iFC 2018 - Register

Registration

Registration is open! Register to experience IndyFurCon 2018 yourself! Attend, Sponsor, or Super Sponsor iFC2018 and enjoy membership benefits. To confirm your registration or upgrade to a higher membership level, use the registration confirmation or upgrade system.

If you have any questions, check for an answer in the Frequently Asked Questions below or send us an email anytime at registration@indyfurcon.com . If you're reporting an error with the registration system, please include the error messages and/or attach screenshots so we can better assist you.

After July 17, "at the door" registration is available through the website before you get to the convention. Registrations made by July 17 will be printed and available at registration during registration hours and at Con Ops after registration closes on Friday and Saturday.

¹ For sponsor and super-sponsor registrations made after July 17, the shirts, prints, sponsor gifts, and super-sponsor dinner are available as supplies and seating last. Registrations made by July 17 are guaranteed these benefits.

Membership Levels

Daily badges are also available at the convention: $25 for Friday and Saturday; $20 for Sunday.

Attending

$40

The basic option!

  • Access to all general admission areas of the convention on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday

Super

Sponsor

$140

For the ultimate iFC fan, the only choice is Super Sponsor!

  • Access to all general admission areas of the convention on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
  • iFC2018 T-Shirt¹
  • Limited Edition Print
  • Access to the Sponsor Hospitality Suite with snacks and beverages
  • Priority Seating for Events
  • Surprise Super Sponsor Gift¹
  • One Super Sponsor Meal¹
  • THE GRATITUDE OF THE STAFF AND BOARD!!

Daily badges are also available at the convention: $25 for Friday and Saturday; $20 for Sunday.

Attending

The basic option!

$40

Register

Sponsor

Everything that Attending offers, and a whole lot more!

$80

Register

Super

Sponsor

For the ultimate iFC fan, the only choice is Super Sponsor!

$140

Register
Compare Badge Types Attending Sponsor Super Sponsor
Access to all general admission areas of the convention on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
iFC2018 T-Shirt¹
Limited Edition Print
Access to the Sponsor Hospitality Suite with snacks and beverages
Priority Seating for Events
Surprise Super Sponsor Gift¹
One Super Sponsor Meal¹
GRATITUDE OF THE STAFF AND BOARD!!      

Panel Submissions Are Closed

Thank you for your panel submissions!


If you have any questions or concerns please email our lead of programming at Registration@indyfurcon.com.

To view currently available programming please go Here.

Also, please do not spam the submission form.

If you are selling in Indiana you should apply for one Business Tax (BT-1) Application. Make sure you take care of this, thank you from ifc staff.

This costs a one-time fee of $25.

Dealer's Den Applications Are Closed

Thank you for your dealer submissions!


If you have any concerns or questions regarding the Dealers' Den, please email Dealers@indyfurcon.com

Hours of Operation

  • Friday – 12:30pm to 6:30pm
  • Saturday – 10am to 6pm
  • Sunday – 10am to 4pm

Dealers List

IndyFurCon 2018's dealers will be listed here when they're announced.

Apply for Space

IndyFurCon 2018's Dealers' Den space is limited. To apply, submit a

Pricing

All IndyFurCon Dealers Tables are offered in three foot sections, which is equivalent to one-half of a standard table. Your base dealer's registration includes 1 three foot section of table and standard Attending membership for the convention for only $55.

Additional three foot sections of table are available for $25 each, up to a total of 12 linear feet of table.

If you will have more than one person working your dealer space, you will need to pay an additional fee for each person to cover registration for them, which is only $35 per Dealer's Assistant.

Policies

All dealers at IndyFurCon accept the following policy and agree to abide by it.

  1. Hours of Operation:
    • Friday – 12:30pm to 6pm
    • Saturday – 10am to 6pm
    • Sunday – 10am to 4pm
  2. Cancellations and Refunds: Full refunds will be available prior to June 15th, 2018. Any notices tendered between June 15th, 2018 and July 15th, 2018 will be granted a 50% refund. There will be no refunds after July 15th, 2018. Dealers and Dealer Assistants must be registered prior to July 15th. Please plan accordingly, and inform us as soon as possible of any cancellations.

  3. Dealer Access: Dealers are allowed access to Dealers' Den one hour prior to opening and one hour after closing, with the exception of Set- Up and Tear Down.

    Dealer Set-Up: 8am-12:30pm Friday, 8am-10am Saturday

    Dealer Tear-Down: 4-8pm Sunday

    For any additional access, contact the Dealers' Den Coordinator. Registration and badges will be available for Dealers and Dealer Assistants at the Dealers' Den Admin table starting Friday evening for Set-Up.

  4. Anyone selling any item and/or service at IndyFurCon must possess a valid Indiana State Registered Retail Merchant Certificate and be of legal adult status in the United States (18 years of age or older). Instructions for obtaining one are in the Apply for Space section.

  5. Anyone selling any item at IndyFurCon must collect all Taxes and Tariffs as required by the State of Indiana and the City of Indianapolis. (Sales Tax for Indianapolis, Indiana, is currently 7%.) Merchants are also responsible for the submission of these taxes to the appropriate offices. Failure to adhere to this rule may result in being banned from the Dealers' Den and Artists' Alley for the remainder of IndyFurCon. Repeat offenders will meet with Security and the Con Chair, after which more serious repercussions may result.

  6. Be aware of sales restrictions. This list may be appended at any time. If you have questions about whether an item may or may not be sold, please contact us. IndyFurCon reserves the right to ask dealers to remove from display or sale any items the Dealers' Den Staff finds inappropriate. Prohibited items include (but are not limited to):

    • Firearms, no exceptions.
    • Weapons which are not peace-bonded.
    • Flammable/incendiary items other than candles and incense
    • Alcohol, no exceptions.
    • Home-made food items manufactured in facilities without FDA or local health inspector oversight.
    • Any other item prohibited in the State of Indiana or the City of Indianapolis.
  7. Adult material is permitted, but it must be censored or otherwise obscured to prevent access by minors. All Adult Material (including but not limited to printed, video, computer-generated, drawn, audio and physical) must be censored. Each Dealer is responsible for policing his or her own table to keep minors from being inadvertently exposed. All minors will be wearing a distinctly colored and labeled Minor badge, but Dealers must check ID if the individual appears to be less than 18 years of age. If adult art is loose or in a binder, individual works must be censored.

  8. Dealer Liability & Housekeeping: Dealers are responsible, within reason, for any damage to hotel property and equipment in Dealers' Den. Hotel property and equipment may not be modified in any way, including but not limited to: holes, chips, paint, glue, or damage due to rough or inappropriate behavior. IndyFurCon, Whoozfur Inc, and the hotel are not liable for any personal injury or damage to equipment or property caused by the inappropriate use of hotel equipment, such as falling while standing on a chair or table. Please use provided equipment responsibly. Dealers are responsible for housekeeping in the area around their table, including during Tear Down. Please be sure to tidy your area at the end of each day.

  9. Wall Hangings: Wall Hangings may only be affixed to the wall with masking tape and/or "3M Command" strips.

  10. The standard Code of Conduct for Convention Attendees as a whole must also be followed, in addition to the rules listed here.

  11. IndyFurCon reserves the right to amend these policies without prior or posted notice.

Apply Here!


Please read the Artists Alley policies before applying

The Artists Alley is not the Dealers Room. Important differences include:

  • Artists do not pay to use the Artists Alley.
  • Seats in Artists Alley are chosen by lottery. You must sign up for a seat in the Alley each day.
  • You must bring in your art materials/items to sell each day, and take them with you each evening.
  • There is no electrical power available in Artists Alley.
  • Artists may only sell work of their own creation.
  • Artists do not require proof of tax registration in the state of Indiana.

Artists Alley General Rules

  1. Seats are available to artists wishing to display and sell artwork of their own creation.
  2. Artwork sold in the Alley must be relevant to furry fandom. Additional criteria for items to be sold in Artists Alley include:
    1. Two-dimensional media (drawings, paintings, prints) on any non-living medium is permitted.
    2. Three-dimensional media is permitted. This includes but is not limited to sculptures, carving, glasswork, woodwork, and costume crafts. Items which have been purchased as-is or "off the shelf" may not be sold in Artists Alley. Items which are copies (i.e. cast pewter or resin) are also not permitted.
    3. Items which would be considered general merchandise without the artist's work (i.e. Wearables [clothing, buttons, etc.], personalized knick-knacks, etc.) are not permitted to be sold in Artists Alley.
    4. Sales of anything other than artwork of the artist's own creation is prohibited in Artists Alley.
    5. Items which are a collaboration between more than one artist (i.e. comic books, CD's) are not permitted to be sold in AA since artists are only permitted to sell their own work.
    6. All artwork displayed must be no more mature than PG-13. If there are questions on suitability, or if discrepancies arise, the Artists Alley/Con Store Manager will have the final authority.
    7. Items with mature themes may be sold, provided that these items are not on public display. Adult-oriented materials must be either covered (such as with Post-it notes over the objectionable parts), or kept in a clearly marked binder that is not accessible to minors.
    8. It is the artist's responsibility to make sure that mature material is discreetly handled when being viewed by customers. Please keep mature artwork in separate binders or places separated from your more "general-audience" art. Don't just have a tag between the regular and mature materials. Likewise, please monitor your customers to make sure that they are not displaying mature artwork in an indiscreet manner.
    9. If there are any questions about what items might be permissible, please contact the Artists Alley Manager at Dealers@indyfurcon.com AA Manager rulings may be appealed to the Convention Chairman, whose ruling shall be considered final.
  3. Each artist is allotted one-half of a table.
  4. If the Alley is not full, artists may spread into any unoccupied table space, but they must be prepared to surrender that space at any time.
  5. We cannot accommodate people acting as agents for artists, or people reselling other people's art.
  6. The only people who should be sitting behind Artists Alley tables are artists who have participated in the Artists Alley lottery. At no time is it permissible for anyone to be sitting on the floor or behind the tables who have not participated in the lottery. This means that you may not invite friends to sit behind the table with you. Repeat offenders will be remanded to convention security.
  7. The table must be staffed by the artist for the majority of the time the table is held by that artist (We understand that artists, like other attendees, are here to enjoy the convention and need to eat, drink, and, well, you know...). Inquiries will be made if we notice that a seat is repeatedly left vacant for long periods of time, or if a substitute is in place for longer than is reasonable, and your possessions will be moved to the operations office and your seat may be given to another artist for whom we had not had room.
  8. All materials must be removed from the table when the artist checks out or at the end of the Alley’s business hours. IndyFurCon accepts no responsibility for materials left unattended. This includes artwork, personal items, etc.
  9. We also ask artists kindly to remove any garbage before leaving the area.
  10. Items generating an unacceptable noise-level are strongly discouraged. This includes portable stereos, computers, handheld game units, etc. Repeated complaints of excessive noise may result in loss of seat privileges.
  11. Please note that tip jars are not permitted in Artists Alley.
  12. IndyFurCon does not and can not become involved in disputes between buyers and sellers in Artists' Alley.
  13. IndyFurCon reserves the right to change, amend, or modify these rules at any time without prior notice.

Artists Alley Sign-Ups

Although we have expanded the Artists Alley, unfortunately we sometimes can have more artists than we have seats available. For this reason, seats will be allotted by lottery. When we run a lottery, we take all the names of people who have signed up and randomize them. The first 25-35 (depending on how many seats we have available) receive seats. Everyone after that gets placed on the Waiting List.

Please note that having a seat one day does not guarantee a seat the next. Seats may not be "reserved" from one day to the next by leaving belongings or signs. Artists Alley signups will take place each morning outside the artist alley; additionally, early signups will be available as described below.

Signups for the Friday Artists Alley will be as they have in years past - show up in the Signup Area (which will be announced before the convention on the Artist's Alley page when it is determined) between 10 AM and 11 AM on Friday. At 11 AM signups will close and we will hold a lottery to determine who gets a seat in the Alley and who will be on the waiting list. You must be present when your name is called!

For Saturday and Sunday, you will know by 9PM the night before whether you are on the Seated List (you have won a table seat), or you are on the Waiting List.

We will run the lottery each night with the names from early signups. If seats for Saturday fill up from Friday's early sign-ups, we will only take Waiting List sign-ups on Saturday morning. Conversely, if fewer artists sign up early than there are available seats, those signing up on Saturday morning will be competing for the remaining seats. The same goes for Sunday.

IMPORTANT: If you have won a seat, you still have to be present in the Signup Room (which will be announced before the convention on the Artist's Alley page when it is determined) at the lottery roll call when your name is called. If you are not present, your seat will be given to the person at the top of the waiting list, and your name will be moved to the bottom of the waiting list. Both lists are randomized before we call names from them, so no one knows the order until roll call begins. So make sure that you are in the Signup Room at the designated time (which will be announced before the convention on the Artist's Alley page when it is determined).

If you ended up on the Waiting List, your best chance of back-filling a winner's seat is to be present when roll call is made the following morning (see #3). If a winning artist is absent (and this does happen), we give their seat to the person at the top of the waiting list. If that person is also missing, we go to the next person on the waiting list. If there are any available seats remaining after the roll call, we will not contact people on the waiting list until after the Alley is open for business. Artists may sign up early for Saturday during Friday morning signups and between noon and 6 PM in Artists Alley. Similarly on Saturday, you may sign up for early for Sunday during Saturday morning signups and between 10 AM and 6 PM in the Artists Alley. Remember, there is no early signup for Friday's tables. For Friday’s Artists Alley, signups will only be in the Signup Room from 10 AM – 11 AM.

Lists of who has won a seat in the Alley and who is on the waiting list will be posted by 9PM Friday night for Saturday's tables, and by 9PM Saturday night for Sunday's tables. The location of these postings is still being determined, and will be announced before the convention on the Artist's Alley page. The standard Code of Conduct for Convention Attendees as a whole must also be followed, in addition to the rules listed here.

The Artists Alley is not the Dealers Room. Important differences include:

  • Artists do not pay to use the Artists Alley.
  • Seats in Artists Alley are chosen by lottery. You must sign up for a seat in the Alley each day.
  • You must bring in your art materials/items to sell each day, and take them with you each evening.
  • There is no electrical power available in Artists Alley.
  • Artists may only sell work of their own creation.

Artists Alley General Rules

  1. Seats are available to artists wishing to display and sell artwork of their own creation.
  2. Artwork sold in the Alley must be relevant to furry fandom. Additional criteria for items to be sold in Artists Alley include:
    1. Two-dimensional media (drawings, paintings, prints) on any non-living medium is permitted.
    2. Three-dimensional media is permitted. This includes but is not limited to sculptures, carving, glasswork, woodwork, and costume crafts. Items which have been purchased as-is or "off the shelf" may not be sold in Artists Alley. Items which are copies (i.e. cast pewter or resin) are also not permitted.
    3. Items which would be considered general merchandise without the artist's work (i.e. Wearables [clothing, buttons, etc.], personalized knick-knacks, etc.) are not permitted to be sold in Artists Alley.
    4. Sales of anything other than artwork of the artist's own creation is prohibited in Artists Alley.
    5. Items which are a collaboration between more than one artist (i.e. comic books, CD's) are not permitted to be sold in AA since artists are only permitted to sell their own work.
    6. All artwork displayed must be no more mature than PG-13. If there are questions on suitability, or if discrepancies arise, the Artists Alley/Con Store Manager will have the final authority.
    7. Items with mature themes may be sold, provided that these items are not on public display. Adult-oriented materials must be either covered (such as with Post-it notes over the objectionable parts), or kept in a clearly marked binder that is not accessible to minors.
    8. It is the artist's responsibility to make sure that mature material is discreetly handled when being viewed by customers. Please keep mature artwork in separate binders or places separated from your more "general-audience" art. Don't just have a tag between the regular and mature materials. Likewise, please monitor your customers to make sure that they are not displaying mature artwork in an indiscreet manner.
    9. If there are any questions about what items might be permissible, please contact the Artists Alley Manager at Dealers@indyfurcon.com AA Manager rulings may be appealed to the Convention Chairman, whose ruling shall be considered final.
  3. Each artist is allotted one-half of a table.
  4. If the Alley is not full, artists may spread into any unoccupied table space, but they must be prepared to surrender that space at any time.
  5. We cannot accommodate people acting as agents for artists, or people reselling other people's art.
  6. The only people who should be sitting behind Artists Alley tables are artists who have participated in the Artists Alley lottery. At no time is it permissible for anyone to be sitting on the floor or behind the tables who have not participated in the lottery. This means that you may not invite friends to sit behind the table with you. Repeat offenders will be remanded to convention security.
  7. The table must be staffed by the artist for the majority of the time the table is held by that artist (We understand that artists, like other attendees, are here to enjoy the convention and need to eat, drink, and, well, you know...). Inquiries will be made if we notice that a seat is repeatedly left vacant for long periods of time, or if a substitute is in place for longer than is reasonable, and your possessions will be moved to the operations office and your seat may be given to another artist for whom we had not had room.
  8. All materials must be removed from the table when the artist checks out or at the end of the Alley’s business hours. IndyFurCon accepts no responsibility for materials left unattended. This includes artwork, personal items, etc.
  9. We also ask artists kindly to remove any garbage before leaving the area.
  10. Items generating an unacceptable noise-level are strongly discouraged. This includes portable stereos, computers, handheld game units, etc. Repeated complaints of excessive noise may result in loss of seat privileges.
  11. Please note that tip jars are not permitted in Artists Alley.
  12. IndyFurCon does not and can not become involved in disputes between buyers and sellers in Artists' Alley.
  13. IndyFurCon reserves the right to change, amend, or modify these rules at any time without prior notice.

Artists Alley Sign-Ups

Although we have expanded the Artists Alley, unfortunately we sometimes can have more artists than we have seats available. For this reason, seats will be allotted by lottery. When we run a lottery, we take all the names of people who have signed up and randomize them. The first 25-35 (depending on how many seats we have available) receive seats. Everyone after that gets placed on the Waiting List. Please note that having a seat one day does not guarantee a seat the next. Seats may not be "reserved" from one day to the next by leaving belongings or signs. Artists Alley signups will take place each morning outside the artist alley; additionally, early signups will be available as described below. Signups for the Friday Artists Alley will be as they have in years past - show up in the Signup Area (which will be announced before the convention on the Artist's Alley page when it is determined) between 10 AM and 11 AM on Friday. At 11 AM signups will close and we will hold a lottery to determine who gets a seat in the Alley and who will be on the waiting list. You must be present when your name is called! For Saturday and Sunday, you will know by 9PM the night before whether you are on the Seated List (you have won a table seat), or you are on the Waiting List. We will run the lottery each night with the names from early signups. If seats for Saturday fill up from Friday's early sign-ups, we will only take Waiting List sign-ups on Saturday morning. Conversely, if fewer artists sign up early than there are available seats, those signing up on Saturday morning will be competing for the remaining seats. The same goes for Sunday. IMPORTANT: If you have won a seat, you still have to be present in the Signup Room (which will be announced before the convention on the Artist's Alley page when it is determined) at the lottery roll call when your name is called. If you are not present, your seat will be given to the person at the top of the waiting list, and your name will be moved to the bottom of the waiting list. Both lists are randomized before we call names from them, so no one knows the order until roll call begins. So make sure that you are in the Signup Room at the designated time (which will be announced before the convention on the Artist's Alley page when it is determined) If you ended up on the Waiting List, your best chance of back-filling a winner's seat is to be present when roll call is made the following morning (see #3). If a winning artist is absent (and this does happen), we give their seat to the person at the top of the waiting list. If that person is also missing, we go to the next person on the waiting list. If there are any available seats remaining after the roll call, we will not contact people on the waiting list until after the Alley is open for business. Artists may sign up early for Saturday during Friday morning signups and between noon and 6 PM in Artists Alley. Similarly on Saturday, you may sign up for early for Sunday during Saturday morning signups and between 10 AM and 6 PM in the Artists Alley. Remember, there is no early signup for Friday's tables. For Friday’s Artists Alley, signups will only be in the Signup Room from 10 AM – 11 AM. Lists of who has won a seat in the Alley and who is on the waiting list will be posted by 9PM Friday night for Saturday's tables, and by 9PM Saturday night for Sunday's tables. The location of these postings is still being determined, and will be announced before the convention on the Artist's Alley page. The standard Code of Conduct for Convention Attendees as a whole must also be followed, in addition to the rules listed here.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Can I register on-line?

Yes! IndyFurCon strongly encourages our attendees to register via our fast and secure online registration process if at all possible. It will allow us to make sure your badge and information is prepared and you will be able to go through the much faster pre-registration line to obtain your badge.

Can I register via mail?

Not at this time.

Can I register at the door?

Of course! Registration On-site for all membership levels is available, beginning at $40 for Attending-level memberships.

Do be aware that the line for On-site registrations can be much longer and slower-moving than the Pre-registation line. To avoid this, we encourage our attendees to register online if possible. It's faster, and you get a discount for pre-registering!

Are there one-day registrations?

Can't make it for the whole convention? We'd still love to see you for one or two days! One-day registrations will be available at the registration table for $25 on Friday and Saturday, and $20 for Sunday. Please remember that you will need proper identification to be able to register.

Where do I go to register or pick up my badge?

At the registration desk, which will be located in the hotel lobby near the Hotel Check-In Desk.

What sort of ID do I need?

We need current, government-issued photo ID so that we can make sure nobody other than you is trying to pick up your badge, or register in your name. The four types of ID that are usually sufficient on their own are:

  • A driver's license
  • A state-issued ID card
  • A passport
  • A military ID.

If you do not have any of the above, we still need BOTH something with your name and photo on it that will confirm your identity (such as a school ID), and something with your name and date of birth (such as a birth certificate). Email registration@indyfurcon.com if you are unsure or need assistance.

I just realized I cannot go. Can I get a refund?

Yes. Refund requests can be handled by sending an email to registration@indyfurcon.com. Refunds are offered on the following basis, based on when your email is received in our system (immediately after submitting):

  • 100% full refund PRIOR TO June 1, 2018
  • 50% partial refund FROM June 1, 2018 THROUGH June 30, 2018.
  • No refunds of any kind will be available AFTER June 30, 2018.

Please include your real name, badge name, and badge number in the form. Please note that we are not able to offer deferred memberships.

I registered as a dealer. (or I was registered as a dealer's assistant.) Do I need to buy a registration?

While other conventions require you to register both as a dealer and an attendee, IndyFurCon does not require this. If you registered as a Dealer or Dealer's Assistant, your registration includes basic Attending membership, included in the cost. The "Dealer" or "Dealer's Assistant" label simply grants you special access into the dealer's space during set - up and tear - down periods, in addition to the snacks and beverages offered in our consuite.All dealers and dealers assistants are also welcome to upgrade to a Sponsor or Super Sponsor level for the added bonuses included with those membership.

How will I know I have registered?

When you see the confirmation page on our Online Registration system, you are registered! You will also receive an automated email confirmation of your registration to the email address provided when you checked out. This automated email will confirm your membership and the details of the data you provided us.

I didn't see the notification email. Is there another way to verify the status of my registration?

Yes. You can verify the status of memberships purchased on your credit card via our registration confirmation or upgrade system, or feel free to drop us an email at registration@indyfurcon.com.

I lost my registration receipt or email. Will I still be able to get in?

Yes. All you need is a form of legal identification with your photo on it.

Can I upgrade my membership to a sponsor or supersponsorship?

All levels are upgradable to higher levels at any time with our registration confirmation or upgrade system. Feel confidence in registering now, knowing that should you want to upgrade at a later point, you simply have to pay the current difference and you're upgraded, even at the door!

How much is an upgrade, and how do I arrange for one?

  • To upgrade your registration, we simply ask that you pay the difference between the original membership price you paid and the then-current price of the level to which you want to upgrade.
  • Upgrading your membership before the convention is as simple as using our reigstration confirmation or upgrade system, or sending us an email at registration@indyfurcon.com, no later than June 30. We will get back to you shortly with instructions on how to upgrade your registration. After this date, you can still upgrade your registration at the door.
  • To upgrade your registration at the convention, simply drop by our registration desk.

I am under 18 years of age. Can I still go to IndyFurCon?

We welcome attendees of all ages. People under 18 will, however, have to be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian, or have a signed and notarized Parental Consent for Minor Attendee form. We apologize if this is an inconvenience. You MUST have the original signed and notarized form available at the time you pick up your badge - NO EXCEPTIONS.

I'm not 18 now, but will be 18 before the con starts. Do I still need the Parental Consent for Minor Attendee form?

No. If you are an adult as of opening-ceremonies of the convention you will not need the Parental Consent for Minor Attendee form. If you are not an adult (18 years of age) as of that time, you will be required to have a notarized Parental Consent for Minor Attendee form even if you become an adult during the course of the convention.

What sort of identification will I need when I pick up my badge?

We accept government-issued ID that bears both your picture and your date of birth. Examples are a valid driver's license, a passport, or a state-issued ID card. A school ID is not acceptable on its own. We would want some form of secondary ID to go along with it.

I do not have any form of picture I.D. How do I get into the convention?

We suggest that you find some form of photo I.D. We can not admit anyone who is not able to show legal identification. Most states offer I.D. cards for people who do not wish to or are unable to obtain a drivers' license. If you cannot obtain a state-issued photo I.D., we will need some form of official I.D. that bears your picture (a school I.D., for example) and a second piece of identification that bears your date of birth (a birth certificate, for example). If you are in doubt, then bring as many pieces of identification as you can get your hands on.

I registered three weeks ago and have heard nothing. What's going on?

Can I use PayPal to pay for my registration?

We can not accept PayPal payments due to excessive surcharges and other concerns with that service.

Are donations made to IndyFurCon tax-deductible? Can I deduct any portion of my sponsorship or supersponsorship?

Sorry, no. Whoozfur Incorporation, the parent of IndyFurCon, is a 501(c)7 organization. That means it falls under the same category as "fraternal organizations, " since we felt that we really do not meet the Federal standards of a "pure public charity" or an "educational institution." Donations to IndyFurCon or Whoozfur Incorporation are not deductible from Federal taxes.

How do I change my badge name, my address on file, fix a spelling error, etc?

Please email registration@indyfurcon.com. We're able to easily make these changes up through July 17; beyond that point we cannot guarantee the changes. Please include your real name, badge name, and registered email address with these requests.

Can I get multiple badges, so my fursuits can have different ones?

No. IndyFurCon has a one-badge-per-attendee policy for security reasons.

What if I lose my badge at the convention?

Firstly: Please check the Lost and Found at the Registration Desk! Lost badges frequently turn up there. In addition, reprints are available. Please come to Registration and present your Photo ID. For security reasons, badge reprints cost $25 ($15 on Sundays). However, if you can locate your badge within 24 hours, and come to Registration with both badges, we will refund the reprint cost.