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Date Posted: 22:08:33 05/28/17 Sun
Author: x
Subject: Not the O.P. But it could matter if different people want to attend nationals on different days. If there are "day by day" wristbands then it is easy to have grandma go one day, and sister go another. If it is ONE wrist band, then that is harder.
In reply to: no 's message, "Guess what - here's a scoop - you will get the wristbands that you get. Does it really even matter if it is day by day, or for two days, or for the entire time?" on 09:42:27 05/28/17 Sun

Large family could book one block room and another room elsewhere. The family is entitled to 4 wristbands for every day they book a room. So 4 people from the family could go to Nationals each day and be well within the rules.

If there is ONE wristband for the whole week, it makes it harder for people to use their 4 wristbands per day, for different people. This isn't cheating or breaking the rules. 1 room - 4 wristbands.

Seems like a reasonable question to me, and I'm not even going to Nationals. Why are people so quick to jump down the next guys throat. Be kind. Assume the best of people. Just be nice.

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