San Diego Scottish Highland Games
Last year, we made a move to offer digital tickets, which could be easily scanned at the entrance gates. Unfortunately, while technology offers many advantages, it doesn’t always work out for every application. Due to a few factors, which were out of our hands (wifi transmitters blocked by the landscape, as well as overloaded by the crowd surges) we experienced frequent interruptions with our signal. This caused those of you with scannable tickets, to experience delays at times. For that, we apologize!
For 2020, we think we have a method that will alleviate that issue, and give you the convenience and expedited line times you all want, and rightfully so! We will still allow for admission to be paid, at the gates, via cash or card. However, we highly encourage you to consider our online, preorder tickets. This year, we are going with a 3rd party provider, who will immediately mail you a perforated ticket, upon completion of your order.
No Digital Tickets
Quick-rip Tickets Mailed Out
Shorter Lines for Pre-Purchase
What does this mean for you? This means you will be able to go to an expedited line, where you can get your ticket ripped, and you’re in! No scanner delays, no waiting in line behind people signing for their credit card purchase— just Rip it, and you’re good to go! If you plan to leave, and come back the same day, just make sure to get your hand stamped before you leave the gates.
So, how do you place your order? Simply go to our Tickets page, where you can select the ticket(s) of your choice, add to cart, checkout, and you’re all set! If you have any questions, regarding issues placing an order, or tracking your order, we are always happy to help. However, our ticket provider, Brown Paper Tickets, provides 24/7 support, which may result in a faster reply for you.
Please note: due to the mailing and printing service associated with the tickets, there will be a 5%+$0.99 convenience fee, per ticket. (This ends up being around $1.25- $1.60 per ticket, when you buy during the early-bird, discounted prices. Essentially, the ticket price will be just slightly less than if you bought at the gates, and now you don’t have to wait in the long line!)