The most anticipated festival in the UK is back and so are the prices. Watch below as one festival-goer breaks down her daily spend:
Glastonbury is the said to be the largest greenfield music and performing arts festival in the world and welcomes over 200,000 visitors a year.
However, as usual, people are fuming with the cost the 'festival-essentials'.
Alcohol, for example, will set you back a few quid and according to Somerset Live, the prices are as follows:
Brothers Festival Apple English Cider £6 pint £3 half.
Carlsberg £6 pint £3 half.
Otter Ale £6 pint £3 half.
Wine: Running Duck Chenin Blanc/Rose/Chiraz - £6 125ml.
Cocktails are priced at around £9.
When it comes to soft drinks, a can of Red Bull costs £5, with orange juice and other mixers costing £2.
However, it's not just the booze that's winding people up.
As mentioned by @noisey_vice, a marmite and cheese toastie with a smoothie will set you back a mega £11.50...
Even though you probably deserve to get overcharged for having marmite in your toastie, it's still pretty mental.
Also if you fancy a bit of pizza, you'll have to wang out between £12 for one whole pizza or a whopping £7 for just one slice.
I'm sorry but £5 for cheese fries is also very controversial and don't get me started on the £4 garlic bread.
Anyway, people have clearly been fuming with it all.
"HOW MUCH FOR A CHEESE & MARMITE TOASTIE?!" one user commented.
A second added: "Defo for the posh people these days."
While a third thought: "Festivals in the UK are extortionate £10 for a burger from a food trailer."
"£6 for a pint of Carlsberg jeez man. I pay £3.90 in my local," added a fourth.
Another said: "Bro just spent my rent money in a day."
Someone else thought to offer a cheaper alternative and wrote: "Think I'll just sit on the couch with a crate from Tesco for about £12 and pick who to watch from the iPlayer."
A final user added: "Preposterously expensive. Several decades past the point it was in any way cool. The days of it being free-for-all long gone. An all too predictable rite of passage for people who went to elite universities...Am I talking about Glastonbury or moving to London?"
I mean, at least we're actually having a festival this year, as the Covid pandemic has meant that Glastonbury was called off for the past two years.
Let's just hope you managed to save a few quid during that time.
LADbible have contacted Glastonbury for comment.