THE final sale of Glastonbury Festival tickets will take place next week.

Organisers have confirmed that, following the closure of the seven-day ticket balance payment window for those who paid a deposit for tickets in October, a 'limited quantity' of tickets not paid up will go back on sale across two days.

The first sale will be for ticket and coach packages - which include travel to the event - and will take place at 6pm on Thursday, April 25.

That will be followed by a resale of general admission tickets at 9am on Sunday, April 28.

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General admission Tickets cost £248 plus a £5 booking fee, with postage by Royal Mail Special Delivery charged at £8.95 per order (coach package e-Ticket delivery is £1.50 per order).

There will then be a resale of Worthy View accommodation, Campervan passes and Tipi field accommodation at 11am on Sunday, April 28.

Tickets and accommodation will be sold exclusively at and all tickets must be paid for, in full, when booking and anyone buying a ticket must be registered in advance, via

Registration will close at 6pm on Tuesday, April 23 and organisers recommend you register online by Thursday, April 18, to allow sufficient time to resubmit your registration if your photo is rejected.

"As in previous years, the exact number of tickets in the resales will not be announced, however, it is likely to be a limited quantity – split between general admission tickets and coach packages," a spokesperson for the festival added.