Liverpool tickets hit RIDICULOUS prices for Jurgen Klopp's final home game

Liverpool tickets are now hitting INSANE prices for Jurgen Klopp’s final Anfield home game with that showdown vs Wolves on May 19 approaching fast.

It won't be a shock to anyone that the game will be a sellout - It'll be Klopp's final home game as Liverpool manager, as well as his final Premier League game.

It's potentially his final game as Liverpool manager full stop, should the Reds fail to reach the UEFA Europa League final. It could also, with some luck, feature a Premier League title triumph...

Tickets to the game sold out immediately, but then they always do for the final game of the season. Anyone wishing to go to the game now needs to buy from the resellers' market - and they don't come cheap.

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Seatpick.com aggregates all the reseller sites to show you what's available. It shows there are tickets 'available' in just about every area of the ground.

But the absolute cheapest ticket comes in at £1437. That's if you're happy sitting in the new top tier of the Anfield Road end.

Want to be closer? Well, the away end has tickets going for £1545. Lower-tier tickets with home fans, though, will set you back a minimum of £2050.

It's a similar price to sit anywhere on the Kop but even those prices are just a third of the highest-priced tickets. Main Stand seats in and around the benches can set you back £6000.

Anywhere central and on the bottom tier in either the Main Stand or Kenny Dalglish Stand are around £4000. It has gone insane.

But can you blame those selling? The vast majority of people really can't pass up thousands of pounds for a ticket, even if it is a momentous occasion. We certainly wouldn't pass up £4000, honestly.

Some people are going way beyond even that crazy number to quite unbelievable figures, as they look to book a holiday or maybe even buy a house on the back of selling a Premier League ticket. At the time of writing, some resellers were asking in excess of £30,000 for a ticket near the Liverpool bench on the halfway line. Mind-boggling stuff.

Though, the closer we get to the game, the higher these prices will go. What will they reach if Liverpool really do go into that final day with a chance of the title?

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