Sun Valley Writers’ Conference Pass Purchase Policy 2016
PASS PRICE AND BENEFITS:
The price of a full event pass is $950 per person, which includes admission to all presentations, including intimate breakout sessions, as well as breakfast and lunch during the event. Passes are refundable, less an administrative fee, until May 1, 2016.
HOW DO I PURCHASE A PASS?
Passes are on sale now. Click HERE for the registration form.
You can simply print and fill out the form, include payment, and mail it to the address indicated. We are unable to accept orders via email or the phone. Please note you will not receive a paper mailing that includes a registration card, as has been done in the past.
We will have staff available to answer your calls (208-726-5454) and emails (firstname.lastname@example.org) should you have any questions on the 29th.
If you don’t use email, please call us at 208-726-5454 to make arrangements for getting the registration form.
WHAT IS OUR POLICY FOR ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS?
Applications will be accepted on a first come, first served basis, by postmark. We are sometimes asked why we don’t sell every available seat in the beautiful Sun Valley Music pavilion. This is to maintain the quality of the Conference experience and to ensure that our smaller sessions give attendees a more intimate time with our presenters. We set aside a small percentage of passes for sale in order to promote the long-term success of the Conference. Any such passes not sold will be offered to those on the waitlist.
We will let you know the status of your order, via email, sometime the week of March 21. Should the conference sell out, as it often does, we will maintain a waitlist, in order of application. On April 15, we will release tickets to the first 10-20 spots on the waitlist, space available. Please be patient with us. We have a small, dedicated staff who will be working hard to meet your requests.
WILL ANY OTHER TYPE OF PASS BE OFFERED?
A limited number of Special Series passes, offering attendance to a number of Pavilion talks, will be made available after April 15. We will email those on our mailing list when these become available.
Idaho students, teachers, librarians and young scholars are invited to attend Pavilion talks at no charge, space available.