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What's In My Bag: SDCC Edition

I have been attending SDCC since 2013 and I feel like I have a pretty good idea about what I need to have on hand at all times. I thought I’d share my go-to items with you all in prep for the craziest Con of the year.
This will obviously be different for each person, so I would suggest using this as a general guide and then customize it to fit your specific needs!

A Refillable Water Bottle:
Who want's to spend 6$ on a bottle of water? Definitely not me however, should you realize you've forgotten yours spend the money once and reuse the one you bought! Works just as well.
Wallet/purse:
I keep my business cards handy and a contact card in case my bag gets left behind. It also doesn't hurt to have some cash on hand. Most vendors do take card but sometimes their machines go down or they do a cash only special. 
Personal Fan:
It can get pretty warm inside the con center as well as outside. Some of my friends use the motorized kind. I like the paper kind because its easier to carry an…

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