Tickets for Liverpool’s Premier League title celebration if they won, is said to have gone up to £6, 000 each on resale websites, a report has said.
Ordinarily, Matchday ticket prices for Liverpool’s home games range from £37 to £59 for adults.
The Reds are dreaming of winning the league title for the first time in 29 years when they play their final league game against Wolverhampton Wanderers on May 12.
According to Daily Mail, thousands of the club’s supporters are already buying tickets for the potentially historic occasion.
The Jurgen Klopp’s team are four points ahead of reigning champions, Manchester City, at the top of the league table.
The report said belief is growing that the team will finally end their long wait for a league success by the end of the campaign.
One resale website, livefootballtickets.com, which is based in Madrid, has no fewer than 212 tickets on offer for the Wolves match, the report further said.
The cheapest is said to cost £1,100 each, with the asking price for restricted view seats going for about £1,140.
But a pair of tickets along the side in lower tier block KK are said to be available for £5,950 each, even without the addition of booking fees.
Hospitality packages for the game are also up to £4,999 on the same site, including premium seats, four-course meal and complimentary drinks.
Another Spanish-based website, ticket4football, is hosting two tickets on the Kop for the final game at £3,308, in addition to a huge booking fee of £736.71.
The report added that the ticket prices are expected to rise with demand, as Liverpool move closer to winning the title.
The club do not have any control over secondary sites reselling tickets to their matches.
Fans buying tickets from such sites take a risk, because they are reliant on the ticket holder posting them to the buyer in time for the match.