Take That Concert Tickets Are Still Available
LONDON, Nov. 29, 2010 -- Take That's performance on X-Factor Live has sparked a contradictory barrage of media review and speculation, which is always good for the sale of concert tickets. Robbie Williams has joined the rest of the boys for the release of "Progress" – the first album to feature all five original band members since 1995's "Nobody Else" – and bookies are cashing in. "The Daily Mail" said Williams made "a nervy return" while the "Daily Star" said Take That "brought the house down." Monday's odds would suggest that bookies agree with "The Daily Mail": Ladbrokes made "Progress" 2/5 favourite for the Christmas number one album while William Hill made it their 4/9 favourite. That said, "Progress" has become the biggest pre-order release of the year. Perhaps the bookies should not slash the odds of a Take That Christmas number one just yet.
No matter which artist claims the title of Christmas number one in 2010, tour dates in the New Year, should remedy the disappointment should Take That not claim this year's top honour. Tickets for Take That's comeback tour went on sale four weeks ago last Friday (26 November) but there are still concert tickets available for all of the Progress tour dates. With a limited number of sought after tickets left, Tixdaq is an excellent resource for comparing seats and prices before buying tickets to ensure the best possible purchase deal. The ticket comparison site also offers Buyer Guarantees that are in place with all of the vendors hosted on the site.
Within minutes of going on general sale, Take That concert tickets were selling for as much as 180 pounds each but are now available for less than 100 pounds! All general admission tickets for Take That's UK shows have a face value of 55 pounds whilst top seats are valued at 90 pounds. With regards to these ticket prices, bargain hunters found the highest resale prices on these tickets to be 180 pounds and 210 pounds respectively. Tixdaq is offering a budget ticket to Take That's Milan concert at the cost of just 38 pounds, which offers the perfect opportunity for a fabulous weekend break – put the money you save on the concert ticket towards flights and a hotel and it's happy days for a weekend in Milan!
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