Superfans of “The Bachelorette” and “The Bachelor” know some of the best episodes each season are the “Men/Women Tell-All” reunions and the “After the Final Rose” specials. While the sit-downs are easy to tune into on ABC, actually getting a seat in the audience is a completely different story.

Unlike most talk shows that offer a lottery ticket system or utilize an online service to provide tickets for their tapings, ABC’s “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette” doesn’t easily offer free tickets to fans.

When International Business Times inquired about the process, employees at Warner Bros. said tickets for the events are in high demand and couldn’t provide a detailed answer on where viewers can obtain tickets, though they did say fans are able to acquire them. However, they did confirm the “After the Final Rose” specials are almost always filmed in front of a live audience.

Bustle, on the other hand, reported in 2015 that prospective audience members have to “start drawing on connections” in order to get tickets. “...It seems like the attending 'Bachelor/ette' fans basically need to be invited or have a connection with someone at ABC who can reserve your crew a spot in the audience,” wrote the site.

It appears not everyone needs to have connections, though. Host Chris Harrison did give viewers a chance to buy a seat in the audience during one season. In 2013, Harrison tweeted that fans could donate money to Kind Campaign and “win” tickets. Wet Paint reports that the first fan willing to hand over $5,000 or more was gifted tickets for themselves and a friend.

Other “Bachelor/ette” live event tickets were also donated for charity. Charity Buzz has an expired listing offering fans the chance to bid on two tickets to see Arie Luyendyk Jr.’s “After the Final Rose” taping last March. The money was to be donated to the U.S. Humane Society.

If you are lucky enough to get tickets, rumor has it there are some strict guidelines about what audience members are asked to wear during live shows. In a 2015 article for The Cut, writer Allison P. Davis detailed her time spent at a “Women Tell All” taping for Chris Soules’ season, saying the network requested the audience wore “business attire and jewel tones.”

Even after following the supposed rules, Davis claimed not everyone with a ticket received a seat during the entire six-hour show. She stated that producers “overbooked” the event she attended, making some guests trade off their in-house seat halfway through the taping with others in favor of an overflow area.

“The Bachelorette” airs Mondays at 8 p.m. EST on ABC. The Season 14 finale will air on Aug. 6.