The last 400 tickets for Sunday's once-in-a-lifetime AFL match have sold out.
The tickets to Launceston's highly-anticipated AFL match between Hawthorn and Essendon appear to have sold out 4 hours after going live.
There appeared to be only single seats remaining, with seats in pairs not appearing for sale.
The extra tickets came after fan furor when general public tickets sold out in under an hour on Thursday.
With Launceston traditionally being a Hawks stronghold, the match is set to be a landmark for Bombers supporters too.
Sunday's match at UTAS Stadium is the first time that Essendon has played in Tasmanian since 1992, leading to a spike in Essendon memberships.
The enthusiasm for the match has led to continued calls for Tasmania to be taken seriously as an AFL state.
After disappointing turn outs at recent matches - including a record Tasmanian low of 3462 last weekend - Sunday's sell-out is testament to Tasmania's loyalty to high-profile Victorian clubs and the potential for Tasmania to rally around a team of its own.