Reading and Leeds Festival is the highlight of the summer and your tickets were probably bought months in advance. However, if you can no longer go, you might be stuck with a ticket you can't use and money that you won't get back. TransferTravel.com was created to give people like you the opportunity to sell your tickets with confidence that the buyer is trustworthy.
What Is Reading And Leeds Festival's Refund Policy?
Unfortunately, their tickets are non-refundable, which means that you can't cancel or get money back on your ticket.
What To Do When You Are Stuck With A Ticket
Although you might not be able to get a refund, you can sell your ticket on to someone else by changing the name on the booking at TransferTravel.com, the world's travel marketplace. We connect you to buyers who are looking to buy the tickets you can't use. Please note that your ticket must be include a camping package as we only sell festivals with their accommodation. If you have booked transportation or other accommodation too, you can sell these as well when you sign up to TransferTravel.com.
How Do I Sell My Ticket?
Setting up a listing is simple, easy and only takes a few minutes. Sign into TransferTravel.com, create a listing, then add details like date, time and package information. Check out our guide to selling for our tips and tricks.Our system asks for a booking reference number but we keep this only for our purposes and do not share this with anyone. .
When someone buys your listings you will be notified by email that your listing has sold with detailed instructions. If there is a name change required on the booking, get in touch with Reading and Leeds Festival's customer service team to confirm this before creating a listing, however it is unlikely that this will be required for your festival ticket. The buyer can then download the documents and notify us that they are satisfied with the transfer. Your funds will then be released 24 hours after the date of travel. You make some of your money back and someone else is able to enjoy the festival!