Festival goers struggle to purchase Glastonbury 2014 tickets as website crashes

See Tickets admit they are 'experiencing technical issues'

Festival goers struggle to purchase Glastonbury 2014 tickets as website crashes

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Festival goers are currently struggling to purchase briefs for Glastonbury Festival 2014, as the ticket website has crashed.

A batch of 15,000 coach package tickets were made available on Thursday (October 3) at 6pm - and sold out within half an hour - and the remaining 120,000 tickets are expected to be snapped up very quickly this morning (October 6).

However, shortly after tickets went onsale, See Tickets posted a message on Twitter asking ticket buyers to be patient as they were "experiencing technical issues this morning".

They tweeted:


Many punters took to Twitter to vent their frustration over the ticket website crashing. You can read a few of the tweets below:




Keep an eye on NME.com for the rest of the day for more updates on the Glastonbury Festival 2014 ticket sale.

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