There are no separate weekend tickets for Deaf or disabled customers. If you want to attend the Festival you must register and book your tickets as described below.
Registering for Tickets
As part of our on-going efforts to cut out ticket touting, everyone aged 13 and over (at the date of the Festival) will need to have registered in advance of tickets going on sale. Registration is free of charge.
Registration will close at 12 noon on Monday 3rd October, after which there will be no opportunity to submit/re-submit a registration until after both ticket sales. We recommend completing your registration by Friday 30th September. Please register well in advance if you intend to book tickets in either the coach or general admission sales in October, to allow time to re-submit your registration if you need to.
If you have registered since 2010, your registration number should still be valid, however we would advise that you check your existing registration well in advance of tickets going on sale, in case your photo is no longer a good likeness.
If you no longer have access to the email account which you originally used to register, you will need to submit a new registration. If in any doubt, please re-register well in advance of when you intend to book tickets.
Changes to your name and address will be reflected on your ticket, however if you change these details after you have submitted your order, you will need to also amend your delivery address directly with See Tickets.
Any registrations submitted prior to 2010 have been deleted. Anyone with a registration submitted prior to 2010 will therefore need to re-register before they can purchase tickets for the 2017 Festival (unless they already have a valid registration from a later year). If you registered prior to 2010 and intend to buy tickets for the 2017 Festival, please check to see if you have any valid registrations here or submit a fresh registration here.
Please Note: Those people attending on a PA ticket do not need to be registered.
Buying Festival Tickets
Once registered, you can pay a deposit for up to 6 tickets per transaction when they go on sale at glastonbury.seetickets.com. You will need the registration number and postcode for each person for whom you are booking a ticket.
The cost of general admission full weekend tickets (valid from Wednesday 21st June to Monday 26th June) for Glastonbury Festival 2017 is £238 + £5 booking fee per ticket.
UK Tickets can only be bought by Debit or Credit Card. International Tickets can only be bought by Visa Credit Card or Mastercard.
Please Note: See Tickets are the only company permitted to sell tickets for the Glastonbury Festival. No other site or agency will be allocated tickets.
As with the general release of tickets, Festival goers will be able to book up to six coach + ticket packages per transaction. Along with their deposit of £50 per person, those booking coach packages will be required to pay the full coach ticket price for their journey.
You will be asked to choose a Coach Departure Town and Coach Departure Day (Wednesday or Thursday). Please note you must choose one option for your group as a whole – you cannot select multiple options within one transaction. Details on the available coach routes and costs are below;
You must not book a coach package unless you are certain you will be able to travel on the coach you have selected, as travel on your chosen coach is mandatory in order to receive your Festival tickets.
In order to board the coach, your lead booker will need to present the E-Ticket to the driver of your allocated coach number, and all members within the party should be present.
Your Festival ticket(s) will be distributed once the coach has departed from the pick-up point. Please ensure you all have Photo ID available in order to receive your entry tickets.
Coach tickets for Personal Assistants (PA’s) & Children Aged 12 & Under
All passengers including Personal Assistants and children aged 12 and under must purchase a valid coach ticket in order to travel. If you intend on applying for a PA ticket through the Festivals PA 2-for-1 Ticket Scheme, then you will need to book this additional coach seat whilst making your coach package booking.
In order to check whether you are eligible for the PA scheme please refer to the information on the PA 2-for-1 Ticket Scheme.
Wheelchair Access on Coaches
Seetickets cannot guarantee all coaches will have wheelchair access and wheelchair storage facilities so if you require this then you must contact firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 30 days prior to the departure of your coach to ensure the coach you are booked onto has these facilities.
Please Note: Under no circumstances can a coach package ticket be exchanged for a standard admission ticket, or other ticket types. Travel on your chosen coach is mandatory in order to receive your Festival tickets.
Standard Weekend Tickets
Standard weekend tickets will go on sale at 9am BST on Sunday, 9th October via glastonbury.seetickets.com. Festival goers will be able to book up to six Standard weekend tickets per transaction. Festival goers will be able to book a ticket by paying a £50 deposit per person.
Balance payments (£188 + £5 booking fee) are payable in the first week of April 2017 (from 09:00 Saturday 1st April – 23:59 Friday 7th April).
You can pay the balance for up to 6 tickets in one transaction, providing you have all paid a deposit and they are all the same ticket type. By grouping your balance payments together, you will only pay one postage and packing fee. You will need to provide each of their registration numbers and postcodes in order to pay their balances.
Full Ticket Terms & Conditions
Full information about the ticket process, plus the terms & conditions can be found on the website.
Campervan tickets for 2017 will cost £100 for a standard pitch (up to 8m length) or £200 for a double pitch (up to 16m length).
Standard Campervan Tickets will go on sale later in October.
Campervan tickets for the accessible campsite will go on sale via the Access Team in November.
Please Note: If you need to stay in the accessible campsite do not buy a standard campervan ticket in October, you must buy one through the Access Team.
Campervan tickets for all fields will sell out so do get one of these early on.
Tickets for Worthy View will go on sale late in October. Please note Worthy View is located up a very steep slope which would be difficult for wheelchair users or customers using pushchairs to access. Although Worthy View does have a wheelchair accessible toilet it does not offer any additional access facilities.