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Arctic Monkeys fans react to huge rush for UK tour tickets

"It's easier to get a reservation at Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino"

Arctic Monkeys fans have reacted with a mixture of joy and frustration after tickets for their UK tour went on sale this morning.

After the announcement of their sixth album ‘Tranquility Base Hotel and Casino’, the Sheffield band confirmed their live return earlier this week – with shows scheduled at UK arenas across September.

But from the minute that tickets went on sale at 9AM, fans faced an uphill battle to get their hands on some seriously coveted tickets.

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For those who weren’t so lucky, it was pure heartbreak.

“It’s easier to get a reservation at Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino than Arctic Monkeys tickets right now and that doesn’t even exist”, one user wrote.

“6 computers set up and not one pair of tickets in sight, Happy Friday  #arcticmonkeys”, another said.

Check out a series of reactions from miffed Arctic Monkeys fans below.

https://twitter.com/jackxsaunders/status/984712118342684673

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https://twitter.com/the_cribsss/status/984712517787246593

But for others, it was pure elation.

“WE GOT STANDING ARCTIC MONKEYS TICKETS ITS THE BEST DAY OF MY WHOLE LIFE HAPPY FRIDAY 13TH”, one user wrote.

Another celebrated: “After a painful 20 minutes on 5 different devices arctic monkeys tickets are in the bag”.

At present, the cheapest seats for are £39.50 with the best seats priced at £69.50. The ticket price of their last UK show in 2014 was £55 – which is roughly the average cost for the upcoming dates.

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