GIRLS Aloud fans are furious after trying to buy tickets for next year's tour and finding presale prices soaring past £200.
Miffed fans hit out today as they rushed to snap up tickets through a number of vendors.
Presale tickets are on sale on Ticketmaster, with a general sale beginning on Friday.
One used a Girls Aloud song to make their point and moaned on X, formerly Twitter: "Girls Aloud tickets costing more than Garth Brooks….
"Don't they know there's a cost of living crisis at the moment and Life Got Cold?"
"They may as well just do ticket lotteries. Got about the same chance getting one," another said.
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A third said: "Giving up on girls aloud for today, hope i have better luck getting avril lavigne tickets tomorrow."
One more offered some hope to other fans, writing: "For those trying to get Girls Aloud tickets have patience!
"I sat in the Ticketek lounge for over an hour but eventually got through and got tickets to @fdarena. What a website though – Ticketmaster doesn't seem so bad now."
Cheryl Tweedy, Nadine Coyle, Kimberley Walsh and Nicola Roberts are set to reunite on stage next year after ten years away.
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They'll be taking to the stage without bandmate Sarah Harding whose devastating death in September 2021 drove the band back together.
Girls Aloud announced their presale in style this morning with a video of them walking in glitzy outfits and boots.
They said: "Walking into the presale like…"
Tickets range in price from venue to venue.
For example, the Birmingham show offers tickets from £58.90 which goes up to £110.10.
And in Liverpool, prices start from £58.71 and go up to a whopping £208.75.
Follow this link to purchase tickets.
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