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What's better than getting to attend a hands-on technology event with thousands of like-minded enthusiasts? How about attending two such shows for one low price?!

We've teamed up with our good friends at MAKE Magazine to make that a reality: now for $50 you can pick up a bundle ticket that gets you into both World Maker Faire in New York City on September 21st and 22nd (choose your day pass when purchasing the bundle), plus our own Expand NY on November 9th and 10th. That's two amazing opportunities to see and interact with some of the most interesting projects and people in technology, from the next great inventors to the biggest names in consumer electronics.

Don't miss it...

DNP Expand and World Maker Faire Two great events at one smart price!If you've been to one then you already know, but if you've never had a chance to check out World Maker Faire or Expand, well, you're in for a treat. Both are designed to celebrate inventors and creativity, and will get you hands-on with some of the coolest projects out there. Plus, you'll get to chat with both the smartest people in the hardware industry and those poised to disrupt the industry. Don't miss your chance to participate in both of these events for one reasonable price; pick up your bundle ticket before sales end at 3pm ET (noon PT) on September 17th.

Upon registration you'll receive your Expand ticket, while your World Maker Faire ticket will arrive by email after bundle sales close on September 17th. Those passes grant you a World Maker Faire day pass at the New York Hall of Science in Flushing Meadows, Queens, New York City, and get you into Expand at NYC's Javits Center for the full weekend of November 9th. If you have any questions or issues about the bundle, please contact eventsupport [AT] engadget [DOT] com -- and we can't wait to see you in New York this fall!

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