Get your wallets ready: Google I/O registration to open on March 13

by: Brad WardMarch 12, 2013

Google IO Credit: jolieodell/Flickr

Weeks after launching the Google I/O registration page, the search giant has announced on its Google Developers G+ page that registration will be ready on March 13 at 7:00 a.m. PDT. You can check when registration will be open in your local time here.

Prepare to open a vein as tickets will cost $900 for general attendees. There are a limited number of academic tickets and will surely sell out quickly since pricing is $300 for academic students and employees. Of course, those getting academic tickets will need to provide proof of their enrollment and/or employment to take part in the discount.

All of the information you need to know about Google I/O along with tips on increasing your chances of getting a ticket here. A warning for those who plan on buying tickets and reselling them: tickets can not be resold or transferred. In fact, to obtain your Google I/O badge, you’ll need a valid Photo ID at check-in.

Those that want a ticket will have to act fast as the purchase has to finished within five minutes. If the transaction isn’t finished in five minutes, the ticket you were buying will be put back into the available tickets pool.

Be sure to stay tuned with Android Authority as we’ll be at Google I/O covering all of the latest Android news!

  • Filip Justin

    Nice event, with cool prizes.. I wonder if they give attendants a pair of Glasses this year..

    • Killeh

      That would be too much.

    • I doubt it; they’d give out a Chromebook Pixel to developers if anything.


        most probably a Nexus 4 32 Gig , The new Nexus 7 2nd gen and a 32 Gig Nexus 10 or Samsung Series 5 Chromebook

        • AndroidBrian

          Giving away a nexus 4 that doesn’t even exiSt?

  • tBs_Battousai

    I bet this is sold out in less than 20 minutes…

  • AndroidBrian

    Damn $900 bones! That’s pretty much telling general public that they don’t want you to go. It makes sense tho. There no reason for the general public to be there.