How to Get Tickets for Glastonbury 2024
General sale for next year Glastonbury Music Festival starting this Sunday ie, November 19, after a rather disastrous coach sale on Thursday with technical issues and thousands of disappointed fans. Because of this failure to satisfy demand, the next sale should be more competitive than ever.
If the last sale let you down, or you’re trying to get in for the first time, here’s our handy guide to maximizing your chances on Sunday.
The right way to get tickets for Glastonbury 2024
If you’re not already aware, you can only buy legitimate Glastonbury tickets at the fest official website. Any other sellers who claim to have tickets are selling them illegally. Tickets will cost £355 ($442 in US money), of which £75 will be taken as an immediate deposit. The general sale starts at 9am GMT, UK time zone.
Please remember that registration of interest in buying tickets closed on 15 November. Keep all registration details and card information close to you, so you don’t lose the tickets in your basket while frantically trying to get them.
Despite common advice, opening multiple tabs does not increase your ticket chances. Instead, it slows down the browser, and ticket site servers are often confused by all the attempts to access from the same source. Instead, use multiple devices – computers, tablets, phones, etc. If you can, use your phone data, which may be faster than your Wi-Fi.
However, it should be noted that there has been mixed advice regarding the use of multiple devices. Many people who get pit tickets for concerts mention that the device trick is necessary to get their desired ticket, but others report that this slows down the website. Just like in life, there are no guarantees that one method will work better than the other.
If you are attending with someone and they are available at the time of sale, let them try to get tickets too. You can buy up to six tickets at once, so keep in touch to see who wins. If you have the chance to go with more than one other person, create a group chat. Or, a friend with your registration details can help you.
But what if you don’t manage to get the tickets in the end and they sell out? Well, no need to despair. If you are unable to get a ticket, a rollover of returnable tickets will be issued in April, before the summer festival. Keep a note of this in your diary or your device’s calendar, and check your inbox and spam folder often around this time. Do not buy from third party sellers, as tickets may be fake or scalped tickets may be rejected outright.
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