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It has taken just 14 minutes for the first batch of tickets for Glastonbury 2015 to sell out - reported the SkyNews.
A total of 15,000 coach and admission packages for the next year's festival were snapped up in less than a quarter of an hour.
Emily Eavis, who organises the mammoth event with her father Michael, said on Twitter: "Wow, all 15,000 coach + ticket packages went in 14 minutes! That's amazing."
Fans of mud and music have not missed their chance to head to Worthy Farm though.
Standard weekend tickets will go on sale on Sunday morning, with tens of thousands expected to attempt to secure their place at the Somerset festival.
Tickets for this summer's event, which starred Dolly Parton, Metallica and Arcade Fire, sold out in a record time of one hour and 27 minutes.
The full price of a Glastonbury 2015 ticket is £220, plus a £5 booking fee.