Rangers will take part in their first European final since 2008.
Gers battled from a first-leg deficit to see off RB Leipzig in a stunning 3-1 win at Ibrox on Thursday night, and will now face Eintracht Frankfurt, who beat a lackluster West Ham side 3-1 on aggregate in the last four.
The final takes place on Wednesday May 18 in Seville, and as demand for tickets explodes, travel and accommodation costs have also soared.
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With that in mind, we’ve looked at the best and most affordable ways for Rangers fans traveling to Spain to arrange…
How much do flights from Glasgow to Seville cost?
For Rangers fans looking to minimize travel costs, best to check out flight options via SkyScanner.
Using longer journey times and multiple stops, they offer cheaper alternatives to a number of airlines and offer several return packages between £350 and £450 for a single adult.
At the time of writing, for example, fans can fly from Glasgow at 12.25pm on Tuesday May 17, with stops at London Heathrow and Madrid, landing in Jerez at 8.35am on Wednesday May 18.
Jerez is about an hour by train south of Seville.
The return flight leaves Jerez at 9.30pm on Thursday 19th May, stops in Madrid and Heathrow and arrives in Glasgow at 11.25pm on Friday 20th May.
The full package costs £441.
Various other options are available, with flights and costs updated regularly.
How much does it cost to live in Seville?
The cost of accommodation in Seville for the night of the final varies greatly depending on the options available.
As of this writing, many cheaper hostels are already fully booked, but Trivago still offer single rooms for under £200 in some hotels.
Alternately, SkyScanner have a number of affordable rooms available in Huelva – about an hour’s drive west of Seville.
How can I get a match ticket for the Europa League final?
Rangers released a statement detailing ticketing information for Friday’s final.
It reads: “For supporters traveling independently, tickets will be sold to MyGers members with tickets allocated in a top-down method from those with the highest loyalty points to the lowest, as has been the approach for all European matches this season.
“Fans do not have to declare their interest in this process, as all tickets are sold directly by UEFA through the UEFA ticketing website.
“Successful supporters will be notified by email tonight, Friday 6 May, once the club award has been confirmed by UEFA. The email will contain a link to the ticketing website of the UEFA as well as an access code allowing the purchase of tickets.
“MyGers members with 1644 points and more have until Saturday May 7 at 6 p.m. to buy their tickets.
“MyGers members with 1528 points and more have from 6 p.m., Saturday May 7 to 9 a.m., Monday May 9 to buy their tickets.
“Subject to availability, all remaining tickets will be reallocated to the next points level and will be communicated to these members on Monday, May 9.”