G.I. Joe Collectors Club posts “Package Matrix” to clarify convention packages

As G.I. Joe fans wait eagerly for JoeCon registration, which is very likely to happen today, the G.I. Joe Collectors’ Club has posted a “Package Matrix” which breaks down all of the various packages you can purchase and what is included with each one.

You can find the matrix on GIJoeCon.com.

Also, as you’re reading through the brochure, if you come across any confusion, I would highly recommend that you listen to the special edition What’s on Joe Mind podcast episode that Gary and I recorded, which breaks down every step of the brochure and what you can expect along the way.

Check that out at our Podbean Page, or also embedded below.

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  • Scramble

    I find the use of a yes column for most but a no column for some confusing. So if someone gets a Golden Ticket American Hero package, they are not eligible for a loose set because the no column is dotted but they are eligible for GT Aide Package addition because the no column is not dotted? It’s a binary chart, why modify what the binary means?

  • Anonymous

    The “Yes” and “No” refers to whether or not it is included in the cost. The dot only reflects whether that option is included. So where the loose set says “No” but has a dot, that means the Loose set IS an option, it’s just not included with the cost.

  • 788 Vs. Your Name Here

    my eyes are old! could that thing be any smaller?

    i understand completely what i want to purchase….i just need to know when the hell i can do it and hope im fast enough.

  • Scramble

    Okay, that makes sense now. Thanks!