European Super League founders Manchester City are yet to sell their 2,000 ticket allocation for the Carabao Cup final.
City still have more than 200 tickets left for Sunday's clash with Tottenham after making them available to the club's 36,000 season card holders last week.
Prices range from £40 to £50 – with 1,750 tickets restricted to fans living in Greater Manchester and 250 put aside for supporters based in the London area.
But while City's average crowd at the Etihad was in excess of 54,000 before the pandemic lockdown left stadiums empty, their fans seem reluctant to meet the strict protocols required to get into Wembley as part of the government's Events Research Programme.
Supporters must produce a negative PCR coronavirus test no earlier than 24 hours before kick-off and agree to be tested again five days after the final.
Special trains and coaches have been put on to transport 1,500 fans from Manchester.
The other 250 must agree to travel by car and park at the stadium.
The EFL have made 8,000 tickets available for the game as part of the ERP, which has been designed to help with the return of fans next season.
Each club was allocated 2,000 tickets. The remaining 4,000 were given free to Brent residents and local NHS staff in recognition of their work during the pandemic.
City will be looking to lift the trophy for a fourth successive season, while Spurs will go into the game with Ryan Mason and Chris Powell in charge following Jose Mourinho's sacking.
Both clubs have agreed to join the controversial new European Super League along with Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea.
Spanish giants Barcelona and Real Madrid and Italian trio Juventus, AC Milan and Inter Milan will also be part of the break-away competition which threatens to tear the game apart.