We are “disrupting” our ticket process for UX Camp CPH 2018!

This year, we have a raffle designed to give everyone a chance to sign up to get a chance at buying a ticket. The sign-up process for the raffle runs over several days. When the raffle sign-up closes, we raffle off the tickets in a randomised process. We then notify those picked in the raffle and let them know they have two days in which to make the official purchase of a ticket. If they don’t buy the ticket in those two days, the ticket becomes available to others on the waiting list.

Why the disruption?

  • You don’t have to stress.
  • You get more time to sign up.
  • We get a chance to get to know our audience better through demographics.

Last year, people had trouble logging in to an overwhelmed Eventbrite system. Tickets were sold out in under 1 minute! We feel our new system gives more people the opportunity to at least sign up for a chance to buy a ticket. The randomised raffle aims to give all potential ticket holders a more equal opportunity at an actual ticket.

When does the raffle run?

  1. The raffle opens Monday, April 2nd at noon CET (DK time).
  2. The raffle closes Friday, April 6th at noon CET (DK time).
  3. Notifications are sent to potential ticket holders: Friday April 6th after the raffle closes.

You can only buy a ticket for yourself.

How much?
The event is primarily supported by our generous sponsors. The tickets are, however, sold with a price tag of 150 DKK (approx. €20) to add a level of commitment to the registration, and to limit the amount of no-shows. We would be sad to see empty seats while turning people away at the ticket stand.

If you get a ticket and cannot attend the camp, please let us know at We can then pass it on to someone on the waiting list, so we all can enjoy a fully booked event – The more, the merrier!

What’s included?
A ticket will give you access to both days of the camp. This includes food and coffee for everybody during the camp and entry to the dinner and party on Saturday evening (Wow, amazing stuff, huh?!).