UEFA has moved to reduce Europa League final prices by one-third, potentially due to the huge travel expenses fans could incur travelling to Baku, Azerbaijan.
The May 29 game will cost fans as little as €30 ($34/£26) for the cheapest ticket, which is €15 less expensive than the Category 4 tickets at the last two finals played in France and Sweden.
Category 3 seats have ben lowered by €20 to €50 each, while the top seats will only be €10 cheaper than the 2018 final in Lyon and 2017 final in Stockholm at €140.
However, when considering buying Europa League finals tickets, fans will need to factor in the travel costs.
For example, if Italian team Napoli wins its place in the final, fans will need to pay around £450 for a flight, while Arsenal or Chelsea fans flying from London could fork out around £600.
UEFA is allocating 37,500 general sales tickets for the game to be held at the 64,000-capacity Baku Olympic Stadium. The number of tickets reserved for supporters of the two finalists will be confirmed in due course, with the remaining tickets being allocated to the local organising committee, national associations, commercial partners and broadcasters.