Registration for Google I/O 2017 has started, February 27 is the last day to apply

Registration for Google I/O 2017 has started, February 27 is the last day to apply

The wait is over guys, Google I/O 2017 registration is now open. Registration for I/O 2017 has already started so hurry up before you realize it will be too late. The registration process will end on February 27 at 5 PM Pacific. That’s means you have only four days left to apply so act fast.

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From Google end, the selection process is the same like we have seen in past previous years. Google will pick random names and select them it’s like playing the lottery or drawing to decide who will get the tickets. As you know this is one of the most waited events so every developer, tech geeks, and technology lovers want to attend. So this is possibly the best way to choose who will get the tickets. So that there won’t be any fight or you won’t see a long queue of entries. 

Google will select the attendees randomly on February 28, if you happen to get the ticket Google will notify you.

If you are thinking how to apply, the process of submitting your application is very simple. All you have to do is click the link at the bottom of this post. Once you click read carefully each and every step so that you won’t miss anything.

To submit your application:

You’ll need to sign in with a Google account or Gmail address of your choosing. If your current email address isn’t a Google account, you can associate it to a Google account here.

You’ll be asked to provide payment details and a payment pre-authorization will be made on your card. But don’t worry, we’ll only charge you if you’re selected on February 28th. If you’re not selected, the pre-authorization will be automatically released after a maximum of 7 days.

The order in which applications are received has no bearing on the outcome. Only one application per person is allowed.

If you got selected for Google I/O 2017, in that case, the ticket will cost you $1,150 if you are regular attendees. If you are an active full-time student, professor, faculty or staff at a high school or higher education institution, then the ticket will cost you only $375.

Google I/O Registration Link