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Toronto’s Comicon is in-person next week: Here’s How to get there on public transit


Toronto Comicon is one of Toronto’s first major in-person conventions in 2022 and it all touches down at at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre just steps from Union Station, March 18th to March 20th.

At Toronto Comicon, attendees can enjoy the ultimate celebration of Gaming, Anime, Sci-Fi, and Horror in Canada. Here you can join thousands of fellow superfans and experience family-friendly events and attractions, workshops, shopping, and of course celebrity encounters. This year, be sure to try and snag an autograph or and 8×10 glossy photo with celeb attendees like Jenna Coleman, John Cusack, Lou Ferrigno and a slew of others.

There are countless activities for the whole family, so bring everyone down on the GO and experience the magic. Meet your favourite voice actors, comic book creators, and maybe even enter the costume contest as a family!

Click here to visit the Toronto Comicon website and read all about the events, vendors and celebrity guests

Meanwhile, getting to Toronto Comicon is SUPER easy especially if you are taking public transit!

Located just a short walk from Union Station at 255 Front Street West, the Metro Toronto Convention Centre is easily accessible by taking GO Transit. Hop on a GO Train or Bus from near or far and fly down to Toronto Comicon with ease and convenience. Leave the car at home and find your GO time while unwinding on your journey. Or take the TTC Subway to Union and walk over to the Convention Centre.

The kind folks at Mertolinx are advising Comicon enthusiasts to save a few bucks and “Skip fighting the evils of traffic and parking.” Toronto Comicon attendees can buy a GO + Comicon combo ticket online to save both time and money on your fare and admissions.

And “Holy savings, Batman!”

The GO x Toronto Comicon Combo Saver Ticket includes round-trip GO Transit fare from any GO Station to Union Station and admission to Toronto Comicon from $40 for adults, $30 for youth, and $25 for kids 6-12. There is also a Family GO combo pass for 2 adults & up to 4 children ages 6-12, from $70.

That’s right, Robin, you and all other fave super heroes, villains and sci-fi characters going to Toronto Comicon can take advantage of this heroic Combo Ticket offer from GO and Toronto Comicon.

Click here to buy your passes now!

Here are the specific details:

GO Combo Single Day Pass

This single day pass includes round-trip GO Transit fare from any GO Station for the day, admission to one day of Toronto Comicon, show floor access, and panel room/theatre access.

  • Adult GO Combo (Ages 18+) From $40
  • Youth Combo (Ages 13-17) From $30
  • Child GO Combo (Ages 6-12) $25
  • Family GO Combo (2 adults & up to 4 children ages 6-12) From $70

GO Combo 3-Day Pass

This GO Combo 3-day pass includes round-trip GO Transit far from any GO Station to Toronto Comicon on all three of the dates (Friday March 18 thru to Sunday March 20th). It also includes admission to all three days of Toronto Comicon, show floor access and panel room/theatre access. The price for this amazing deal is $75.

Buy your GO Combo single 3-day pass now!

Save with PRESTO Perks – Friday March 18 only!

There’s even more savings to be had for PRESTO Card users at Comicon! On March 18, flash your PRESTO Card at the box office and get in at the Advanced Price (a 20% discount) off Friday Single Day Adult, Youth or Family Pass admission!

Valid for on-site sales only. Cannot be combined with other promotions. Visit the Toronto Comicon website for more information.

Please follow all safety protocols throughout your travels, and be sure to keep your lightsabers and wands securely tucked away at all times – we wouldn’t want your cover blown by Transit Safety officers now would we? We love to see cosplayers riding on the GO, so take a picture and tag @gotransit to show off how you travel in style!

For more information on the proactive steps GO transit is taking for COVID-19, you can learn more here.

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