First 300 signs up save $100 off Samsung Developer Conference ticket price

Discounts going fast

First 300 signs up save $100 off Samsung Developer Conference ticket price

Are you in San Francisco in November and looking for a great conference?

Do you want a chance to hear and meet some of the Pocket Gamer team? And are you interested in doing all that while saving those all important dollars?

Then you’ll be pleased to know that we’re on our way to Samsung Developer Conference 2014 taking place on the 11-13 November and we’ve secured a special discount that we’re sharing with you right now.

You saves your money

The conference, which is taking place at the Moscone Center, should prove to be an interesting affair.

With Samsung’s recent moves into wearables with their Galaxy Gear and into the realms of virtual reality with their Gear VR, it should prove an enlightening couple of days to get into the mindset of one of the world’s foremost tech companies.

The Moscone Center plays host to the Samsung Developer Conference

And as a result of our partnership with the conference, we can exclusively offer a $100 saving on ticket prices to readers of

The first 300 people who click here and enter the code SDCPG will see the cost of their ticket slashed downwards, meaning you can take that $100 and reinvest it into the wider economy as any good capitalist does.

Time to party

And as if the money saving and intriguing conference schedule isn’t enough to get you on down, we’ll also be hosting one of our legendary Pocket Gamer parties to close the conference.

Offering the perfect opportunity to unwind after a busy few days of networking, we hope to see your week off with something of a bang when we bring the fun on the evening of 13 November.

The party is free for SDC attendees, but you need to register here.

So what are you waiting for? Buy your ticket to the Samsung Developer Conference now and secure your place with all the coolest kids in town (and us) ahead of next month.

Staff Writer

George Osborn (no, not that one) has been ensnared by to write words for them on pain of death/in return for money. He works with the events team to produce pitch perfect editorial for Pocket Gamer's ever-expanding events schedule, as well as working on advice features and articles to help game developers make the most of mobile.