Tickets for today’s Euro 2020 final are being offered up for an incredible £70,000 per pair.
On eBay this morning tickets were being sold for £35,000 each, LBC reported.
A Category 1 ticket was also listed on the site with a starting bid of £2,000.
Meanwhile on ticket resale sites Ticombo and LiveFootball Tickets they were available for between £1,622 and £15,000 each.
Original prices for tickets to the final ranged between £82 and £808.
Consumer rights advocates have told football fans to avoid buying tickets through unofficial channels.
Expert Adam French said: “Even though some of these websites claim to offer tickets from ‘100 per cent’ trusted sellers, this is often not the case.
“If you insist on trying your luck and buying tickets for the match from an unofficial seller, make sure to pay with a credit card for purchases over £100 so you stand a better chance of getting a refund if things go wrong.”
UEFA warned that under their terms and conditions fans who buy their tickets second-hand may not be let into the stadium.
It comes as fired-up England fans queued round the block from 5am to get the beers in early ahead of the biggest England game since 1966.
Groups of revellers have been pictured wearing England shirts and waving flags as excitement reaches fever pitch.
Pubs are already getting packed out – with some eager fans queuing from 5 am to get the drinks in despite the risk of torrential rain today.
Wembley is also already filling up with supporters with a sea of supporters heading to the stadium early.