How do I make a second or third payment for my conference fee?
To make additional payments, simply return to the registration page, check that all your registration information and credit card information is correct, and click "Submit" at the bottom. You will not be registered again, you'll simply be charged $147 for your second payment for the conference.
How do I know how much I still owe for my conference registration? Can I log in to the website to look it up?
Yes. On the registration page near the credit card information at the bottom, there will be a line that says, "Total Payments Received." If it says "$425 of $425" or "$441 of $441," then you're paid up.
Also, on the last email receipt you received when you last submitted payment for the conference, there is a line that says "Total Amount Owed:" which states how much you still owe for your conference registration. If it's zero, then you're all paid up.
Which airport do I take?
Most attendees fly into Tampa International (TPA). St.Pete/Clearwater Regional (PIE) is a smaller regional airport, but sometimes has flights that are more convenient, depending on where you live.
Which airport is closer to the hotel?
The Tampa and St. Pete/Clearwater airports are an equal distance from the hotel when you take traffic into consideration. (Tampa is technically farther away, but the route to the hotel is nearly all highway, whereas St. Pete/Clearwater is closer, but requires a more complicated route to the hotel.) In other words, it's six of one, half-dozen of the other. You should pick your airport based on the airline. Tampa is a large, international airport that services most large cities and hubs. St. Pete/Clearwater is a small regional airport.
How do I get from the airport to the hotel?
You can book a reservation with SuperShuttle.
Registrants who cancel before AUGUST 15, 2017, will receive a refund of 80% of the amount paid, not including processing or convenience fees. On or after August 16, 2017, no refunds will be given except for instances of medical emergencies. Please do not abuse this provision. Thank you!