Ticketing, ticketing, ticketing... arguably the most contentious issue at St James' Park right now. While Newcastle United have never struggled to sell out, home and away tickets are likely hen's teeth since the Saudi-backed takeover.
Everyone is after a slice of the action as they aim to grab a front-row seat for the Magpies' resurgence. Changes to ticketing last summer sparked controversy as in an area the club are struggling to perfect.
With 52,000 the capacity, somebody has to miss out. The introduction of ballots and tinkering with the away system has incensed a section of supporters - while handing a golden opportunity to others.
But what about season tickets? Newcastle did not place any on general sale last year, with just 1,000 available in 2022.
The limited capacity at St James' Park means the Cathedral of the Hill is full - for now - until an expansion takes place. How has that affected season ticket prices?
Shields Gazette has profiled where Newcastle's cheapest ticket ranks compared to Premier League and Championship clubs.