Last Updated: 7/6/2019
Conference tickets are generally non-refundable, and they are for general admission to a conference event. We sell a single ticket per individual and do not allow bulk purchases. Handmade Seattle may perform limited discounts such as Early Bird sales, but prices may change at any time.
We may issue refunds and invalidate the conference ticket for a ticket holder under special circumstances, such as when:
The conference has been cancelled.
There is evidence of threats of violence or bodily harm expressed by the ticket holder.
We exercise our right to refuse service or entry as mandated or otherwise permitted by law.
We incorrectly sell a ticket when there are no more spaces available. In the unlikely event, a refund would be (ticket price) + (0.2 * ticket price) to account for the inconvenience.
Participation is encouraged. Historically, people have been discriminated against based on specific attributes. Some of these attributes include (but are not limited to): age, culture, ethnicity, gender identity or expression, national origin, physical or mental difference, politics, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, and subculture. We welcome people regardless of the values of these or other attributes.
We base some of the wording on the previous paragraph from the Ubuntu Diversity page.
If one subscribes to the Handmade Seattle newsletter, we may know the subscriber’s e-mail address through the Mailchimp service. We do not sell or otherwise distribute our mailing lists to any third parties.
Merchandise related to the conference, such as stickers, may be sold online. Purchases are generally non-refundable. Handmade Seattle may perform limited discounts and special sales, but prices may change at any time.
Handmade Seattle will have access to ticket holder’s information through Stripe, Inc., which is used to confirm the identity at the time of entry in a conference. If one subscribes to the newsletter, Handmade Seattle will have access that e-mail address through the Mailchimp service, as described in the Mail Subscriptions section.