If you are going to electronica make life easy and register online

21st September 2010
ES Admin
Messe Munchen International (MMI), organizer of electronica 2010, announces that online visitor registration is now available at: By pre-registering for electronica 2010, visitors can save up to 20% on ticket prices, get free travel to and from the show on Munich’s MVV transportation network and avoid the entry queues on arrival at the New Munich Trade Fair Centre.
electronica is the World’s largest trade fair for the electronics industry and is held every two years in Munich. Dates for electronica 2010 are Tuesday November 9th to Friday November 12th inclusive. Visitors will be able to inspect and discuss exhibits from more than 2800 companies representing every aspect of the electronics industry from semiconductors, connectors and other electromechanical devices to measuring and testing systems, electronics design and embedded products, passive components, power supplies and PCBs through to EMS and distribution.

Online registration is a very simple process. Visitors are asked to create a personal trade fair account by providing some basic information. Once an account is opened, it is possible to purchase entry tickets for a single day (Euro 26.50), two days (Euro 45.00) or for all four days (Euro 61.00).

The same process can be used to redeem entry vouchers which exhibitors purchase for their customers. In order to exchange a voucher for a day’s ticket, holders also need to set up a personal trade fair account. Once established, voucher holders need only enter the serial number to exchange the voucher for a ticket.

These are so-called “Print @ Home” tickets which gives the holder immediate entry to electronica 2010 without queuing. The ticket also provides free travel to the trade fair using Munich’s MVV transportation system. A ticket for travel from electronica 2010 will be provided on exit each day. It also entitles the holder to a free exhibition catalogue.

Pre-registration also allows visitors to register for the electronica newsletter which is an essential source of show news and information.

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