Tickets for the World Cup qualifier between USA and Mexico are sold out, but tickets are available on the secondary market on websites such as Ticket Liquidator, TicketNetwork and SeatGeek.

For the fifth time since Columbus has been the host of one of the biggest rivalries in international soccer, tickets for the USA-Mexico World Cup qualifier sold out very quickly. The match falls on Veterans Day and opens the Final Round of Qualifying, also known as the “Hex,” for the 2018 FIFA World Cup. The match is scheduled to kickoff at 8pm ET.

Tickets were assigned through a lottery system, and the applicants were awarded tickets in mid-October.

But for everyone else who would like to attend the game, the only way to watch the game in person is by purchasing USA-Mexico tickets on the secondary market.

As of press time, only 30 tickets are available on the secondary market. Ticket prices on Ticket Liquidator, TicketNetwork and SeatGeek start at $268.