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Have you had problems buying tickets for this year's festival? Or have you found the process to be trouble free?
Let us know.
I've been trying since 8pm. I cannot get through, I've taken the day off work to do this and it's winding me up. Got up four times in the night to call!
Andrew Malden, Milton Keynes
13 hours later, I still cannot get on the website and despite being on the phone all night I have not reached the operators there either! Perhaps contingency for the huge demand this year should have been built in.
Ginger, Leamington Spa, UK
Despite having to stay up all night, in some cases until 5:30am this morning, me and all my friends bar one have tickets. Of course the website was going to crash and the phone lines were going to be engaged. Roll on June.
Matt Strong, Newport, South Wales
I got tickets on the dot of 8pm on the net - no problem at all - but my mates have been trying to get back in ever since and haven't managed yet! The messages on the internet site when you don't get through aren't very helpful - we've completed the order form several times and don't know whether the orders went through or not so have to keep trying.
James Berry, Bristol, UK
Six hours' solid calling.Then set alarms for two-hourly periods to try again through from 2 til 7.30. Now at work in serious danger of getting fired. Good luck to us all.
I'm very fed up about this. I was online from 8pm to 2am and then from 6am onwards and I'm not getting through to the website. How can it be so badly organised?
Rachel Mills, Reading
Getting a ticket was hopeless. I'd love to know how
60,000 people have managed to get one. I filled out my address details so many times only to get "page cannot be displayed" when I tried to order.
David Pinnock, Swindon UK
Up until 3.30am ringing on mobile, land line, and attempting to access the online ordering form. Total nightmare but perseverance payed off. Tip - when submitting the completed form if you don't see progress, refresh the page using re-posted data.
Absolute nightmare. Me and my girlfriend rang and tried online from 8pm on the dot until midnight,but still no luck. Looks like they don't have a big enough system to cope with a first come first serve basis.
Been trying to buy tickets on the phone and web for 13 hours now, no joy. This will be my 10th Glastonbury Festival (assuming I get a ticket). Never been this hard before.
Andrew Johnson, Kent
I know of around 30 people who have been trying to buy tickets. As of this morning, only one person had succeeded, and he was ringing constantly until after 2am. Frankly I can't be bothered any more. I agree with preventing touts, but this is ridiculous - last year I got through at the second attempt!
Michael Riddell, London
I had finally got the web form submitted when i was informed that they has run out of tickets. This was about 6.30 this morning.
Daniel Ling, Hitchin
Between myself and several friends, phoning constantly since 8pm, the closest any of us have got, on internet or telephone, is a message stating that all lines are busy and automatically hanging us up.That's 13 hours and counting...
Kat, Folkestone, Kent
It appears to be a complete shambles. The web crashed constantly, whatever the bandwidth, and the phone lines are permanently engaged. I personally don't believe they have sold 60,000 so far.
John McNeil, London
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