The newest iteration of AnDevCon (Android Developer Conference) is creeping up on us, and if you want to save some serious cash, now is the time to register. While the event doesn't actually kick off until May 14, 2012, you can stick a solid $550 back in your pocket by picking up your tickets before March 2 - a pretty substantial savings. Unless you don't like saving money, of course.

This contest is now over. Here are our winners, selected by the AP/AnDevCon committee:
  • Chainfire
  • Jesse Chen

Congratulations, guys - you will be contacted for your information in the near future!

Everyone else - keep participating and stay tuned to Android Police so that you don't miss our upcoming giveaway announcements. You can follow AP on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and RSS.

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So, what's AnDevCon all about? Developers, baby. It's four days of classes, exhibits, and networking, all built for developers, by developers. No marketing people, carriers, or manufacturers hanging around to sell you the latest crap you don't want; just 65+ classes from some of the leading companies in the biz, including El Goog itself (for more info on classes and speakers, go here).

As you can see by the above chart, the full ride will set you back $1,245 if you pick up your tickets before March 2.  Similarly, the three days even comes in at $1,045, while attending just the workshops comes in at $645, with all levels seeing price hikes on a monthly basis thereafter.


Like last year, though, we're a media partner of AnDevCon, so we happened to have a couple of passes to give away (you didn't think we were going to leave you to fend for yourself, did you?). The passes are for the full four-day event, but you're on your own when it comes travel arrangements, food, and, well, everything else.

So, how can you score a free in? Easy - leave a comment. Not just any comment, though; it has to be a comment telling us why you deserve to go. How could you benefit from this conference? We want to know why we should pick you.

So, hit the comments and make it happen. But to do it soon - the contest is over on February 13th at 11:59 PST.

To learn more about AnDevCon, go here.