have to spend on nice things – like tickets to events, cinema trips, wine, bath bombs etc. It doesn’t mean your bills. No proof of income or outgoings are required – we trust you. You can also pay in instalments.
Our break even point is the £160 ticket. If you need to pay less, please use the £140 option. If you can, please consider paying more to subsidise those who cannot. If paying less is still too difficult for you, we do have an access fund that you can read more about here.
We also accept donations to the equality fund, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ticket Prices – Weekend Residential
|Zero Disposable Income||£140|
|Up to £100 Disposable Income/per month||£160|
|Up to £200 Disposable Income/per month||£180|
|Up to £300 Disposable Income/per month||£200|
|Over £300 Disposable Income/per month||£240|
Ticket Prices – Weekend Non-Residential
|Zero Disposable Income||£40|
|Up to £100 Disposable Income/per month||£45|
|Up to £200 Disposable Income/per month||£50|
|Up to £300 Disposable Income/per month||£55|
|Over £300 Disposable Income/per month||£60|
Ticket Prices – Day Tickets
|Zero Disposable Income||£15|
|Up to £100 Disposable Income/per month||£18|
|Up to £200 Disposable Income/per month||£21|
|Up to £300 Disposable Income/per month||£24|
|Over £300 Disposable Income/per month||£30|