Glastonbury Festival ticket payment deadline extended

Fans now have an extra 48 hours to pay full balance

Glastonbury Festival ticket payment deadline extended
Glastonbury organisers have announced that they are extending the deadline for fans who paid deposits on 2010 tickets to pay the full balance.

The initial deadline for full payment was last night (February 28) at 11:59pm (GMT), but now the deadline has been extended to tomorrow (March 2) at 11:59pm.

Registration for tickets closed on October 2 last year with an option to pay a £50 deposit before meeting the full £185 fee for entry to the Somerset event.

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U2, Muse and Stevie Wonder are set to headline Glastonbury 2010, which takes place on June 25-27.

Organiser Emily Eavis picked up the Best Festival Award for last year's event at the Shockwaves NME Awards last Wednesday (February 24).

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