The search for tickets is underway in earnest, ahead of the Mayo V Dublin All-Ireland semi-final on Saturday evening in Croke Park.
Long queues are reported at Supervalu and Centra stores across Mayo all day, since tickets went on sale at 10 am this morning.
The Croke Park game is expected to be a sell-out, with the Mayo minors match throwing-in at 3pm and the senior semi-final at 5pm.
Mayo supporters have also been queuing online for tickets since this morning at Tickets.ie, with many frustrated fans contacting Midwest News to report difficulties and long waits for tickets.
Meanwhile, there's still no indication from Irish Rail as to whether they will operate additional services or special trains on Saturday from Mayo to Dublin.
The Cathaoirleach of Mayo County Council, Westport-based Councillor Brendan Mulroy is calling on the company to announce their plans sooner rather than later, so Mayo supporters can finalise their travel arrangements for Saturday...