Today is your last chance to register for the Glastonbury 2020 ticket sales, with the deadline set at 5pm this afternoon.
Anyone who hasn’t registered with their name, address and photo by the 5pm deadline won’t be able to buy tickets, and nobody else will be able to buy one for them either.
While one person can buy up to six tickets, they will need to enter a unique registration number and matching postcode for each ticket purchased. Tickets are printed with that person’s name and photo and are never transferrable.
To register, visit GlastonburyRegistration.co.uk. Registration is free and only takes a couple of minutes. Make sure the photo you submit meets the requirements given; if it’s rejected after the deadline you won’t be able to reapply.
Tickets for Glastonbury’s 50th anniversary next summer will go on sale at 9am, Sunday 6th October. Festival tickets bundled with coach travel will be sold a few days earlier at 6pm, Thursday 3rd October. All tickets typically sell out within an hour of going on sale.
Anyone who has registered before doesn’t need to register again, but organisers advise you check your registration details here. Your photo must still be “a good likeness” of how you look now, and it’s worth checking your email address and postcode are up to date.
Registration will re-open after the October ticket sales, and limited tickets will be available next year when any unwanted tickets are resold.
Successful registration doesn’t guarantee tickets, as demand always exceeds supply. Last year, coach tickets sold out in 29 minutes and general admission tickets sold out within 36 minutes of going on sale.
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