Ticket re-sale today – now sold out

April 11, 2010

11:07am UPDATE: Tickets have now completely sold out (inc coach packages). Thanks to everyone who bought them and apologies to those of you who missed out.

10.32am UPDATE: Confirmation emails are going out now, but please allow 24 hours – and check your spam folder. And you can still buy coach/ticket packages from www.seetickets.com/g2010

10.07am UPDATE: Standard tickets now sold out, BUT tickets + coach still available. If you didn’t get a car park ticket, but need one, these can be bought at a later date.

9.57am UPDATE: There are still tickets available, both individually and with coach tickets http://www.seetickets.com/g2010

9.30am UPDATE: We’re experiencing huge demand to both this site and Seetickets’ site, but there ARE currently still tickets available.

The re-sale of cancelled tickets for this year’s Festival will take place today (Sun April 11th) at 9am.

Buy online: www.seetickets.com/g2010
Buy via Seetickets booking line: 0844 412 4635.

The numbers are limited and we expect them to sell out quite quickly.

In order to purchase tickets in the re-sale, you must be registered. The registration look-up page has now been disabled (to ease pressure on Seetickets’ website). Everyone eligible to purchase tickets has been sent an email which includes a reminder of their registration number and postcode. If you’re not sure what details you have registered with us, please refer to that email.

For more information about ticket sales and registration, please visit our ticket information page.

As well as standard Festival tickets (costing £185), there will be a limited number of Combined Coach and Festival Tickets on sale. These tickets include either single or return coach tickets from a range of locations around the UK.

We really want to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions produced by Glastonbury 2010. A major way we can achieve this is by helping audience members to travel together, as audience transport actually contributes to two thirds of the Festival’s total emissions.  Traveling by coach reduces the number of cars on the road which means less traffic queuing to enter the site and less CO2 emissions from cars in slow traffic approaching the site.

A coach traveling to the Festival at full capacity is the most carbon efficient way to arrive:
A festival goer travels an average return journey of 273 miles so the CO2 emissions:
On a coach, one person = 6.02kg of CO2
On a train, one person = 28.40kg of CO2
In a car or campervan, one person = 37.77kg of CO2
If you do come by car, please try to make sure it is full of passengers to help reduce cars on the road and emissions.

As well as it being the greenest way to travel to Glastonbury it is also the most convenient because the coach drops you right by the main gate.

Combined Coach and Festival Ticket prices are listed below:

BRISTOL: Single (£207.50), Return (£221.50)

LONDON: Single (£216.50), Return (£239.00)

MANCHESTER: Single (£221.50), Return (£248.50)

LEEDS: Single (£223.50), Return (£253.00)

NOTTINGHAM: Single (£219.50), Return (£245.00)

TAUNTON: Single (£206.5), Return (£218.50)

WINCHESTER: Single (£215.50), Return (£236.50)


Please note:

· For all Combined Coach and Festival Tickets, it is mandatory that you travel on the coach.

· Only the Coach travel portion of combined tickets will be sent out in advance.

· Your Festival tickets will be handed out to the lead booker only by the coach driver at a point during the journey.

· All coaches are for travel to the Festival site on WEDNESDAY 23RD JUNE with returns on Monday 28th June.

Coach Timetable


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