On Monday, Dec. 2—Cyber Monday, that techie version of Black Friday—the music festival will be selling four-day passes for $199, a $50 discount of the usual $249.
The music festival, which has yet to release its artist lineup (last year’s included the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Vampire Weekend, Edward Sharpe, and more) has also expanded its event length by a day, and will be a four-day event compared to last year’s three.
In addition to the $50 discount on the four-day passes, on Monday there’ll be $699 four-day VIP passes as well as camping options—from general admission camping to RVs—and discounted merchandise.
Those who’ve already purchased three-day passes for the festival—do not worry. All already-bought passes are automatically upgraded to four days.
It’ll be the last time tickets are available for purchase before the official ticket sale opening, when the music lineup is announced.
On Monday, travel here to get your tickets.