Celtic fans will be charged between £35 and £45 to attend next month’s Betfred Cup Final at Hampden with concession tickets available for the North and East stands.
The prices come as a pleasant surprise with £49 the going rate for non-season ticket holders to attend a Glasgow derby.
Those prices will generate around £2m from ticket sales with the bulk of that going to the competing clubs after Hampden Park and the SPFL have taken a cut.
With season ticket sales close to 50,000 more than half of those Celtic fans will miss out on a ticket for the Hampden clash.
A ballot will be held among fans on the Home Cup Ticket Scheme which has caused various problems in the past.
Around 16,000 Celtic fans attended the earlier round matches against Dunfermline and Partick Thistle but it is highly unlikely that they will all be allocated tickets from the club for the final.