Glastonbury Festival prices confirmed

Glastonbury Festival has confirmed the prices and more details for the 2016 event. 

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The organisers have pushed the registration deadline to 9am on Tuesday 29th September

New registrations can be carried out here

Check existing registrations here

Tickets for next year’s festival have been confirmed as being priced at £228 + £5 booking fee per ticket + postage per booking with up to a maximum of 6 tickets. 

Tickets will go on sale at 9am BST on Sunday, 4th October and are reserved with a deposit of £50, with the remaining balance paid in the spring. Unwanted tickets will have a £15 administration fee and will be place in a resale of tickets

There are 135,000 tickets up for grabs for Glasto 2016, that may sound like a lot but demand in recent years as simply outstripped supply. Tickets for this year’s event (2015) sold out in around 25 minutes.

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– Entry to the Festival, with over 3,000 acts across more than 100 stages
– Five nights camping (with no early entry fees)
– Free programme
– Free miniguide
– Free cotton bag
– Free mobile phone charging
– Free on-site newspaper
– Free mobile app
– Free firewood
– Kidzfield, where all entertainment, rides and activities are free of charge
– Support for Oxfam, Greenpeace, Wateraid and hundreds of other worthy causes (£2 million donated in 2014)
– Funds to improve the Festival’s infrastructure and environmental impact

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As part of the Festival’s continued commitment to green travel,  15,000 coach + ticket packages will – as in previous years – be sold in advance of the general sale. These coach + ticket packages will go on sale at 7pm BST on Thursday, 1st October, via glastonbury.seetickets.com, rewarding green travellers with the chance to be the first to secure their Glastonbury 2016 tickets.

When you chose a coach package the balance of the coach ticket paid in full along with the deposit. Please note you can still travel by coach if you just buy a standard ticket. Seecoaches run the ticket/coach packages, whereas National Express run the coaches that can be booked after you secure a standard ticket.

National Express, is running services from over 70 locations direct to the Festival’s own on-site coach station right by the Festival gates.

If you purchase a ticket/coach package you have to travel on the coach to receive your festival ticket and entry. 

Departure points and prices for ticket/coach packages are as follows:

glastonbury-coach-prices

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Campervan tickets for 2016 will cost £100 and will be released as part of the accommodation sale, alongside Worthy View and Tipis in mid-late October. Further information about this sale will be released after the main ticket sales. If you book a campervan ticket and later change your mind, refunds are available prior to the ticket refund deadline; subject to an administration charge of £10.

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Car Park tickets are £35, these will be available when paying your ticket balance in April.

Useful Links:

Glastonbury Area Guide (Some 2015 details)

Glastonbury Ticket Guide And Tips

Our Massive Full Guide