Attendee Frequently Asked Questions

The Show

Total Product Expo (TPE) is the premier international B2B trade show that brings manufacturers, distributors, and independent retailers together under one roof for three huge days of buying, selling, networking, and a whole lot of fun.

Now approaching its eighth year, TPE has grown to encompass two floors of the Las Vegas Convention Center and features hundreds of exhibitors and thousands of brands encompassing over sixty product categories.

TPE24 will take place January 31—February 2, 2024 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Las Vegas Convention Center
South Hall 3-4 – Upper level
3150 Paradise Road
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Wednesday, January 31, 2024

Thursday, February 1, 2024

Friday, February 2, 2024

TPE is a B2B show that’s not open to the public; you must be 21+ years of age to enter.

Registration is open! When you pre-register, you can save $75 and gain access to the TPE24 Event Hub to begin exploring and engaging with Exhibitors coming to the show.

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Please reach out to us on our Contact Us page.

Head over to the Industry Night After Party page for all the details.

This year’s party will be held at the Omnia Nightclub at Caesars Palace. It will take place Wednesday, January 31, from 9:00pm – 12:00am. 

Smoking is allowed during show hours in the exhibit hall and on the show floor only. No smoking is allowed anywhere else in the building.


A registrant must provide their Media Name, Website, and various credentials to qualify for a Press Badge.

Credentials must include the following: Press Badge, Articles, Interviews or Media Files.

Press badges are free of charge for those who meet the proper credentials.

All press badge requests must be submitted by January 17, 2024. Any requests submitted after that date may take longer to review/process and are not guaranteed. 

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Hotel Scam / Phishing Notice:

Please note that TPE does not sell attendee or exhibitor lists. TPE will not call you about your hotel reservations or monorail tickets. If you are personally contacted, it is typically the result of solicitors obtaining public information from the internet. We recommend that you disregard, as these are scams.