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Take That Ticket Prices Fall Below Face Value As Progress Tour Approaches

Thursday, 21 April 2011 Written by Brad Norris
Take That Ticket Prices Fall Below Face Value As Progress Tour Approaches

Sold out Take That Ticket prices have dropped significantly over the past few weeks, and now with just 5 weeks to go before the Take That Progress 2011 tour gets under way, with a 3 night stint at Sunderland FC's Stadium of Light on Friday May 27th, ticket prices have dropped below face value of 55.00.

This is the first time since Take That broke UK box office records when 1.2 million tickets sold out in a matter of hours last October, that Take That ticket prices have levelled off to initial onsale prices via the UK fan-to-fan exchange marketplace sites.

So if you're thinking of buying Take That tickets, in our opinion - now is a very good time to buy. Demand for Take That tickets is currently relatively low compared to the volume of tickets available to buy in the marketplace.

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As with any concert tickets (or commodity in general!), Take That ticket prices are driven by the dynamics of supply and demand. As more dates were announced, and with the sheer volumes of tickets sold, Take That fans and ticket resellers have found the demand for tickets wane slightly during March and April, while supply volumes are still there in the ticket marketplace. Of course the likelihood is that demand will again increase significantly over the next few weeks as the buzz surrounding the mammoth and spectacular Take That tour increases once again.

The Progress 2011 tour producer Kim Gavin, it was reported, had been given an astonishing 15million production budget for the show. The tour is being billed as the biggest and most epic tour in Take That's history - even after the massive Circus tour of 2009, which saw the DVD become the UKs fastest-selling music DVD of all time. The Mancunian group have already sold over 1.2 million tickets for the Progress 2011 tour.

As you can expect with a mega 15million budget, the whole planning affair had been kept quiet and out of sight, but it was reported earlier this year that some arrangements had already been made for the Take That concerts. They would see Robbie Williams performing a 40-minute solo set, then followed by the four other members of the group taking to the stage and then ultimately finishing with the original Take That line-up - all five members on stage for the show finale - playing hits such as 'Back For Good'. 'Never Forget', 'Pray', 'Relight My Fire', 'Babe' and 'A Million Love Songs'.

Take That begin their Progress 2011 Tour on Friday May 27th, with all Take That tour dates found below.

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27th May 2011, Sunderland Stadium Of Light, Sunderland
28th May 2011, Sunderland Stadium Of Light, Sunderland
30th May 2011, Sunderland Stadium Of Light, Sunderland
31st May 2011, Sunderland Stadium Of Light, Sunderland

3rd June 2011, City of Manchester Stadium, Manchester
4th June 2011, City of Manchester Stadium, Manchester
5th June 2011, City of Manchester Stadium, Manchester
7th June 2011, City of Manchester Stadium, Manchester
8th June 2011, City of Manchester Stadium, Manchester
10th June 2011, City of Manchester Stadium, Manchester
11th June 2011, City of Manchester Stadium, Manchester
12th June 2011, City of Manchester Stadium, Manchester

14th June 2011, Cardiff Millennium Stadium, Cardiff
15th June 2011, Cardiff Millennium Stadium, Cardiff

18th June 2011, Croke Park Stadium, Dublin
19th June 2011, Croke Park Stadium, Dublin

22nd June 2011, Hampden Park National Stadium, Glasgow
23rd June 2011, Hampden Park National Stadium, Glasgow
24th June 2011, Hampden Park National Stadium, Glasgow

27th June 2011, Villa Park, Birmingham
28th June 2011, Villa Park, Birmingham

30th June 2011, Wembley Stadium, London
1st July 2011, Wembley Stadium, London
2nd July 2011, Wembley Stadium, London
4th July 2011, Wembley Stadium, London
5th July 2011, Wembley Stadium, London
6th July 2011, Wembley Stadium, London
8th July 2011, Wembley Stadium, London
9th July 2011, Wembley Stadium, London

12th July 2011, Stadio San Siro, Milan
15th July 2011, Parken, Copenhagen
16th July 2011, Parken, Copenhagen
18th July 2011, Amsterdam ArenA, Amsterdam
22nd July 2011, Imtech Arena, Hamburg
25th July 2011, Esprit Arena, Dusseldorf
29th July 2011, Olympiastadion Munchen, Munich

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