While your chance to buy discounted tickets during the early bird period may be gone, there's still plenty of tickets left for May's NRL match between the Penrith Panthers and Cronulla Sharks.
As of Friday afternoon, only 498 tickets had been sold, while last year's match at Carrington Park match between Penrith and Melbourne attracted a record attendance of 10,973.
General admission tickets currently cost $35 for adults and $20 for children, while an allocated grandstand ticket is going for $50.
This year's match will be held on Sunday, May 10, with kick-off at 2.05pm.
It's expected that last year's Group 10 premier league premiers Bathurst Panthers will play in a curtain-raiser against Orange CYMS.
This year marks the seventh consecutive season that Penrith have brought one of its matches west over to the Blue Mountains to Bathurst.
For more information on this year's NRL Bathurst match, visit the website at www.bathurstnrl.com.au or contact Bathurst Regional Council at 6333 6111.