A pair of tickets for this weekend's All-Ireland final between Dublin and Kerry have been sold on eBay for €2,020.
The online auction, which concluded at 6pm yesterday, saw the €80 tickets for the Davin End of Croke Park go for well in excess of 12 times their face value.
The GAA have continually warned fans against sourcing tickets from touts and will continue to tackle the practice by cancelling tickets that have been sold above face value.
There was a general sale of tickets in two batches following Dublin's victory over Mayo at the GAA ticket office on Dorset Street and tickets.ie but they were snapped up in no time.
The GAA describe a tout as anyone attempting to sell a ticket at a price over its face value.
There's an image of Paddy Andrews in the immediate aftermath of the 2009 Leinster final. Arm pushed towards the camera, all five digits extended to salute Dublin's fifth Leinster title on the bounce. That was Paddy Andrews, the corner-back.
Kerry need to be vigilant of their opponents' goal threat in Sunday's All-Ireland final - but they might need to be even more vigilant of the momentum that Dublin get from scoring a goal, manager Eamonn Fitzmaurice has advised.