TICKETS to tonight’s Champions League final are being auctioned off for up to £15,000.
One seller, Ticombo, had hospitality packages available for up to £15,000 and Category 1 seating, originally £600, was available for £8,000.
Livefootballtickets had VIP seats with food and drink for £13,500 and were offering Category 1 seats for a whopping £7,500.
But second sellers are risking carnage by selling tickets to the Manchester City final in Istanbul, Turkey.
Ticombo is selling seats in the Man City wing for £800 that Italy’s Inter Milan ultras could snag.
Fans buying through clubs or UEFA agents could only sit with other fans.
Uefa wants to prevent a repeat of the chaos at last year’s match between Liverpool and Real Madrid in Paris.
The stadium has been defaced by a chaotic organization that saw Liverpool fans in a near-disaster, riot police used tear gas on spectators and failed to protect people from violent attacks from local thugs.
The French government, police and Uefa immediately joined forces to blame Liverpool fans, claiming the chaos was caused by thousands using fake tickets to try to enter.
But a Uefa report later cleared Reds fans of any wrongdoing and the organization blamed their own poor planning and French police for the horrific scenes.