Take That tickets are still available despite many ticket websites crashing under the strain as thousands of fans logged on from 9am this morning.

Man-band Take That only announced their ‘Progress’ tour dates earlier this week at a special press conference. The gigs will be the first with Robbie Williams in the band since 1995.

However, sites including Ticketmaster, Gigs and Tours, Ticketline and The Ticket Factory all crashed under the strain today.

A Take That spokesperson told fans to keep trying.

“Due to totally unprecedented demand this morning, all ticket agents have struggled to cope with the number of people logging on to try and buy Take That tickets,” a statement said.

“The technology available has not been able to keep up with demand. However all ticket agents are confident they will be able to process all enquiries so are asking fans to keep trying.”

Police have warned Take That fans not to buy from unofficial agencies  after hundreds of tickets appeared on eBay and other secondary websites at inflated prices. Fans are warned that these sites may not fulfil orders and may use personal details in identity theft.

How to get a Take That ticket

If you’re desperate to see Robbie and co, then you’ll need to get your ticket through a secondary outlet like Seatwave, GetMeIn and Viagogo.

Here’s a guide to what you should be paying for the following Take That live dates:

Stadium of Light, Sunderland – May 30th – £89

City of Manchester Stadium – June 3rd – £85

City of Manchester Stadium – June 4th – £89

City of Manchester Stadium – June 5th – £89

City of Manchester Stadium – June 7th – £83

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff – June 14th – £103

Croke Park, Dublin – June 18th – £109

Hampden Park, Glasgow – June 22nd – £110

Hampden Park, Glasgow – June 23rd – £149

Villa Park, Birmingham – June 27th – £89

Wembley Stadium, London – July 1st – £89

Wembley Stadium, London – July 2nd – £89

Wembley Stadium, London – July 3rd – £89

Wembley Stadium, London – July 5th – £95

 – Frankie Mullin