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It's my first time going to reading festival and as I left it till this week to buy a ticket, I was forced to resort to gumtree to buy one, it arrived today and seems genuine but I'm worried I won't get let in without proof of purchase? If anyone could answer my question it would be a big help thanks.
For anyone that wasn't successful today Please don't give up hope. Last year I managed to fail in every attempt I took to get tickets (Main sale, resale, working, secret sales) and two days before the festival won tickets. try again Sunday, and if you're not successful: keep an eye out for competitions (there will be ones from guardian, EE, local newspapers, BBC radio and here to come), in the next few weeks some of the working options will list last minute places for drop outs (oxfam etc) as well. Also get Neil's page checker and keep and eye out for the secret sale. You will get there just don't give up hope
Hi, I wrote this little briefing email for the general resale (with the help of some efest peeps). It could be useful if you're getting newbies to get tickets for you in either the coach or general resale. Feel free to copy and paste if it's useful. (If anyone spots any glaring errors in this, please let me know!) If you're using this for the coach sale, ensure you change the date and time at the top. Good luck everyone, whether you're trying tonight or Sunday. -- The sale starts at 9am on Sunday morning (23rd April) I suggest going online a few minutes before, getting the website ready etc. Please use 2-3 different browsers if possible to ensure we’re hitting the site from all angles. Please also copy the post code & registration numbers above into a wordpad so you can rapidly copy & paste them into the booking fields. (Sorry I know this is a pain but will help with the speed!) Before 9am, the website will say something about registration being closed and general admission tickets going on sale at 9am. This is the link to website: http://glastonbury.seetickets.com Once we hit 8:59am, start refreshing by pressing F5. Let the page load each time before pressing F5 again but if it hangs for 30 seconds then press F5 to reload. You'll be held at the holding page which will say something about a 20 second countdown until the page is automatically refreshed. Do not wait 20 seconds! Manually refresh yourself by pressing F5. Keep on refreshing, probably about once a second. What is happening is that you are being held in the holding bay as only a small number of people can buy tickets at any one time. As soon as someone completes their purchase, a slot opens, so if you F5 at that exact moment, you get given that slot and can buy tickets. So, if you make it past the holding page, the next screen will ask you to input all the personal details. It will ask for the lead booker first and here you need to my details. You only need my registration number and postcode. Once you've entered my details as lead booker, you need to add the rest of us, 3 more people in total. Again for each person you only need to add registration number and postcode. When you hit proceed to go to the next page, you will be asked for card details. Once you enter the card details, if the page freezes, do not hit refresh, just hit back! This catches people out every year. Finally you click buy tickets and you should see the confirmation screen. Take a photo of this screen in case of any issues in the future!