IDG has sent word that two weeks remain for attendees to register for early bird pricing for Macworld Conference & Expo Boston, which will be held July 11-14 at the Hynes Convention Center. Through June 10, attendees can save money on a variety of conference packages and receive a free exhibit hall pass. After that date, prices go up until the day the show starts, when on-site registration becomes even more expensive.
Packages range from a half-day MacLab, which includes admission to some other sessions, for US$295 ($345 after June 10 and $395 on-site) to the everything-in-one Platinum Pass, which is $1,095 until June 10 ($1,195 after June 10 and $1,295 on-site). Like last year, Apple wonit be exhibiting at the show; the company was upset about the move from New York to Boston and has decided to forego the East Coast summer show for now. Other high-profile companies, such as Microsoft and Adobe, werenit on the list of exhibitors as The Mac Observer posted this article.