The BBC News website has been contacted by several disgruntled music fans who were denied tickets by faults in what organisers claimed was a much-improved system.
Fabio Barreiras told the website: "I don't understand how it has improved. I was calling constantly as well as logging onto Aloud (operating as Glastonbury ticket agent) for two hours and still had no joy! Why is that?"
Another complaint from Manchester suggested that Aloud's online booking system was in some way to blame, with pages not loading fully, if at all.
Bosses at Aloud have since said that this year's sales went smoothly. Well, as smoothly as can be expected when half a million people log onto the same website at the exact same time. Whilst many still missed out, it seems that the process was simpler and more efficient than the mess of last year. Another BBC poster from Derby commented: "It's always going to be a shambles but it was better than last year by far."
Those that did get tickets are reminded that photographic ID is required at the gate this year. That hasn't stopped tickets arriving on eBay, mind.
Read the entire BBC piece, plus comments, here.