Rangers fans face ‘ridiculous’ ticket prices ahead of the Europa League final in Seville while third-party websites advertise match seats for nearly £10,000.
The Ibrox side booked their place at the Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán Stadium on May 18 after Thursday night’s thrilling 3-1 win over RB Leipzig.
On Friday, tickets for the game against Eintracht Frankfurt went on sale for the maximum price of €100 last week, with a number of seats with restricted views being offered free of charge by UEFA.
With just 9,500 tickets made available for the final, Rangers fans who missed the initial ballot are now facing soaring prices to attend the game.
One fan told STV News: “I booked flights and a hotel for Sevilla three weeks ago when we beat Braga.
“I tried to get tickets for the poll but just missed.
“I would easily pay £600 or £700 for a ticket, but £1,500 is ridiculous.
“Some fans will no doubt pay these prices, but it will just put others off.
“We’ll be out there in the fan zone anyway.”
Another Rangers fan has revealed he now has to pay over £1,000 for a ticket – after also missing the initial ballot.
They said: ‘The lowest tickets I’ve seen now are around £1,250 and I think I’ll have to because it’s once in a lifetime.
On ticket resale site Livefootballtickets.com, seats for the game start at £1,398 for Tier 3 tickets – which are expected to cost just €65.
For Tier 1 tickets, initially priced at €100, prices now climb to £9,999.
Rangers and UEFA have been contacted for comment.