First batch of Glastonbury Festival tickets for next year sell out in 23 minutes
Glastonbury Festival's first batch of tickets for next year's music extravaganza has sold out in just 23 minutes.
The ticket plus coach package opened for sale at 6pm this evening, giving music fans their first opportunity to bag a pass to 2017's festival, but online traffic was so heavy that minutes later, would-be buyers were unable to access the site.
Punters were snapping up tickets at a cost of £238 per person plus a £5 booking fee, plus coach tickets that varied in price from a £21 single from Bath to a £107 return from Glasgow.
This year there are no telephone ticket sales available,... read more
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