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This year the Portland Retro Gaming Expo will be located in hall A/A1 at the north end of the Oregon Convention Center. This is the end nearest to the MAX light rail stop. This is a change from the last two years when we were located in Hall C.

Areas occupied by PRGE 2014 are highlighted in green in the diagram below.

Oregon Convention Center floor diagram

If you are purchasing tickets at the event, you will first need to stop at the Oregon Covention Center box office located right on M.L. King Blvd on the east side of the Convention Center. If you purachased your tickets online before the event, you can proceed directly to the Will Call counter located next to the show hall entrance at the north end of the Convention Center to pick up your badge.

Have a great time at the Portland Retro Gaming Expo!

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Angry Video Game Nerd Movie Tickets Now On Sale

The Angry Video Game Nerd Movie

The Portland Retro Gaming Expo is proud to bring the Angry Video Game Nerd Movie to big screen in Portland, Oregon!

There will be two show times (7:00 PM and 9:30 PM) at Portland's Hollywood Theater on Friday, October 17, 2014. Both show times will feature an introduction and brief Q&A session with AVGN movie co-director and producer, Kevin Finn. Finn will later speak at the Portland Retro Gaming Expo on Saturday, October 18.

Kevin Finn

Hollywood Theater
4122 NE Sandy Boulevard
Portland, OR 97212
Theater line: (503) 493-1128

Purchase movie tickets now

Tickets to the AVGN movie are now available on the Hollywood Theater web site. Get them before they're gone!

Kevin Finn is an award-winning Director/Writer/Producer best known for his comedic directorial work "Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie" and as a producer on A&E's hit "Duck Dynasty". He played both the ninja character in AVGN's Ninja Gaiden video and the Game Glitch Gremlin in AVGN's Game Glitch video.

The Angry Video Game Nerd Movie is an upcoming independent film based on the AVGN web series. James Rolfe is serving as director, producer and co-writer and reprises his on-screen role of The Nerd. The budget of the film came entirely from fan donations. The story centers around the alleged burial of over 1 million copies of the proclaimed "worst video game of all time", E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial for the Atari 2600, as The Nerd embarks on a quest to prove that there is nothing buried there after being pressured by fans to review the video game, while being pursued by federal authorities who believe he is investigating Area 51 and the crash of an unidentified flying object.

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PRGE Live Concert Saturday Night!

PRGE will host a live concert in Auditorium B immediately following the live auction on Saturday, October 18, 2014 from 8:00 PM to 11:30 PM. The PRGE arcade and a restaurant inside the main show hall will also be open during this time.

Performer Lineup - 10/18 in Auditorium B:

PRGE Auction on October 18 in Auditorium A

Last year over 400 people joined us for what has become one of the most popular traditions at the Portland Retro Gaming Expo: The live collectibles auction. Join us again this year for a chance to take home a huge variety of classic video game rareties.

The 6th annual PRGE auction will occur on the evening of Saturday, October 18 at 6:30 PM in Auditorium A. Most of the auction items will be on display in the show hall prior to the auction. You can see a partial list of items in the 2014 auction on the auction page. The final list of items is subject to change.

Learn more on the PRGE Auction page

PRGE To Host 2014 Tetris World Championships

5th Annual Tetris World Championships - 2014

PRGE is pleased to announce that, for the third year in a row, we will host the annual Tetris World Championships! Supporting assistance provided by The Tetris Company, JJGames.com, Hyperkin, GameGavel.com and more.

This is the fifth year for the tournament and it will take place in the arcade area in our main show hall on both days of the Expo. It's open to the public and a $10 entry fee (in addition to your paid Expo admission) allows you to make as many qualifying attempts as you are willing to wait in line for. Come try your hand against nearly the entire cast of the award-winning video game documentary Ecstasy of Order: The Tetris Masters, including Twin Galaxies record holders Harry Hong, Jonas Neubauer, and Alex Kerr.

There are a lot of new options this year so be sure to check out the details and official rules at TetrisChampionship.com for the latest information.

Learn more at TetrisChampionship.com

It's raining homebrews games at PRGE

The homebrew game design scene is alive and well in Portland this year. There are more homebrew games than even being presented this year including several exclusive releases only available at PRGE!

Homebrew is a term frequently applied to video games or other software produced by consumers to target proprietary hardware platforms (usually with hardware restrictions) not typically user-programmable or that use proprietary storage methods. Homebrew games for older systems are typically developed using emulators for convenience, since testing them requires no extra hardware on the part of the programmer.


Homebrew Games Available at PRGE this year:

Game Panic

Platform: Atari 2600
Publisher: John Hancock
Quantity Available: 43 plus one special edition in the auction
Price: $40
Available at: Classics and Oddities booth

Description: John's game room has been overrun by spiders and water leaks! To further complicate matters his garage door has gone on the fritz and will only open periodically. Help him dash to the right-most exit with a handful of games while avoiding falling water and creepy critters! Dash to the other side of the screen for points! How long can you last?

The collectors edition of Game Panic will include a manual, warranty card, a bonus lightscribed DVD of one of my Atari collector videos, and a plastic spider. Game comes cased in a special DVD case that is about the same size of an atari box.

In the auction will be a unique ROM variation of the game that works with 3D glasses. The game packaging will be different, as well as a matching, custom painted Atari 2600 system to go along with it. This auction will be to raise funds for the Cowlitz Gamers for Kids charity video game show in Kelso, WA.


Gamester81: The Video Game

Platform: Colecovision
Publisher: John "Gamester81" Lester
Quantity Available: 30 with PRGE-specific labeling
Price: $60 (includes box and manual)
Available at: Gamester81 booth

Description: Gamester81 gets sucked into the video game world, and it's up to you to get get him out! There are three unique game stages in Gamester81: The Video Game including:

  • Monkey Madness - Avoid the barrels coming from both sides of the screen by either jumping or ducking under them, but watch out because DK Jr. is dropping bananas from above too.
  • Invaders Rain - Collect the power packs while avoiding the "Invaders" coming from all direction. You can fire at them, but if you don't do it fast enough, they'll all come after you. In harder difficulties you have to worry about the gravitational pull, and fire at the bottom that can kill you for good.
  • Ghost Zone - Collect all of the cherries but watch out for the ghost coming from both directions!
  • The Lost Level - A Berzerk themed stage was in the initial planning for Gamester81: The Video Game, however it ended up getting replaced by a Space Invaders themed stage later on. Now is your chance to own a very rare playable version of this lost stage through the only five limited prototype cartridges available. The goal in this stage is to collect the coins before the robots get you. You can fire up to protect yourself, but be careful because the harder the difficulty the more robots there are!

Alien Adventures

Platform: Atari 2600
Publisher: Martina Tuckner/Lost Classics
Quantity Available: 40 plus one special edition in the auction
Price: $35
Available at: Lost Classics booth

Description: Alien Adventures is the first title from new programmer, Martina Tuckner. Although new to the programming scene, Tuckner has been working for Lost Classics for five years and has a long history of working on game reproductions. In this game you play as the friendly alien trying to land on Earth, however, the military isn't going to make it easy for you. You must defeat the tanks on the ground so you can land on Earth. Each hand-numbered game comes in box with a four-page full-color manual and a glow in the dark alien figure.


Landfill

Platform: Atari 2600
Publisher: Chris Trimiew/Lost Classics
Quantity Available: 40 plus one special edition in the auction
Price: $35
Available at: Lost Classics booth

Description: Landfill is a video game based around the recent uncovering of many classic Atari 2600 titles that were buried in a landfill in the 1980s. Over three decades ago, the Atari Corporation overproduced many titles for the popular 2600 system, (titles such as E.T. and Defender), and they were forced to bury their unsold stock in the New Mexico desert. These were unearthed recently to provide credence to the many rumors surrounding one of video game's most talked about pieces of lore. Former Working Designs employee, Chris Trimiew, has produced a completely original Atari 2600 game to commemorate this popular piece of video game history. This is Trimiew's third release for the 2600.


Joust

Platform: Colecovision
Publisher: Team Pixelboy
Quantity Available: 24
Price: $45
Available at: PRGE booth (same place where you can buy PRGE t-shirts)

Description: For years, a prototype ROM file of Joust for ColecoVision had been floating around the internet. It was playable, but it had no music or sound effects at all. Back in 2011, I tried to get Daniel Bienvenu to add sound to this soundless prototype, but that project was never completed.

In March 2014, Sean Kelly revealed a different prototype of Joust that actually had sounds. Sean worked with Team Pixelboy who recruited Mystery Man to create a title screen and then published the game on the original Colecovision cartridge media. Colecovision Joust was released at the 2014 Classic Gaming Expo in Las Vegas this September.

The game comes complete in box with manual.

Official game description: Never in your wildest dreams did you ever imagine you would be one day riding an ostrich in an alien arena, fighting for your life against other vulture-riding gladiators. And yet, there you are, and your only concern now is survival! Direct your ostrich around the arena and hit your opponents from above to turn them into eggs you can collect for extra points. If they hatch before you can grab them, they will come back into the fight stronger than before. Also watch out for the Pterodactyl who will appear randomly when you least expect it, and avoid the scorching lava pits below. How long can you last in the Joust?


Armed For Battle

Platform: Nintendo Entertainment System
Publisher: infiniteneslives
Quantity Available: To be determined
Price: $52
Available at: Infinite NES Lives booth

Description: Armed for Battle is a brand new, real time strategy (RTS) game for the Nintendo Entertainment System - the only one of its kind. The game allows you to build up your own kingdom, seek out enemies in the surrounding land, and send out battle parties to invade, all while fending off incoming attacks. The game features 20 levels in its normal Story Mode, but also has a feature for creating your own battles against up to 3 enemies for endless replay value.

The box and manual made for the game are extremely high quality. Play the demo and check it all out at the infiniteneslives booth. You can even download a $5 off coupon at the developer's blog.


Nomolos: Storming the Catsle

Platform: Nintendo Entertainment System
Publisher: infiniteneslives
Quantity Available: To be determined
Price: $35 cart+manual, $47 CIB
Available at: Infinite NES Lives booth

Description:

Nomolos: Storming the Catsle is back! Originally released in 2012, this original scrolling platformer for the NES is now available with upgraded cut scenes and a bonus level! One of the most well-known NES homebrews in recent years, the game is going to be featured on episode 3 of Beyond Geek, a new show for PBS!

The box and manual made for the game are extremely high quality. Check it out at the infiniteneslives booth.

The Story:

Two cats, Solomon and his friend Snow, are enjoying a beautiful day together when a mysterious portal opens before them. An enormous purple arm shoots out and grabs Snow by the scruff of the neck and disappears. Solomon decides to follow Snow into the portal. Upon arriving on the other side, he becomes Nomolos, the fierce feline warrior, fully equipped with humanoid physique and armor. He decides to follow the huge purple form that is quickly retreating to the Catsle with Snow.

  • Guide Nomolos through 12 action packed levels and defeat 4 of Boulder's most fearsome henchmen before finally confronting the evil Hippo in her lair, the Catsle. You will have to contend with dozens of Boulder's denizens, but fortunately powerful weapons and helpful powerups are laying around the realm that Nomolos can use to help him on his way.
  • Easy mode for novices, and two additional difficulty levels for those who like a little extra challenge.
  • Enjoy an all-baroque soundtrack with music by Domenico Scarlatti, Johann Sebastian Bach, Jean-Phillipe Rameau, Francois Couperin, and Antonio Soler.

Nighttime Bastards

Platform: Nintendo Entertainment System
Publisher: infiniteneslives
Quantity Available: About 20
Price: $47
Available at: Infinite NES Lives booth

Description:

Nighttime Bastards is an action survival game released for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Your objective is to keep refueling the machine of light in order to keep the darkness and all of its bastards away. The game features 9 evil levels and an epic boss battle. This is a real test of courage and skills, especially skills. Good Luck! For more info go to the Nighttime Bastards official site.


We want ALL the homebrews!

Are you releasing a homebrew game at PRGE? Let us know!


PRGE Keynote Panel to Feature Sega's Kalinske, Nilsen

Blake Harris, Tom Kalinske, Al Nilsen and Scott Chandler
Clockwise from top left: Blake Harris, Tom Kalinske,
Scott Chandler and Al Nilsen

The Portland Retro Gaming Expo is priviledged to host Console Wars author Blake Harris at this year's show. Blake will conduct a panel along with former Sega of America CEO Tom Kalinske, former Sega of America Marketing Director Al Nilsen, and former Sega programmer Scott Chandler, discussing the Sega vs. Nintendo video game war of the 90's as well as other intriguing topics.

Harris' recently released book, Console Wars, chronicles how Sega, a small, scrappy gaming company led by an unlikely visionary and a team of rebels, took on the juggernaut Nintendo and revolutionized the video game industry. The battle was vicious, relentless, and highly profitable, eventually sparking a global corporate war that would be fought on several fronts: from living rooms and schoolyards to boardrooms and Congress. It was a once-in-a-lifetime, no-holds-barred conflict that pitted brother against brother, kid against adult, Sonic against Mario, and the US against Japan.

It's sure to be a full house at this panel so get there early! The panel schedule is still being finalized and will be posted soon.

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brentalfloss is bringing the lyrics to Portland

Brentalfloss

Brent "brentalfloss" Black is coming to the 2014 Portland Retro Gaming Expo! Brent will host a daytime panel where he will answer questions from the audience and then perform on Saturday evening.

Brent is a comedian, musician, and gamer. He first gained notoriety when he added lyrics to the title theme from Mega Man 3 and created the "With Lyrics" series on Youtube. He has since grown a Youtube subscriber base of over 210,000 and released two full-length albums which have reached the top ten in both the Bandcamp and iTunes comedy charts. He lives in New York City and performs at music venues and gaming conventions in the USA, Canada, and the UK.

He earned a BFA in drama from the University of Oklahoma, where he wrote two full-length musicals, Shades of Gray and OU-Sical! The Musical. He then moved to New York City where he got a master's degree in musical theatre writing from Tisch School of the Arts at NYU.

Brent's most popular video is Dr. Mario with Lyrics, which has over 4 millon views on YouTube.

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PRGE Welcomes back David Crane and Garry Kitchen

David Crane

David Crane and Garry Kitchen will return for their 4th year at PRGE. Look forward to their great stories from the early days of the video game industry as well as some new surprises.

David Crane

Crane started his programming career at Atari, making games for the 2600. Crane left Atari in 1979 and co-founded Activision, along with Alan Miller, Jim Levy, Bob Whitehead, and Larry Kaplan. At Activision, he was best known as the designer of Pitfall!. Pitfall! was a huge hit, and maintained the top slot on the Billboard charts for 64 weeks and was named video game of the year in 1982. In 1986, Crane left Activision to co-found Absolute Entertainment with Garry Kitchen. With Absolute, he was known for Amazing Tennis and A Boy and His Blob: Trouble on Blobolonia, a successful NES title following the adventures of the protagonist and his companion, a shape-shifting blob.

Garry Kitchen

Garry Kitchen

From 1981-1995, Garry was an industry leader in the development of home video games, generating over $300 million in retail sales. His 2600 adaptation of the hit Nintendo arcade game Donkey Kong, published by Coleco, was one of the top selling games on the Atari platform, selling over 4 million units. In 1983, Kitchen followed up the success of Donkey Kong with his hit title Keystone Kapers, published by Activision and a nominee for Video Game of the Year.


2015 PRGE/NWCGE Retro Gaming Swap Meet

PRGE/NWCGE swap meeting coming up in January after the big Expo!

The Portland Retro Gaming Expo and the Northwest Classic Games Enthusiasts (NWCGE) are proud to present our second-annual Retro Gaming Swap Meet at the Portland Doubletree Hotel on January 24, 2015. Once again we are taking it old-school...back when it was all about getting buyers and sellers together to help build buyers collections and help sellers find good homes for their extras while preserving the cultural and historical aspects of videogames. Nothing fancy - just games, games and more games.

The show will be on Saturday, January 24th, 2015 at the DoubleTree Hotel in Portland, Oregon. Doors open at 10:00 AM until 5:00 PM. Admission is $5.00 per person - ages 10 and under are free. The event is child-friendly so please feel free to bring the entire family!

Volunteers

We need your help! Want to volunteer for this event? Contact us today at volunteers@retrogamingexpo.com.

Be a vendor!

Want to be a vendor at the swap meet? Contact us at vendors@retrogamigexpo.com to reserve your space. Vendor setup is Saturday, January 24th, 2015 @ 6:00 AM to 10:00 AM.
  • Table: $40
  • Booth (3 tables & 2 passes): $100
  • Double Booth (6 tables & 4 passes): $200

PRGE 2013 Video Montage

Nostalgic for the Portland Retro Gaming Expo, but can't wait 5 months for that sweet, sweet retro gaming action? Our friend Hans posted this excellent montage of the 2013 Expo. If you have 5 minutes free, have a look!



PRGE 2014 Passes On Sale Now!

Sample PRGE Badges

At past events we have always had tickets available at the door, but purchasing your passes to PRGE 2014 online will guarantee your spot at the largest retro gaming con in the Pacific Northwest. Our growth year-over-year could mean that this is the year we reach capacity before the doors open.

Print-at-home or pick up at the Expo

Through our ticketing vendor, ShowClix, you can purchase admission online using any major credit card. Print out your tickets and bring them to the Will Call counter on the weekend of the Expo to speed your checking and pick up your show badges. Didn't print your tickets? No problem - just show an ID with the name of the ticket purchaser to the Will Call staff and you are good to go. Please note: we are not mailing badges - all presale badges can be picked up at the Will Call counter.

Purchase PRGE 2014 admission now »


Portland Retro Gaming Expo Changes 2014 Dates

PRGE New Date! - October 18-19, 2014

Dear Retro Gaming Fans,

Sometimes life throws you a curve ball. The Portland Retro Gaming Expo has been asked by the city to move our event out one week in order to accomodate a large sporting event that will require the majority of the Oregon Convention Center (OCC). It was not an easy decision for us, but the event has enormous potential upside for the city of Portland and its local businesses. The PRGE board decided that it made sense to accept the proposal from the OCC to move out the date of the Expo by one week from October 11-12, 2014 to October 18-19, 2014. This will open up the previous weekend for an event that is projected to bring over $1.4 million in revenue into the city.

New Date - Same Event

So mark your calendars - the new date of the 2014 Portland Retro Gaming Expo is October 18-19, 2014. Otherwise it will be the same great show as always.

We're Sorry

We realize that this change might be an inconvenience for some. We sincerely apologize for any difficulty or confusion the change causes for our attendees. It was not an easy decision, but we are confident that this is the right decision for the continued success of the Expo.

Did you already book a hotel?

Our hotel partners (The Jupiter, Residence Inn and Doubletree) are working with us to move out room blocks out to the new dates. We have asked them to proactively reach out to anyone who booked a room already, but we encourage you to contact your hotel right away to confirm your reservation for the new dates. There will be no difference in price.

Exhibitor Information

If you have already paid for a space at PRGE 2014 and you are OK with the new dates then there is nothing you have to do. Our vendor coordinator will be reaching out to paid exhibitors over the next couple of weeks to confirm the date change and help with the transition in any way we can. You can ask questions and discuss your specific situation with the vendor coordinator anytime by emailing vendors@retrogamingexpo.com.

Tickets on sale SOON!

We have held off on posting PRGE passes for sale until the negotiations with OCC were complete. Now that we have come to an agreement, ticket sales will start up within the next few days.

Thank You

Thank you very much for supporting PRGE. It's very gratifying to know how many classic video game fans want to come to our little show that started in the back room of the Vancouver Quality Inn nine years ago.

Sincerely,
The Board and Staff of the Portland Retro Gaming Expo

Seattle Retro Gaming Expo Tickets on Sale Now!

Seattle Retro Gaming Expo - June 28-29, 2014

Our friends at the Seattle Retro Gaming Expo have announced their 4th annual show on June 28-29, 2014. The event has moved into the Washington State Convention Center in downtown Seattle, Washington.

Both single-day and weekend SRGE passes are now on sale online. Each 2-day pass is good for both Saturday and Sunday, and provides access to all SRGE events. In addition, attendees who pre-register for the whole weekend (including family pass holders) will receive early access to the exhibits hall and show floor. For classic game collectors and people looking for the best deals in gaming, that extra hour of checking out the vendors before everyone else is invaluable!

For a limited time: Buy a weekend pass and enter to win a 3D-Printed mini NES!

Until April 30, SRGE is offering a special Swag House package that includes a weekend pass granting 9:00 AM early admission on Saturday and a chance to win one of twenty custom 3D printed mini NES console models.

Learn more about the Seattle Retro Gaming Expo »

Volunteer Your Time at the Retro Gaming Expo

Volunteer at PRGE!
PRGE runs on volunteers
and we need your help!

Do you love classic video games? Would you like to hang out with hundreds of like-minded classic gaming fans? Would you like to touch real-live video game nerds? Get all this plus free admission to the Portland Retro Gaming Expo!

PRGE is a 501(c)4, 100% non-profit and volunteer-operated convention. Our continued growth and improvement depends on fans like you to volunteer your time and skills. If you will be in the Portland, OR area on October 9-13, 2014 we can use your help. There are postions available in setup, and breakdown, guest assistance, tournament organization and stage management/production. Each volunteer gets free admission to the Expo for the entire weekend and special volunteer PRGE t-shirt.

Go to the PRGE volunteer page for more information and to complete the volunteer application.

Gaming Con Survival Guide

R.O.B. commands you to collect NES games!

Here are a few tips for everyone from the casual retro gamer to the passionate collector for getting the most out of any classic video game con.

General Convention Tips

  • Footwear
    You'll spend a lot of time on your feet so make sure to bring comfortable shoes.

  • Just say no to nerd funk
    Standing on your feet all day, running from panel to panel, racing around the show floor looking for the best deals: these things can bring out the odor in anyone. Take a shower each morning before the con and bring along some extra deodorant/anti-perspirant to "take the edge off" later in the day. Your fellow con-goers will thank you!

  • Bag with Undetectable Extension Charm
    You will end up with a ton of stuff to carry even if you don't intend to when you arrive. Having an expandable bag or backpack will help you manage your con treasures. Also consider making trips to your car and store your con booty there.

  • Water and snacks
    Dehydration is the enemy. Keep some water on you and drink it regularly. It's also helpful to keep a supply of small snacks to get help keep your energy up for the long haul. Food will also be available in the show hall at PRGE.

  • Plan of attack
    Take a look at the convention schedule and the floorplan and try to come up with a strategy for the weekend. It will be a lot easier to figure out now than when you are in "the heat of battle", so to speak.

  • Be excellent to each other
    Sounds simple, right? The con can get stressful at times, but falling back on kindness and courtesy is contagious and will be cause for a better event for everyone. Be cool and have a good time.

Shopping for Games

  • Make a list
    Knowing what you are looking for before you enter the chaos of Saturday morning in the Vendor Marketplace is key. Write down specific games you're targeting so you don't forget anything. Smart phones are handy for keeping your list in digital form. Many buyers keep a checklist of games they have for each system so they can quickly identify if a game will fill a hole in their collection. Ask vendors if they have a specific game you're looking for. Most vendors know their inventory and are happy to pull games and get you on your way to the next booth.

  • Arrive early
    While the Expo opens to the public at 10:00 AM on Saturday, attendees who buy their passes online ahead of the Expo will gain entry 1 hour early at 9:00 AM. This extra hour can make the difference between getting that rare item or not! Arrive early so you have time to pick up your badge and get in line for the opening bell at 9:00 AM.

  • Haggle
    Some vendors at PRGE are open to haggling on price, particularly if you are buying a quantity of merchandise. Haggling is a subtle art. Ask for a 50% discount on one game and you risk offending the seller. On the other hand, it's not unusual for sellers to discount the total price when you buy several items. It never hurts to ask! The worst that can happen is the seller says no.

  • Payment methods
    Increasingly, exhibitors are accepting credit cards via iPhone apps like Square. That said, it's a safe bet to carry cash with you if you plan to buy. Cash in hand is a great motivator when haggling over price. There are ATMs located throughout the Oregon Convention Center.

  • Carrying your finds
    You will be amazed how quickly you accumulate merchandise at the Expo. Smart shoppers will bring their own bag or backpack to carry their finds through the show.

  • Great deals on Sunday
    While the initial rush on Saturday in the Vendor Marketplace is exciting, Sunday is a great day to get some deals as well. Vendors are generally more willing to negotiate price on Sunday - especially as the end of the day approaches. If you were on the fence about an item on Saturday, be sure to take a walk around the Marketplace on Sunday to see if the item is still available. You might be suprised what kind of deal you get!

That's it! Follow these tips to help ensure you have a fun and successful time at the Expo. Good luck.

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