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Glyndebourne 2014: a beginner's guide to the festival
The best seats in the house are undoubtedly pricey - the most expensive tickets will set you back £235 - but there's plenty of bargains to be had if you know where to look. Standing tickets cost as little as £15, and if you're aged between 16-29, you can join the Glyndebourne<30 scheme to be eligible for priority booking and £30 tickets.