Post by dionnebouchard2011 on May 2, 2011 14:45:43 GMT -8
Okay so i'm stuck. 4 of us are bringing over an RV, 3 of us have general camping tickets but the guy driving the RV has premier. So we had hoped because he has the premier camping ticket we could park the rv in the premier camping spot. Now because the rest of us have general camping will we still be able to stay in the RV with him? Please helllllllpppppppppppp
Post by StormyPinkness on May 2, 2011 14:53:40 GMT -8
In previous years they check the wristbands of people that are trying to walk into premier camping and I don't see any reason it would change. A couple of people on this board said they have walked through with no hassle, but I have never had that experience. We can never go hang out with our friends in premier.
Post by Horned Gramma on May 2, 2011 14:54:37 GMT -8
Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe a VIP camping pass is good for up to four people. Your friends will be able to park their car out in the gulag with the rest of us untouchables and then stay with you in your RV.
Post by Horned Gramma on May 2, 2011 15:03:00 GMT -8
People bring fucking battle fortresses on wheels into general camping, your RV would be fine. If you want to camp in premiere, your one pass should be sufficient. The only reason you'd want to downgrade to general camping would be if you want to participate in the party of the year.
Interesting. I know this thread was on here a few years ago, but I'm wondering about bringing x number of people with you in a van/with a premiere pass. We bought one, but we have six people in our van, all flying in.
"This year your Sasquatch Festival ticket is an all inclusive ticket. No fees are added on top of the ticket (except for special delivery choices), holders of this ticket will have access to general camping and parking with no additional cost. There will however be an extra charge should you wish to upgrade to Premier Camping ($160 per campsite - 4 persons)."
festival + militant = unhappy camper? hurr durr. I mean, yeah, I suppose we'd be willing to slip the 16 year old fence greeters a $20, but I guess $180 for another pass would be... well, expensive. I have a 40 year old with me who is sexually going to complain all night if we end up in regular camping, too. damn.