You'll have to spend a pretty penny for seats to the Redskins' playoff game at FedEx Field.
General admission tickets sold out in 13 minutes after going on sale at 10 a.m. Monday.
You can still watch the Redskins face the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Wild Card game, but it will be at a premium.
A limited number of club seats are still available. A customer service representative with the Redskins ticket office says those seats are going for $300 and up. Tickets are also starting to pop up on resale sites. Tickets in the 400 section are going for up to $450 on StubHub.
But make sure your tickets come from a reputable seller. Tony Wyllie, the team's senior vice president, says counterfeit tickets and parking passes have become an "increasing concern".
All tickets and parking passes will be scanned Sunday. Wyllie says counterfeit or duplicate tickets will be turned away. It's also illegal to sell tickets and parking passes within a 2-mile radius of FedEx Field on game day.
The game will be held Sunday at 4:40 p.m.
The Redskins are appearing in the wild card game, their first playoff appearance since the 2012 season.