Eurovision fans are rushing to get hold of coveted tickets for this year's song contest, after they went on sale at 12:00 GMT on Tuesday. There is high demand to be inside the arena when the contest's nine public shows are staged in Liverpool in May.
Fans can try for the grand final and two live semi-finals, plus six previews doubling as dress rehearsals.
Prices range from £90 to £290 for the live semi-finals on 9 and 11 May, and £160 to £380 for the final on 13 May.
Many people reported waiting in long queues on the Ticketmaster website.
I used to find it boring, but now I think it is hilarious. I shall definitely be watching it again, and subjecting my wife to it as well.
As for ticket prices, they seem better value than those for Beyonce or Dylan.