Hibs have demolished the myth of the blue pound by reducing the allocation of tickets given to Sevco fans for the final league match of the season on May 13.
Neil Lennon’s side could go into the match looking to finish in second place and will have almost a full stadium of supporters roaring them on to victory.
With three stands sold out Hibs fans are getting an allocation for the South Stand which is normally handed over to visiting supporters.
As their old club went into liquidation thousands of Ibrox fans took consolation in thinking that Scottish football would collapse without the power and backing of their old tax cheating side.
While the tribute act has racked up debt no other club has gone into liquidation with Hibs, like St Johnstone, Ross County, Aberdeen and Inverness Caley Thistle able to enjoy a trophy success on a level playing field.
Visiting fans, with the exception of Celtic, have had to accept a minimal allocation of tickets for Ibrox, now Hibs have turned the tables demonstrating that they can live off the revenue brought in by their own supporters.
Some strongly worded protest statements are expected from the multitude of Ibrox support groups..