ARSENAL tickets are being touted at £1,800 for Arsene Wenger's final game in charge.
Wenger will be in the dugout at the Emirates for the final time when Burnley visit on Sunday, with the club set to pay tribute to him with a guard of honour.
The match is a Category C fixture – the lowest of three tiers in Arsenal's official Premier League ticketing structure – with prices ranging from £26 to £38.50.
The club's website crashed in the moments after Wenger announced he would be leaving last month as Arsenal fans scrambled to buy the final remaining tickets for the historic match.
But supporters without a ticket now face having to spend well over the odds to see the 68-year-old Frenchman's last home game.
Ticketbis, a secondary ticketing online market, claims to have a range of seats available from £143 to a staggering £1,800.
The most expensive tickets are being advertised in the lower tier of the East and West Stands at the Emirates Stadium, which would have been sold to supporters for just £28.50.
The ticketing website also claims prices for the match are increasing.
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Tickets for Sir Alex Ferguson's final match in charge of Manchester United also changed hands for eye-watering sums.
A seat for United's game against Swansea at Old Trafford in 2013, the Scot's last of his 27-year tenure, was reportedly advertised for nearly £3,000.
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