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TICKETS

Buy your ticket now for the 2018 NZSA National Writers Forum. Early bird rates are available until 5 August.

Check out iTicket for ticket prices and to buy your ticket. Significant discounts available for NZSA Members. Student rates apply.

Find out how to become a member of the NZSA at www.authors.org.nz


Some sessions have limited numbers so book early to avoid disappointment.

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Questions?

+ How can I purchase tickets?

When ticketing opens you can purchase tickets online using a credit card or by phone.

+ Can I purchase a door sales ticket at the actual venue?

It is best to purchase your tickets prior to the event to guarantee availability. However, if there are any unsold tickets these will be available at the venue approximately 60 minutes prior to the start time. Please note that these will be sold on a ‘first-in-first-served’ basis. If an event is sold out prior to the start time, there will be no tickets available at the door. Door sales will cost more.

+ What are the booking fees?

There are no booking fees for online or phone purchases.

+ Is there a charge to book using a credit or debit card?

No. The NWF is absorbing the credit card transaction fee.

+ Can I change my sessions after I’ve booked?

Yes.  If you change your mind between now and September about the sessions you would like to attend simply log back in to your iTicket account and update your booking.

If your question is not answered here please check the iTicket website

Alternatively please email requests to  nwf@nzauthors.org.nz

NATIONAL WRITERS FORUM

The NZSA brings you this unique national conference for all New Zealand writers. Join prestigious local and international speakers who will share their knowledge, ideas and experience and meet others from New Zealand’s writing community.

WHEN & WHERE

21 – 23 September 2018
Owen G Glenn Building
University of Auckland
12 Grafton Road, Auckland

CONTACT US

Email: nwf@nzauthors.org.nz
Phone: 09 379 4801
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