Buying Festival Tickets


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 ongoing efforts to cut out ticket touting, anyone who would like to attend this year's Festival will need to have registered in advance of tickets going on sale. Registration remains free of charge.

If you're not already registered, then go to www.glastonburyregistration.co.uk.

You can also check your existing registration by clicking here, and edit your details here.

Registration will close on September 30th so please make sure you do this in advance of this date.

Please Note: Those people attending on a PA ticket do not need to be registered.

Buying Festival Tickets

Both combined coach & festival ticket packages and standard tickets will go on sale at the beginning of October via glastonbury.seetickets.com. The exact dates and ticket price will be announced via the website in the coming weeks.

As in previous years, Festival goers will be able to book a ticket by paying a £50 deposit per person.

You will need the registration number and postcode for each person for whom you are booking a ticket. Tickets will be available to buy online only at glastonbury.seetickets.com

UK Tickets can only be bought by Debit Card or Bankers Draft/ Postal Order. 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.

Coach Package Tickets

Festival goers will be able to book up to six coach + ticket packages per transaction. Along with their £50 deposit per person, those booking coach packages will be required to pay the full coach ticket price for their journey. A list of pick-up locations and prices will be available on the website in September.

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

See Tickets cannot guarantee all coaches will have wheelchair access and wheelchair storage facilities so if you require this then you must contact coachtravel@seetickets.com no later than 30 days prior to the departure of your coach to ensure the coach you are booked onto has these facilities.

Standard Weekend Tickets


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


Ticket balances will be due in April 2015, for both UK and international buyers. 
It will not be possible to pay for a Festival ticket in full in October, when only deposits will be taken.

 

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