Coach + ticket packages will be on sale on Thursday October 1 at 7pm.
However, first a few bad news – if you’ve not already registered then you’re out of luck at the moment.
The coach tickets will go on sale from 7pm this evening.
“Coldplay could make a welcome return to the Pyramid stage this year and that will no doubt cheer the masses as they wait and refresh their computers on Sunday morning in the race to bag a few Glastonbury tickets”, says William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly. Tickets are sold exclusively here.
Coach prices from Bath will be £32 and £34 from Bristol (single fares £21).
Everyone can buy six tickets at once, and lots of people usually organise themselves into groups so you’ve got a better chance of one of you getting through.
Tickets cost £228 each, and you pay a £50 deposit on Sunday, with the rest of the balance due by spring 2016. You will need to close the browser and start again to gain fresh access to the booking page.
Glastonbury 2016 will take place from June 22 to 26.
Tickets are exclusively sold at http://glastonbury.seetickets.com/content/extras.
United Kingdom tickets can only be paid for by debit card, while worldwide transactions can only be bought by Visa credit card or MasterCard credit card.
For tickets and information, visit here – as tickets are no longer available to purchase via telephone.
When you are booking a ticket you will need the registration number and postcode for each person you are booking for. You have 10 minutes to enter your details so there is no time for incorrect passwords, nipping to the loo or faulty Wi-Fi: gear up your phone/iPad/laptop/desktop/potty an hour in advance.
You will not be able to book your vehicle park ticket until you have paid the balance for at least one of your tickets on the booking.
Accommodation such as campervan passes and tipis will be available for ticket holders to book later on in October.
Another option is to consider volunteering at the festival.