10:35 01 November 2010
Tickets for Take That's reunion tour sold out in less than two days, leaving thousands of fans disappointed.
Websites stocking tickets, such as Ticketmaster, Ticketline and Gigs and Tours, all have notices up stating that they have no more tickets available.
A record one million tickets were sold in just one day for their all of their Progress concerts.
The group announced last week that they were going on tour again, this time with Robbie Williams; it will be the first time they will have performed as a five-piece in 16 years.
Many people attempting to get tickets last Friday experienced problems with phone lines and internet sites, assuming tickets had sold out.
Take That's concert promoter apologised for the technical problems that some fans experienced, saying that the problems were unfortunate:
"It's due to the absolutely unprecedented and never-before-seen demand for these tickets to watch Take That."
He also admitted that, although their ticketing systems were updated, they "didn't work today."
The band said that they were "speechless" and "truly and utterly shocked" at the speed of the sales.
Take That are set to release their sixth album, Progress, on 22 November.
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