If you plan to catch the cats in action in the NCAA Tournament, you may have a difficult time finding tickets.
According to UK Athletics, tickets for the second and third round games in Louisville are already sold out.
However, UK students still have a chance to score tickets.
A lottery will be held at 5 p.m. Monday at Memorial Coliseum with doors opening at 4 p.m.
Approximately 100 student tickets will be available for the UK sessions only.
For non-students, secondary brokers like StubHub.com have tickets available, but they'll cost you. Tickets start at $100 apiece and lower arena seats will cost you about $500 a ticket.
The Better Business Bureau says if you do get tickets from a secondary broker the best thing you can do is pay with a credit card. They say if there is something wrong you can dispute it, and possibly get your money back.