Arsenal fans' growing discontent has resulted in their Premier League match with Liverpool going on general sale.
A Category A game, the seating areas available cost a whopping £89.50 as the Emirates Stadium's extravagant reputation is intensified.
The seating plan shows several available areas for the Category A match
Arsenal could go six points behind fifth-place Everton tonight if the Toffees beat Southampton at St Mary's while Liverpool, in seventh, are level on 34 points with the Gunners having played a game more.
The 30 January fixture falls on a Wednesday night, however Arsenal have previously sold out midweek matches with Liverpool before in the 2008 Champions League quarter-final and a Premier League win three seasons ago.
With nine days until the fixture the likelihood is the club will sell the remaining tickets.
Liverpool won 2-0 at Arsenal last season
But such is the antipathy towards the club from some supporters they are now finding it difficult to shift tickets for a game consisting two of the one-time 'big four' brigade.