After a year’s break, today (4th October) marks the first starting-gun for tickets to 2019’s Glastonbury Festival.

Set to kick off at 6pm GMT, tonight’s sale will be for a limited run of 15,000 ‘coach + ticket’ combo packages, and will come ahead of this Sunday’s official release of the final 150,000 ticket-only passes.

Here’s all the info you need if you’re trying for coach passes:

  • As per previous years, tonight’s release will require a £50 holding deposit, plus also the price of the coach travel too.
  • The above prices are PER PERSON.
  • Tickets will be available here.
  • It will be possible to reserve a maximum of six tickets on the booking screen (if you’re fortunate to get there in first place).
  • UK buyers can reserve with a credit or debit card; international buyers must use credit cards only.
  • No faffing around – you’ll have just under six minutes to input all your details and complete the transaction before the tickets go back into the draw.
  • Tickets may only be reserved with the following approved information – registration number, postcode, email address.

Oh, and for those wondering, here’s how much you can expect to pay for the coach travel, depending on departure points. (NB, prices correct at time of going to press):

  • Bath £34
  • Birmingham £50
  • Brighton £55
  • Bristol £35.50
  • Cambridge £72
  • Cardiff £41.50
  • Edinburgh £107.50
  • Glasgow £107
  • Leeds £70
  • Leicester £53
  • Lincoln £67
  • Liverpool £68
  • London £56
  • Manchester £68
  • Newcastle upon Tyne £87
  • Norwich £75
  • Nottingham £62
  • Oxford £48.50
  • Plymouth £44
  • Reading £49
  • Sheffield £68.50
  • Southampton £54
  • Stoke £58.50
  • Swansea £43
  • Swindon £47
  • Taunton £39
  • Truro £54
  • York £80

Good luck all; get that F5 button at the ready!

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