Arsenal's defeat to Brighton left the 'Gunners' fans with broken hearts, and may hit some of their pockets even heavier.
At some point, when Arsenal topped the Premier League table, tickets for Arsenal's last Premier League match against Wolverhampton were resold for $66,000 per ticket.
However, in the previous stage of the tournament, Arsenal lost its hopes of competing for the title, and Manchester City became just one win away from officially preserving its title as Premier League champion.
The sons of Spanish coach Mikel Arteta lost 3-0 at home to Brighton last Sunday, while City beat Everton by the same score, expanding the points difference to 4 with one less match.
Arsenal fans are hopeful but once ambitious ticket dealers are not so confident and realistic about ticket sales.
The same seats that were sold for tens of thousands of dollars in hopes of watching Arsenal's first title win since 2004 are now 150 times fewer.
Lower-level tickets – which usually sell for $91 – sold for around $432 for Arsenal's last game of the season.
And this collapse comes after the devastating loss of Arsenal to Brighton.
And after City achieved its 11th consecutive victory in the league, to put a hand on its seventh title in the Premier League.
After losing the Brighton match, Arteta spoke realistically about Arsenal's fortunes, saying, "A week ago I was standing here feeling proud and today we have to apologize for the performance in the second half; it was not acceptable. Mathematically, competition for the title is still possible, but today it is impossible to think of it." (Winning the title).
He concluded by saying, "We need to understand the result and the performance in the second half, understand the reason and get a different reaction."