The pop five-piece kicked off their record-breaking 'Progress' tour at the end of May and have since played to thousands of fans at sold-out venues, encountering issues with their giant robot stage along the way.
However, there are a number of tickets available for their eight dates at Wembley after organisers decided to make seats that usually have restricted view available. The extra seats will have full view of the B stage with specially-installed screens to capture the rest of the action on display.
It has also been confirmed that the first three nights of the London dates will be used to record the tour DVD.
Tickets for the new seats will cost £29.50 and £39.50 and will be available across all nights on June 30 and July 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 8 and 9.
Tickets will go on sale tomorrow at 9am.
Take That will perform a range of hits from their back catalogue as well as a handful of new tracks from their recently-released Progressed album, which is currently number one on the UK midweek chart.
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Watch the music video for Take That's latest single 'Love Love' below: