An additional 20,000 tickets for this year's Glastonbury Festival sold out quickly on Sunday morning, to the delight of successful music fans who missed out in the main sale three weeks ago.
Today's tickets constituted those from the April 1st sale which were returned or where payment for the £145 tickets failed to process properly.
A total of 137,500 of the festival's 177,000 maximum capacity were sold three weeks ago using organiser Michael Eavis' new registration system, designed to beat ticket touts.
Previous ticket sales for the festival have been blighted by tickets appearing on internet auction websites soon after the annual sell-out is completed.
This year 400,000 applicants passed through the festival's online pre-registration process, which required them to provide photo identification.
Most of those will have failed to get tickets to the extremely popular festival, which returns after taking a break in 2006.
Headline acts already confirmed for this year's event include the Arctic Monkeys, The Killers, The Who and Dame Shirley Bassey.