In year's past when there were single day tickets and camping was separate, yes. I don't remember seeing anyone selling tickets since it changed to a 4-day wristband with camping included. Anyone else wanna chime in?
But really twogirls, just wait. You'll get one no problem come May and pay face, maybe less.
Quick Phish story. Historically, Phish tickets are nearly free the day of the show. Even during their most recent reunion shows when tickets sold out in seconds, people were literally sticking tickets in the fence outside of the venue, free to anyone who needs it. I myself even convinced a couple boarders to tag along with me because they'll have no problem finding a cheap ticket. So we're all hiking from the campground to the Gorge entrance, and what do we find? About 2,000 people with a finger in the air. This show wasn't sold out, so those who could afford it clogged the line to buy tickets. 30 minutes later we finally bought ours, and we missed the beginning of the show. (As a side note, some of these people looking for cheap tickets were so fucking stupid, they were actually standing by the clogged ticket line offering to buy freshly purchased tickets for half face. I literally told a guy, "I just waited in line for 30 minutes to buy this ticket, and now you want it for half?")
Moral of the story, just because it always happens one way doesn't mean it will continue to happen that same way. This year sold out much quicker than ever before, and there are a lot more people who struck out. Shoot, most of us here go every year, and half of us struck out. The assumption is scaplers are holding all the tickets, and the prices will drop, but consider for a second that 20,000 Mumford & Sons fans are actually holding those tickets, and can't wait to see their favorite band.
Just be careful about feeding unrealistic expectations. Yes you will have a better chance to get tickets closer to the festival, but face tickets aren't going to fall in your lap this year. You are going to have to put in some work to find them.
This is more of a lesson learned repost rather than gloating, believe me I wish everyone who wanted to go could have. But when literally hundreds and hundreds of people were wrong, and I was the only one right, I don't mind pointing out that sound advice was given.