I have attended SXSW three times. You will have fun, meet people and learn stuff. Austin is a great town. Unfortunately, after planning and booking to attend this since last year, I need to skip this year.So here is the deal. The current SXSW Interactive All Inclusive badge price is $750. It is easy to transfer my ticket through the SXSW website so that you are officially and properly registered. They do charge a $100 transfer fee. I will pay the transfer fee. I just want $600 from you. That is a $150 savings for you. SXSW also allows us to transfer my hotel room to you if you want it. My hotel is a solid hotel on the SXSW official shuttle route for a great price. (SXSW housing rates are no longer available for any of the hotels). I am also on the Priority Waiting List for a similar hotel room at the same price walking distance to the convention center, which would also transfer. The hotel room is booked for March 11 to March 15 at $109/night – two double beds. We can arrange the payment from you to me easily to my Paypal account.
Some of my photos from SXSW Interactive 2010:
Meet the Twitter elite: @MayhemStudios Calvin Lee and @AdventureGirl Stefanie Michaels
(The wonderful @JamieCrager is coming to SXSWi this year for the first time, expressly looking forward to finally meeting in person as many as possible of the 60,000+ followers he has who have said they will be there.)
Non-stop activity everywhere, all the time, as brands make an effort to be seen – Whrrl break dancing
High profile speakers. I was particularly excited about meeting Joichi Ito in person. @Joi is a huge player in both Japan and internationally
UPDATE: My SXSWi pass is now sold to @ASHR Ashley Raiteri. More on this whole process soon. Twitter was a wonderful platform to make this happen. Thank you so much to everyone who passed on my ticket sale on Twitter!