Blink and you'll miss them. Unless you're one of the 20,000 who already have one.
But many Canberra Raiders fans will be anxiously staring at the clock, waiting for 10am on Tuesday to arrive.
That's when tickets for the Raiders' historic preliminary final against the South Sydney Rabbitohs at Canberra Stadium on Friday go on sale to the general public.
Well what's left of them anyway after more than 20,000 were sold to members on Monday.
It's expected the full house sign will be up by lunchtime.
Demand has been huge for the first ever NRL preliminary final to be played in Canberra Stadium, with the Raiders previously forced to play them in Sydney.
Some fans were annoyed they couldn't get tickets in their preferred section, with seats in the Mal Meninga Stand especially hard to come by.
The ACT government urged fans to get to the ground early when gates open at 6pm.
Extra bars and food outlets have been brought in and they will be open from the start.
Plus parking will be cheaper for anyone who arrives before 6.45pm.
The ACT government has worked with the NRL to expand the capacity of the stadium for the final, but they decided against an early proposal to build a temporary stand holding 1000 fans at the southern end.
It was thought the poor view didn't justify the cost.
Instead they've brought in smaller bleachers for people with standing room tickets, which have been increased by 1200.
It's boosted capacity to almost 28,000, which means the Raiders could set a new personal best for Canberra Stadium.
Their previous biggest crowd there was 26,476 at their 2010 semi-final loss to the Wests Tigers.
But the Canberra Stadium all-time record will be safe - the 28,753 for the ACT Brumbies' Super Rugby final against the Canterbury Crusaders will be well out of reach.
"What we could get in there for 1000 people we weren't going to be providing the experience we hoped if we put that in," Venues Canberra chief operating officer Matthew Elkins said.
"We definitely looked at it. We did what analysis we could to see how can we provide the best experience for patrons and in the end that didn't stack up."
Raiders coach Ricky Stuart said it would be a special moment for his hometown.
Canberra's already started to turn green, with even the Captain Cook Jet getting lit up at night.
In a good omen for the Raiders, club legend Laurie Daley will be doing his radio show, The Big Sports Breakfast, at Raiders headquarters in Bruce on Tuesday morning.
Daley played in all three of the Green Machine's premierships - as did Stuart.
"It's fantastic for the game down here, fantastic for the community and you've got two great footy teams," Stuart said on Monday.
"It will be a really big night. Fitting in 27-28,000 people is going to be a really special moment."
NRL PRELIMINARY FINAL
Friday: Canberra Raiders v South Sydney at Canberra Stadium, 7.50pm. Tickets available from Ticketek.