LAS VEGAS — It’s supposed to be the hottest ticket in sports.

So far, though, fans aren’t exactly storming the box office to buy tickets for Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s fight next month with Conor McGregor.

A check online Saturday revealed hundreds – even thousands – of seats still available from Ticketmaster at the T-Mobile Arena for the Aug. 26 fight. There are so many open seats that fans with enough room left on their credit cards can buy six tickets together in 162 spots throughout the arena

That might be because of the astronomical prices set by promoters – the cheapest original tickets on Ticketmaster have a face value of $3,500. Maybe fans are just waiting for the right time to buy, hoping the price will drop.

Either way, promoter Leonard Ellerbe isn’t terribly concerned. He says the fight will not only sell out, but break records.

“We’re very excited and very happy with ticket sales so far,” Ellerbe told The Associated Press “We’re well on our way to smashing our own record which transcended the sport.”

That record was a $72,198,500 gate set by Mayweather in his 2015 fight with Manny Pacquiao, more than three times bigger than any previous boxing gate.

Still, five days after tickets went on sale, seats throughout the arena are widely available. They are not, however, for anyone a little light in the wallet.

Prices climb to $10,000 near the ring, and there are “platinum” seats that go for as much as $14,995.