In the wake of Leeds United revealing pay on the door prices of £42 for the right to watch 23rd placed Bolton Wanderers take on 18th placed Leeds tomorrow, we asked you how you would rather spend that cold hard cash.
So, in chronological order, here are a few ideas from Bolton fans on things they would rather do with £42 than watch Leeds take on Bolton.
Rather topically, we begin with Joe Norris, who certainly won't be the only Leeds or Bolton fan that's forced to turn to alcohol to ease the pain caused his side's form.
@LionOfViennaSte @LUFC 84 tins of cheap cider to wash away the misery of yet another away defeat— Joe Norris (@JNorrisBWFC) March 2, 2016
While Tom Lord would rather throw money away than spend it at Elland Road, which seems fair.
@LionOfViennaSte @LUFC rather drop £42 down a grid— Tom Lord (@TomLordy1991) March 2, 2016
Fellow fan Tom Linn has a slightly more entertaining take on the usage of his £42.
@LionOfViennaSte @LUFC buy 10L of magnolia paint, paint a wall, watch it dry— L I N N Y (@tomlinn84) March 2, 2016
Our own Dan Murphy had a rather more morbid take on the issue.
@LionOfViennaSte @LUFC eat 42 one pound coins and kill my self— Dan Murphy (@Murbroski) March 2, 2016
While Ollie Morton's suggestion is probably one shared by most Bolton fans, and he might come out of the weekend feeling flush.
@LionOfViennaSte @LUFC bet it on Bolton to lose— Ollie Morton (@OliverMortoon) March 2, 2016
I'm not sure too many fans would share Ginny Hadfield's idea of a good Saturday afternoon...
@LionOfViennaSte @LUFC As much as I love watching BWFC, I'd rather deflea my cat!— Ginny Hadfield (@Sophthecatsmum) March 2, 2016
But Jamie Moss' plan sounds much more appealing.
@LionOfViennaSte buy return flights to Amsterdam and a pint if cider with the change while watching not Bolton on TV— Jamie Moss (@jamie_moss123) March 2, 2016
And while Ian Firth's suggestion is not particularly family friendly, I'm sure Leeds and Bolton fans alike can share the sentiment.
@LionOfViennaSte @LUFC rear ending Cellino's missus whilst listening to match on Wanderers Player— Ian Firth (@SuperWhiteSmurf) March 2, 2016
And I'll round things off with my own thoughts on the matter, which may have been meant as a joke - for all the sudden Liam Feeney lovers out there.
@LionOfViennaSte Take advantage of the #BWFC sale to buy two of these, then burn them in a ceremonial dance ritual pic.twitter.com/zLawKpfoKn— Rob Latham (@robilaz) March 2, 2016
What do you make of the ticket prices being charged by Leeds? Let us know your thoughts and your suggestions for more enjoyable uses of your well-earned £42 in the comments section below.