Bloodstock Open Air Launch Three Stage Ticket Deposit Scheme For 2014 Festival

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Like the look of the (quite frankly AWESOME) Bloodstock Open Air Festival line up for 2014? Want to get yourself a ticket but you’re skint from Christmas? Then this news will be of definite interest to you!

Today (January 6th) marks the launch of the Bloodstock 2014 deposit scheme, and this years’ scheme is particularly geared towards making paying for your BOA 2014 ticket a very affordable process. The deposit scheme is taking from registrations from today until the 7th of March 2014. Payments for your Bloodstock ticket will be taken in three instalments, which are explained as follows:

1st payment – £49 (includes booking fee) required on the day of sign up.
2nd payment – £44 – taken from your account on 31st March.
3rd payment – £44 (+ postage) – taken from your account on 1st May.

The payments will be made by automatic bank transfer on the designated days so all ticket buyers need to make sure is that they have money in their accounts on the days in question – no need to remember to make the payment as it will be an automatic process. The sign up link for the Bloodstock 2014 deposit scheme can be found on the following link – Bloodstock Open Air Festival 2014 Deposit Scheme (Provided By Seetickets).

Anyone who wants to buy their ticket outright for the full price of £130 in one go, or anyone interested in the VIP tickets should head over to the festival website at

As previously announced and covered here on, this years fantastic Bloodstock Open Air headliners are NOLA stoner metal veterans Down, the reunited black metal icons Emperor and one quarter of the big four of thrash, the mighty Megadeth. They, along with Amon Amarth, Carcass, Crownbar, Hatebreed, Saxon, Lacuna Coil, Obituary, Children Of Bodom and dozens of other bands will be appearing at this years’ Bloodstock with dozens more bands still to be announced. Further BOA announcements will be available here as we get them!


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