Real Madrid have announced the ticket prices for the Champions League match against PSG at the Bernabéu, to be played on 14 February 2018, and they aren't exactly cheap.
The lowest available price is 75 euros, in the fourth tier behind the goals, while the costliest standard tickets are an almighty 235 euros for a seat near the half-way line in the coveted Tribuna section.
VIP tickets start at 550 euros
Meanwhile for those who want all the bells and whistles of VIP treatment, there are two options: 550 euros to watch Real Madrid v PSG from the European Cups Room or 750 euros from the Museum Room.
Season ticket holders can pick up their tickets from 15 January at 12 noon, while members can buy tickets from 10am on Friday 19 January. Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Thursday 25 at 10am at the ground.
Sell out expected for Real Madrid v PSG
Despite the high prices, a sell-out is expected for the Champions League clash, just as there was for PSG's last visit to the Bernabéu, when 78,300 spectators crammed into the ground.
Last season, for the visit of Napoli the cheapest prices were 65 euros in the fourth tier and the most expensive standard tickets 215 in the tribuna, meaning Real Madrid have added 10 euros to the cheapest seats and 20 euros to the most expensive, with the draw of names including Neymar, Mbappé and Cavani.