These are the average prices for hotel rooms in Ireland’s match venues for Euro 2016
If you’ve yet to book accommodation in France, we hope you’ve some money saved.
Thousands of Irish fans will soon be embarking on a trip to France to support the Boys in Green and while many will have sorted accommodation well in advance, others might raise an eyebrow or two upon realising the price of what’s on offer.
Trivago have done the maths and compiled a list of the average prices of hotel rooms in the various Euro 2016 host cities on the nights that games will be played in those locations.
And it won’t make pleasant reading for Irish fans.
The average price of a hotel room in Saint-Denis for Ireland’s clash with Sweden in the Stade de France on 13 June, for example, is €285, a 102% increase on the average hotel price for June 2015.
At €312, the average price of a hotel room in Bordeaux on June 18, when Ireland meet Belgium, is slightly higher.
The worst of the lot, meanwhile, is Lille on 22 June, where fans are looking at paying an average price of €559 for a hotel room, a whopping 427% increase on hotel prices in the city in June of last year.
The night of Ireland’s clash with Italy in Lille is the night where the average price of a hotel room is most expensive throughout the group stages.
It's almost double the average price of €298, which was calculated by the average cost of hotel rooms per night in all host cities from June 10 – June 22.
Here’s hoping it’s all worth it.