The resales of cancelled/refunded tickets for Glastonbury 2022 will take place at 6pm (GMT) on Thursday, 24th March (coach + ticket packages) and 9am (BST) on Sunday, 27th March (general admission tickets). Full information about tickets for the 2022 Festival can be found here.
Here are the answers to some of the most Frequently Asked Questions about the resale.
WHAT IS THE TICKET RESALE?
Following the ticket balance payment window, we will be selling a limited number tickets for which the balance was not settled. These will consist of general admission tickets and coach + ticket packages.
WHEN IS THE RESALE?
The resale of returned coach packages will take place at 6pm (GMT) on Thursday, 24th March. The resale of returned general admission tickets will take place at 9am (BST) on Sunday, 27th March.
WHERE CAN I BUY A TICKET?
The resale will only be available at glastonbury.seetickets.com.
DO WE NEED TO BE REGISTERED FOR THE RESALE?
Yes. Everyone for whom you are booking must be registered. If you are not registered, we advise registering here by Friday, 18th March to allow for the registration to be processed and resubmitted if needed.
If you are already registered you can use your existing registration number and do not need to re-register. We advise you check your details online prior to registration closing, in case you need to provide any new details.
Registration closes at 5pm GMT on Monday 21st March, and will not reopen until after the resale.
HOW MUCH DO TICKETS COST?
Tickets cost £280 + £5 booking per person. Secure delivery of general admission tickets is charged at £9.30 postage per order. (Coach package e-Ticket delivery is £2.50 per order.) A list of coach prices can be found here (you’ll need to add the price of the Festival ticket too). UK Tickets can now be purchased with a UK debit card or Visa or Mastercard credit cards. International Tickets can only be bought by Visa Credit Card or Mastercard Credit Card.
DO I NEED TO PAY THE FULL BALANCE IN THE RESALE, OR CAN I JUST PAY A DEPOSIT?
The deposit scheme for 2022 is now closed. Tickets bought in the resales must be paid for in full at the time of booking.
HOW MANY TICKETS CAN I BUY IN THE RESALE?
In the general admission resale on Sunday 27th March you may purchase up to 4 tickets per transaction – but remember that you can only book one ticket per registration. So if you plan to book for a group, you will need all their registration numbers and registered postcodes, too – get them ready now.
The coach package sale on Thursday 24th March will be limited to 2 tickets per transaction, to reflect the limited number of seats available per coach. Again, you will need the registration number for each ticket you are booking.
HOW MANY TICKETS WILL BE IN THE RESALE?
As in previous years, the exact number of tickets in the resale will not be announced. But it is a limited quantity.
WHAT DOES ‘ALL AVAILABLE TICKETS HAVE NOW BEEN ALLOCATED’ MEAN?
There are only limited numbers of tickets available in the resales, so once orders are being processed for all the tickets that are available, it will no longer be possible to access the booking page, and you will see a message that ‘All available tickets have now been allocated”. If you see this message, please refresh the page, as any orders which cannot be processed will be released back to sale.
Once all ticket purchases have been processed, the website will display a ‘SOLD OUT’ message and no more tickets will be released back to sale.
WHICH TOWNS AND CITIES ARE COVERED BY THE COACH PACKAGES?
The coach packages, provided by See Tickets, will be from the locations listed here. Please note the prices indicated are for the coach travel only – you will need to add the cost of the Festival ticket to this to create the package price. NB: Coach travel to the Festival is also available from National Express for general admission ticket holders.
WHAT IF THE COACH PACKAGE I WANT IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE?
As in previous years, the exact number of tickets in the resale will not be announced. But it is a limited quantity. See is running more than 300 coaches to the Festival, and the coach package tickets are spread across these. As it’s likely that people will be attempting to buy these very limited packages at the same time, it may be that someone else manages to complete the purchase before you do. A purchase is only confirmed when payment has been successfully processed.
If you choose a departure town, and then see a message that says “Tickets not available”, this means all the seats that were available on that coach have already been requested by another booker. Please select a different departure point, to check for availability on another coach.
We would strongly advise you only book a coach package which it is feasible for you to travel on, as bookings cannot be transferred, and your Festival tickets will be reliant on you travelling on the correct coach.
IF I BOOK A COACH PACKAGE DO I HAVE TO TRAVEL ON THE COACH?
Yes. For coach packages you will only be sent your coach tickets in advance – your Festival entry tickets will be handed out on the coach.
Travel on your chosen coach is mandatory. Please do not book a coach package unless you are certain you will be able to travel on the coach you have selected.
CAN I BOOK COACH PACKAGES FROM DIFFERENT DESTINATIONS AT THE SAME TIME?
No, you can only book coach packages from one destination in one transaction.
CAN I BOOK A COACH SEAT FOR MY CHILD OR ACCESSIBILITY PA TO TRAVEL WITH ME IF THEY DON’T HAVE A FESTIVAL TICKET?
All passengers including children aged 12 and under, and Personal Assistants allocated tickets under the Accessibility PA scheme, must purchase a valid coach ticket in order to travel. If you are travelling with children aged 12 or under, who do not require an entry ticket for the festival, or a PA allocated tickets by the Accessibility Coordinator you will need to contact email@example.com upon completing your booking in order to enquire about additional coach seats (NB: standard fares apply). Please note Coach Seats are now severely limited, and See cannot guarantee there will be any availability on your coach. See Tickets also cannot guarantee all coaches will have wheelchair access and storage facilities. If you require wheelchair access or wheelchair storage you must contact firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 30 days prior to departure to ensure the appropriate facilities can be provided.
CAN I STILL BOOK A CAMPERVAN, TIPI, WORTHY VIEW, STICKLINCH OR CAR PARK TICKET?
Car park tickets will be available during the general admission resale on Sunday 27th March. Any Campervan, Tipi, Sticklinch and Worthy View cancellations will go back on sale immediately after the general admission resale at 11am, via glastonbury.seetickets.com. Naturally you won’t be able to book a car parking or campervan place if you’re booking a coach package, though.
ACCESS FACILITIES & HOW TO APPLY
Accessible campervan & caravan spaces have now all sold out. Please do not buy a ticket in the resale if you require one of these.
Customers wanting to use any of the other onsite access facilities or the PA scheme can request the access application once they have secured their ticket in one of the resales by contacting – email@example.com
The deadline for resale access applications will be Sunday 17th April.
CAN I STILL BUY A WATER BOTTLE IN THE RESALE?
Yes. We have more than 850 taps across the Glastonbury site which provide free, safe drinking water. This year we are once again working together with WaterAid to provide a reusable 500ml stainless steel water bottle featuring an etched design. The bottles will cost £10 each, with £2 going to WaterAid. They are available to pre-order when booking your tickets and can be picked up from the WaterAid kiosks or water bars across site.
You can fill any water bottle at WaterAid’s kiosks and water bars and at any of the hundreds of water points for free. A reusable water bottle saves money and reduces the amount of litter generated onsite and we urge you to bring one. As part of Glastonbury’s sustainability goals we continue to look at ways of reducing the waste that is generated on the Festival site, which is why once again single-use plastic drinks bottles will not be available to purchase onsite at this year’s Glastonbury Festival (although canned water will be available from food traders). If you forget to buy a water bottle when booking your tickets, a limited number of reusable water bottles will be available to purchase from the Water Aid water points on site at the Festival.
Photo: Andrew Allcock