Glastonbury ‘deposit tickets’ sold out

Festivalgoers have until Sunday night to settle their balance

Tickets brought under the Glastonbury deposit scheme have all sold out.

Festival goers have been able to buy tickets for the 2009 event since last year, reserving their place by paying £50 towards the full ticket price of £175.

However according to the festival’s ticket agency See Tickets all the deposit tickets are now sold out.


Fans now have until 11:59pm (GMT) on Sunday (February 1) to settle their balance. have announced that from February 2 a “limited number” of full price tickets will go on sale.

Glastonbury takes place between June 24 and 28 this year, with Bruce Springsteen, Neil Young and Blur strongly rumoured to be headlining the event.


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