It’s that time of year again. Time to pray to the festival gods, practice your speed typing and try to secure some Glastonbury tickets! To help take some of the stress out of the situation, here’s our guide to everything you need to know.
Tickets go on sale from 9AM on Sunday 4th October. As with previous years, tickets are likely to sell out extremely quickly so be online and on the site well before then.
A deposit of £50 per ticket is required. UK residents can buy using debit cards only, so ensure there are enough funds in your account.
You need to have already registered in order to be able to buy a ticket. If you didn’t register, then it is too late. However, you will be able to register again later in the month for a limited resale next year.
Keep close to hand the registration number and postcode of every person you are trying to buy tickets for. You’ll need to quickly enter these along with your payment details.
No further payment will be taken until April, when the remaining balance of £178 per ticket will need to be paid. Car parking will need to be booked later at a price of £25 per car and £100 per campervan.
Tickets for Worthy View, the festival’s official pre-erected camp site, will go on sale later in October.