go in vs get in


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Are "go in" and "get in" interchangeable?

For instance, standing outside a local club where a music performance is taking place, I ask...
How much is it to get in?
How much is it to go in?

I believe they both are OK but I've only heard "get in" used.
Are both correct or should I say, "How much is it to come in?" instead?
Or does it depend on who I ask? In other words, if I ask a friend that came with me, I should use 'go' and if I ask someone who works there, 'come' should be used?
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