In the end, youâ€™ve got to admire the Arsenal board for their ability to squeeze every last penny out of us, havenâ€™t you?
As if auctioning off the entire stadium is not enough (Iâ€™ve got my eye on one of those big Arsenal-crested wheely bins from the concourse area â€“ hands off, the lot of you), weâ€™re now being offered our own seats. Let me get this straight: over the last ten years Iâ€™ve spent thousands of pounds renting it, and now they think Iâ€™ll fork out one final Â£19.99p so I can have it for good.
Look at the advert too â€“ itâ€™s quite something. Moulded into a nice wooden base, it would look nice in my kitchen. But wait a minute â€“ that natty frame is not included. So what do you get for your Â£20? Just the two slabs of plastic, thatâ€™s what.
Imagine if we all bought them â€“ that would be Â£19.99p x 38,250, which is a cool Â£764,617.50p of money for nothing.
Iâ€™m all talk though, I am, because I know whatâ€™s going to happen.
Iâ€™m going to buy it, and you know why?
A) I’m sad
B) A donation goes to the Rocastle foundation.
Cheque book out!