Q: Why does 1 or more of my tickets say UNREGISTERED?
A: Rest assured, your UNREGISTERED ticket is still a valid ticket. All this means is that once you get to the Home Show you can register the second ticket (or subsequent tickets) with contact details on the registration pods within the Show. This then allows each registered ticket entry to the Door Prize competition as well as the ability to scan their ticket with certain exhibitors (for more info, competition entry etc) without having to fill in your details each time.
The reason we don’t ask you to register each ticket during your online purchase is to save you time during this process, as we only need one registered email address to send the online tickets to at that point.
Q: How do I get to the Auckland Home Show?
Q: How much are tickets to the Home Show?
A: You can purchase Adult tickets online for $18, or on the door for $20.
Seniors (65+) are $16 at all times and children (under 18-years) are free at all times.
Buy your tickets online here
Q: Can I buy from the stallholders at the Home Show?
A: Yes absolutely! Most exhibitors will be selling their products (and/or taking orders) at the Auckland Home Show, and usually at a special Home Show discount.
Q: Can I pre-purchase tickets?
A: Yes, Tickets can be pre-purchased via the Home Show website. And if you buy your tickets online, you’ll not only jump the queue at the gate, but you’ll SAVE on the Door Price as well.
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Q: Is there an ATM available at the Auckland Home Show?
A: Yes, there is an ASB Bank ATM in the main hall foyer, however sometimes you need to join a queue, so we recommend getting cash out before you arrive at the Home Show.
Q: What are the opening hours?
A: Opening hours are 10am – 9pm Wednesday through to Friday, and 10am – 6pm on Saturday and Sunday.
Q: Do I have to pre book a session in the Seminar Series?
A: No. We have seating for approx. 100 people per seminar.
Q: Is there a cost to attend any of the seminars?
A: No. All our seminars are free to attend and seating is available on a ‘first come’ basis. Please visit our ‘Design, Renovate Decorate Seminars’ web page here to see what sessions you wish to attend.
Q: Do I need a ticket if I belong to the building trade?
A: Yes, but Trade Industry Professionals can pre-register online for a $10 Trade Ticket to the Home Show. Please visit our Trade Visitors page to find out more about qualifying for trade entry.
Q: Are there toilet facilities?
A: Yes, there are plenty of restroom facilities available onsite, as well as a Parents Room. Please refer to the map inside the Show Guide (available upon entry) for locations.
Q: Is there a ‘Parents Room’ facility?
A: Yes, there is a Parents Room available for feeding and changing in the main pavilion (outside Hall 4).
Q: Are there cloakroom or storage facilities?
A: No, there are no cloakroom or storage facilities available onsite.
Q: Is there a café / food available at the Auckland Home Show?
A: Yes, there are café’s and coffee carts located at various points around the Home Shows, with a wide selection of food available. There is also a large assortment of ‘food vendors’ located on the main street.
Q: How much are tickets for children?
A: Children under 18-years get free entry into the Home Show.
Q: Can I bring my dog to the Home Show?
A: No dogs or pets are allowed entry within the ASB Showgrounds, excepting of course Registered Guide or Service Dogs.
Q: Is there parking available at the Show?
A: There is parking available next door at Alexander Park and within surrounding streets. See here for best parking options.
Q: Who is the organiser of the Show?
A: Exhibitions and Events New Zealand (EENZ) was established by Jane Ford, Managing Director. Its directors have 40 years of experience developing many of Australia and New Zealands’s best trade and consumer shows. Our focus is on staging excellent exhibitions that meet our client’s unique requirements, both exhibitors and visitors. To learn more about us, visit our Contact us page.