///Bestival 2013 Early Bird Tickets on sale Friday

Bestival 2013 Early Bird Tickets on sale Friday

By | 2018-11-18T19:53:26+00:00 September 20th, 2012|Categories: Bestival, Festivals|Tags: , |0 Comments

Held at 2012 prices for a short time only, tickets will be available on a 34 week payment plan for Friday entry weekend tickets and a 36 week payment plan for Thursday entry weekend tickets. That means that an adult ticket can now be bought with a payment of just a fiver a week! Anyone purchasing an Early Bird ticket will be able to upgrade to a Wild Copse ticket, once they go on sale. So, there’s no excuse not to guarantee your place at our historic birthday bash.

Make sure you check www.Bestival.net and our Facebook and Twitter to see galleries of all the 2012 fun and to get all the latest news.

BESTIVAL EARLY BIRD TICKET LINKS & INFORMATION:

www.ticketline.co.uk/bestival-tickets / 0844 888 4410 (Early Bird Tickets on sale 9am Friday 21st September)

Adult Weekend Camping Ticket With Entry From Thursday 5th September – £180

Adult Weekend Camping Ticket With Entry From Friday 6th September – £170

Student Weekend Camping Ticket – £170 

Teen Ticket Weekend Camping Ticket (age 13-17) – £120

Age 12 and Under Weekend Ticket – FREE (but you must obtain a ticket)

Campervan Tickets: £85 (per vehicle)

Car Parking – £10 advance (or £15 cash on arrival)

All Tickets – will incur a booking fee.

OUR NEW WEEKLY PAYMENT PLAN

We’re pleased to announce that we will be offering a new 34 week payment plan for Friday entry weekend tickets and a 36 week payment plan for Thursday entry weekend tickets which means that an adult ticket can now be bought at a payment of £5 per week over 34 or 36 weekly payments.

Once you have signed up to the payment plan, which basically means giving your agreement by ticking the bank mandate form on Ticketline’s website, we will automatically debit your card on a weekly basis. NB: Booking fees will be charged with your initial transaction.

Please check www.bestival.net for terms & conditions

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