If you want to be there when the Wildcats play in the NCAA tournament in Louisville, you probably need a lot of money or a lot of luck.
Tickets, including the University of Kentucky's allotment, are sold out.
But if you are a UK student, you are eligible for a student lottery Monday at Memorial Coliseum. Doors open at 4 p.m., and numbers will be drawn for chances to buy at total of about 100 tickets.
For full details on the lottery, go to Ukathletics.com/tickets/student-tickets-basketball.html; information is at the bottom of the page.
Other fans can go to the NCAA Ticket Exchange at PrimeSport.com, which Sunday night was showing a wide range of tickets, starting at $61.75 and going up to $300, for Thursday's first session. For all three sessions at KFC Yum Center, tickets were priced from $261 to $1,425 each for three spots at center court.
(If you click the "see who's sitting where" function, you can find out if any of your Facebook friends was lucky enough to get tickets and where they will be sitting.)
Some UK season ticket holders also qualified for a chance to buy tournament tickets. If you are one of those people, information already has been sent to you, according to the UK ticket office.