In association with clubbing bible Mixmag, the first 5,000 camping and weekend tickets will be sold at £100, which is £20 cheaper than any of its competitors.
Hospitality tickets have also been reduced by £25, while day tickets have been frozen at 2008 prices.
"We are in the midst of a recession, with most people having to tighten their belts, so we've made the first 5,000 tickets as cheap as we possibly can," said Creamfields CEO James Barton. "I hope this goes a little way to easing the cash burden for the people who have been there for us through thick and thin. On a first come, first served basis, it will be our most dedicated fans who will benefit."
Tickets for the legendary Cheshire event, taking place from 29-30 August, go on general sale at 9am this Friday, 3 April.
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