2013 Glastonbury tickets broke the £200 barrier for the first time ever at £205. However, analysis by VoucherCodes.co.uk shows music fans save a huge £257.66 by attending Glastonbury rather than going to see its top nine acts individually.
Taking to the Pyramid stage this year will be The Rolling stones, Mumford & Sons and Primal Scream. Tickets to the Stones in Hyde Park in July start at £95 alone.
Those attending this week’s Isle of Wight Festival will also make a significant saving versus seeing headliners including Bon Jovi and Blondie, with the festival coming in second-best for value in the UK - offering a massive saving of £167. V Festival completes the top three, saving its revellers £150 on seeing a chart-topping line-up including Beyonce and Kings of Leon.
One festival that needs to try harder is Latitude, offering attendees a saving of just £13.76.
See all the results and how they were calculated in the infographic below:
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