For an hour and a half of a game of football. A twenty six quid admin fee. I hope no one goes.
Football fans hoping to grab a ticket for the Champions League final at Wembley will have to pay a minimum of £176 after ticket prices were revealed.
The capacity at Wembley will be around 86,000 and members of the general public have been given an allocation of 11,000 tickets.
The cheapest Category 3 tickets are £150 but that figure rises to £176 when the £26 administration fee is taken into account.
Category 2 tickets are listed at £225 and Category 1 tickets are £300.
Applicants can apply for a maximum of two tickets each from Thursday 24 February to Friday 18 March with the tickets then being decided by lottery.
There are also some wheelchair tickets available for £80 while there is an option for a 'youth package' which comprises one adult and one child Category 2 ticket for £338.
Each club finalist will be entitled to take up to 25,000 tickets which will be allocated directly to the clubs.
The rest of the tickets will be "allocated to the European football family, including UEFA, the local organising committee, national associations, commercial partners and broadcasters".
A report in Thursday's Daily Mail said that Club Wembley box holders have been quoted an astonishing £4,000 per person to use the facilities for the Champions League final.
The match will be played at Wembley Stadium on Saturday May 28.
Sixteen teams remain in the competition including English sides Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur.