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Forgive me if there is an obvious answer for this, I've never been to Reapercon before. I am needing quite a few Reaper paints. Will they be for sale at the Con? If so, would they have a Show discount? If not, I'll just go ahead and order some from Reaper now.



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Thanks for trying to help, but yall didn't give accurate info so I removed your posts.


The Reaper Booth is my responsibility. 

I will have the complete range of all of our paints available for purchase on site as well as our Retail Store located at the Factory will also have the entire range available.

We do not usually carry them packaged in the triads.


As for discounts, there will be show specials available on site.  As we have not nailed down exactly what that will be, I am not sharing that information in advance.


Yes, the Retail Store does usually have a discount bin of misprints and other factory second paints.


I will very likely have extra SWAG and VIP paints for sale in limited quantities as well.


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