General Discussion: festivals (welcome to another 6 months of Croatia chat)


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themistake
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10372 posts since 20/2/06

9 Oct 2018 14:36
illwill wrote: In 2017 my mate's dad bought some package for his wife's 60th that included the ticket, helicopter travel to Glastonbury, accommodation in a yurt that looked like it had been decorated by Saddam Hussein, a private chef, Land Rover taxi directly to the various stages and a limo back to London. Laughing out loud

Let me know if you're interested, Jo.


13.5k for something similar to that package.
Minus the helicopter ride (but access to the heli pad) and no limo back either.

However there’s a hairdresser available.

If someone was to develop a bot to get tickets of course it’s got commercial value.
Not for resale but just to secure tickets.

There are loads of ticket buying bots available, just wondered if there was any glasto specific ones.
nothingelseworked
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3025 posts since 21/2/10

posted 9 Oct 2018 15:27, edited 9 Oct 2018 15:27
I was under the impressions Glasto had a random queuing system where a bot is basically irrelevant?
lowfields
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65 posts since 21/11/10

9 Oct 2018 15:33
Isn't there a second ticket sale in April?
themistake
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10372 posts since 20/2/06

10 Oct 2018 10:37
nothingelseworked wrote: I was under the impressions Glasto had a random queuing system where a bot is basically irrelevant?

There's bots for random access sites. Some even use a P2P system.
illwill
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3031 posts since 17/5/04

10 Oct 2018 11:40
How would you develop a reliable Glastonbury bot if you can only test it for half an hour twice a year?

It would have to be an inside job.
joeyjojo
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3752 posts since 24/8/06

10 Oct 2018 11:44
Also how would it even work? You need your pic