Following on from our rather ambitious look ahead to the Champions League final in Rome this May about cheap ways of getting there, there is further useful news today.
From today until March 16, you can apply for tickets for the final as part of the UEFA public ballot.
There are 10,000 tickets on offer in total and they cost either e200, e140 or e90 and you can apply for two.
Disabled supporters can get tickets for e70, though it's a one-per-person limit.
Results will be announced between March 17 and March 31. You will know if you've got a ticket if your credit card is charged.
One thing that only the ballot minisite doesn't make clear is that a e33 admin fee will be added on to that fee, so you could be paying e233 for a ticket.
Charge breakdown in £
Central areas: £179.08, with admin: £208.63
In the corners: £125.36, with admin: £154.91
Behind the goal: £80.56, wth admin: £110.11
Stadium capacity: 67,000
Public ballot: 10,000
Club A allocation: 20,000
Club B allocation: 20,000
UEFA football family: 17,000