Glastonbury Festival resale starts today - what time and where to buy

GLASTONBURY, ENGLAND - JUNE 25:  A general view as Sir Elton John performs on the Pyramid stage during day 5 of Glastonbury Festival 2023 Worthy Farm, Pilton on June 25, 2023 in Glastonbury, England. (Photo by Jim Dyson/Redferns)
Here's everything you need to know ahead of the Glastonbury Ticket + Coach travel resale tonight -Credit:Getty Images

Glastonbury Festival’s official resale launches later today (Thursday, April 18) for ticket plus coach travel options. The General Admission sale will take place later this week, on Sunday (April 21).

The event’s organisers announced the details of the resale earlier this month. Two days have been mapped out for ticket resales.

Resale for the Ticket + Coach travel options will go live later today at 6pm (BST). Tickets will only be available at

To purchase tickets in the resales, you must already be registered. Registration for sales closed at 5pm (BST) yesterday (Wednesday, April 17).

Those who have registered, can purchase a maximum of two tickets in the Ticket + Coach resale per transaction. For the General Admission sale, you will be able to buy a maximum of four tickets per transaction.

You’ll need all of your registration numbers for the Ticket + Coach sale, and then your registered postcodes for the General Admission sale. Tickets bought in the resales must be paid for in full at the time of booking.

Tickets will cost £355 plus a £5 booking fee per person. There is also a £2.75 e-Ticket delivery for Ticket + Coach travel options. General Admission tickets come with a £9.95 postage fee.

For anyone looking at coach options, prices can be found here. Anyone who has a Ticket + Coach option will be sent coach tickets in advance, and your festival entry ticket will be given to you on the coach.

There will be a very limited number of tickets available in the resales. Glastonbury bosses say once orders are being processed for all the tickets that are available, it will no longer be possible to access the booking page, and you will see a message that ‘All available tickets have now been allocated’.

If you see this message, try refreshing the page just in case, as any orders that can't be processed will be released back to sale. Once all ticket purchases have been processed, the website will display a ‘SOLD OUT’ message and no more tickets will be released back to sale.

There will only be a limited number of tickets available to purchase over both resale days. Emily Eavis announced the festival had its highest ever percentage of ticket balances paid.

The deadline to pay for tickets awarded in November’s sale closed on Sunday, April 7. Emily wrote on Instagram: “Just heard that we had our highest percentage of ticket balances paid ever! Incredible. Thanks so much everyone. There will be a resale of the (very limited) returned tickets later this month. Info to follow on that.”

For more information on Glastonbury Festival’s resale, visit here.