BLOODSTOCK LAUNCH TICKET PAYMENT PLAN

The kind folk at Bloodstock festival are helping spread some new year cheer, for all of us who overindulged during the festive period, by announcing the start of their ticket payment plan!

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The way it works is that instead of having to fork out for a ticket in one lump-sum, punters are able to purchase in three incremental payments, of around £40 each, until the May 2014. There is currently a three month window to sign up to the scheme (from 9am 6th of January to midnight 7th of March), with the first installment made upon subscribing.

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The full payment breakdown can be seen as follows:

1st payment: £49 (includes booking fee) required on the day of sign-up.

2nd payment: £44 debited from your account on 31st March.

3rd payment: £44 (+ postage) – debited from your account on 1st May.

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Payments will be debited by bank transfer automatically on the designated days, so the buyer doesn’t have to worry about accidentally missing a payment.

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With the three headliners already confirmed for 2014, the event is shaping up to be a blinder! Friday night’s bill toppers are NOLA kings, Down. Joining them to close proceedings on Saturday are black metal legends Emperor, and to play us out on Sunday are thrash legends Megadeth. Other acts billed so far are Amon Amarth, Obituary, Crowbar, Hatebreed, Prong, Children Of Bodom, Saxon, Primordial, Decapitated, Flotsam & Jetsam and Evil Scarecrow. More band announcements are to follow shortly, so watch this space!

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Bloodstock is held at Catton Park, Derbyshire on 7th-10th August 2014. Tickets for 2014′s event are on sale now. Buy your tickets now using this link

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