Two of this weekend's four Phase Two All-Ireland SFC quarter-finals have already sold out.
The opening-round last-eight fixtures at Croke Pak last weekend proved somewhat anticlimactic but there is a spike in interest for the forthcoming games as home venues kick in.
There are no remaining tickets available for champions Dublin's mouth-watering clash with Tyrone in Omagh on Saturday, while Kildare's must-win Group One meeting with Galway in Newbridge will also have a full house.
The capacity of Clones in 29,000 so, unless half of Monaghan's population attend Sunday evening's crunch game against Munster champions Kerry, nobody will be turned away.
Sunday's other Super 8s match will see Roscommon entertain Donegal at Dr Hyde Park, where capacity is an adequate 25,000, as both strive to pick up their first points of the campaign.