Take That Norwich tickets appear on resale site for over £400

PUBLISHED: 10:24 28 September 2018 | UPDATED: 10:37 28 September 2018

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Minutes after tickets to Take That’s Greatest Hits tour went on sale they were being resold for hundreds.

Tickets to the band’s 2019 tour went on sale on Ticketmaster and See Tickets on Friday morning at 9.30am, with seating tickets starting at £60.50 and standing at £71.50.

But just moments after the general sale launched, they were being sold on resale site Viagogo with prices up to £475.

Tickets for Take That at Carrow Road are already on re-sale site Viagogo for £475. Screenshot of Viagogo website.Tickets for Take That at Carrow Road are already on re-sale site Viagogo for £475. Screenshot of Viagogo website.

Over 1,000 people were looking at Take That Carrow Road resale tickets on the site and there is currently less than 2 per cent left.

Jamie Moulding tweeted a picture of tickets priced at £157 and £266 to Norwich City and Take That and wrote: ”This should not be allowed.

“Take that tickets after 28 mins being on sale.”

Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald are performing Carrow Road on Thursday, May 30.

Take That at Carrow Road Credit: Sonya DuncanTake That at Carrow Road Credit: Sonya Duncan

READ MORE: Everything you need to know ahead of Take That tickets going on sale

Ed Sheeran, who is set to perform at Chantry Park in Ipswich in 2019, recently banned tickets from reselling sites at his gigs.

Take That’s new tour coincides with the release of upcoming album Odyssey, celebrating their hits across three decades.

The band performed for two unforgettable nights at the home of Norwich City FC in June 2017 at the end of their Wonderland Tour.

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