Advanced Maker Faire tickets now on sale!
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Many of you may still be huddled around the cast iron stove down at the local feed store, spinning snowed-in tall tales with the other old codgers, but it’s getting to that time of the season where thoughts drift ahead to springtime and the glorious sights, sounds, and smells of the spring fair.

Okay, so it may be more likely that you’re huddled around a space heater, twittering on your tricked-out G1 whines about how freakin’ cold it is and how you have a flu you can’t shake, but you’re probably starting to dream about springtime too, and *your* favorite fair: Maker Faire!

To help sustain you for a few more weeks of harsh winter, get you thinking about the Faire, and maybe some cool projects you’d like to demo there (oh, and to save you a few bucks), we’ve put advanced, discounted tickets on sale. Order your tickets before May 20th and get 20-50% off the regular ticket price (see link below for details). Also, we have an offer to get a free Adult Day Pass (a $25 value) to the Faire for each subscription to MAKE and CRAFT you purchase.

Maker Faire Tickets

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4 thoughts on “Advanced Maker Faire tickets now on sale!

  1. Any chance of the Maker Faire coming to Chicago or somewhere else in the Midwest?

    I’d love to attend, but taking an airliner to California really drives up the costs — both dollars and vacation days… Also, I’d be reluctant to take my chances with riding an airliner with a suitcase full of homebuilt electronics — there’s a lot of potential for a “misunderstanding” with the DHS there…

  2. @Luke – one day we hope to have one in every city… as far as electronics go, check them in – i’ve flown around the world and back again with suitcases full of stuff, never a problem – the TSA is actually pretty savy despite the reputation they seem to have gained.

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Gareth Branwyn is a freelance writer and the former Editorial Director of Maker Media. He is the author or editor of over a dozen books on technology, DIY, and geek culture. He is currently a contributor to Boing Boing, Wink Books, and Wink Fun. And he has a new best-of writing collection and “lazy man’s memoir,” called Borg Like Me.

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