Top tier tickets for England’s Euro 2020 semi-final clash with Denmark are being re-sold for up to £6,500 each on ‘touting’ websites.
One hospitality ticket on LiveFootballTickets.com is being listed at a staggering £6,499.
But even standard tickets are selling for more than £1,000 – more than double their general sale value.
MailOnline also reported people offering to sell tickets via social media, with one person offering a four-ticket bundle costing £5,000.
Demand has reportedly soared for tickets ahead of the crunch match at Wembley on Wednesday – with a place in Sunday’s final at stake.
Only 60,000 people will be allowed inside the stadium, which will be at 75 percent capacity due to Covid.
Meanwhile, consumer groups are warning fans of potential ‘scam’ online ticket touts.
Uefa advises fans against buying from touts and has a ban on selling tickets above general sale value. It also does not offer any compensation if a ticket seller turns out to be a scam.