It's still not too late to get that ticket for Sunday's World Cup final between Germany and Brazil -- all you need is a cool $4,800.
And if that's a bit too much, a FIFA ticketing centre in Tokyo is offering a cheaper version for $3,800.
An official at FIFA's Hospitality International said on Thursday the tickets were available on a first-come-first-served basis through the football body's "Prestige Programme".
The tickets come with food and drinks, entertainment and a souvenir gift thrown in. The official declined to say how many of the tickets were still available.
Those who can do without the food and drinks will have to cough up plenty too.
Various online brokers and Web sites are offering tickets that have a face value of $750 for around $3,330.
The final, the first World Cup match-up between three-times winners Germany and four-times champions Brazil, kicks off at 1630 hrs IST on Sunday in Yokohama, near Tokyo.