Bounce530 wrote:yep, Eric you're absolutely correct about that, so that idea is scratched. But how thoughts on the unique code on the booklet handed out at the greeters?
And of course the numbers would be massaged by the "numbers type crew" at HQ, I was just throwing numbers for examples.
Every person who will be aged 13 or over on Wed 26th June 2013 who intends to purchase a ticket for Glastonbury Festival must have a valid registration number. Children aged 12 and under do not require tickets and do not need to register.
Each ticket for the Festival features the photograph of the registered ticket holder and is non-transferable. Security checks will be carried out to ensure that only the person in the photograph will be admitted to the Festival.
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3) Re-register at www.glastonburyregistration.co.uk
INFORMATION FOR NEW REGISTRANTS:
Online registration only takes a few minutes, but needs to be completed at least 48 hours before you intend to buy a ticket. You will need to provide basic contact details and to upload a passport-standard photo, which should be of portrait orientation and in jpeg format. You will receive an email when your registration is received, and once your photo has been approved, you will receive a second email with your unique registration number that you will need to quote to book your ticket. At peak times Seetickets aim to process registrations within 24 hours during the working week, however during the Festival’s fallow year registrations may take longer to process. If you have not received a confirmation email within 48 hours (Monday-Friday) of having made an online application, please check your spam folder. If your registration is rejected or you do not receive a registration number, please re-register.
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INFORMATION FOR PREVIOUS REGISTRANTS:
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If in any doubt, please re-register well in advance of when you intend to book tickets.
Bounce530 wrote: The code could even be printed on your book that you get when you enter the city.
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