If you’re hoping to watch Tom Brady’s return to Foxborough in person, it’s going to cost you. Ticket prices have skyrocketed for the game between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and New England Patriots this fall.

The Buccaneers will visit the Patriots Sunday, Oct. 3 in Week 4 of the 2021 NFL season. It will mark the first time that Brady plays his former team since signing with Tampa Bay in March 2020. The contest is among the most highly anticipated games on the entire NFL schedule, and the prices on the secondary market reflect it.

The cheapest ticket for Buccaneers vs. Patriots is being sold for $1,165, according to Vivid Seats. That’s nearly three times the price of the least expensive ticket for any other game at Gillette Stadium for the upcoming season.

The best seats for Brady’s return are being priced at over $20,000.

The second-hottest ticket for any Patriots’ home game is in Week 6 when the Dallas Cowboys are scheduled to visit New England. Fans can get in the building for as low a $447 by using Vivid Seats. For the season opener against the Miami Dolphins, tickets can be purchased for $298.

The NFL expects to have full stadiums in 2021. Some teams, including the Patriots, didn’t sell any tickets during the pandemic, while others played in limited-capacity venues.

Brady could make history when he faces Bill Belichick for the first time in his storied career. There’s a good chance Brady can pass Drew Brees for the all-time passing record in Week 4.

It’s unknown which quarterback will be under center for New England when Tampa Bay comes to town. Cam Newton replaced Brady in 2020 and is back on a one-year contract. The Patriots used their first-round draft pick on Mac Jones, who is expected to become the starter at some point.

Brady spent the first 20 years of his career with the Patriots, winning six Super Bowls and three NFL MVP awards. The quarterback established himself as the greatest football player in history.

In his first season after leaving the Patriots as a free agent, Brady led the Bucs to a championship and won his record fifth Super Bowl MVP award.

Tom Brady Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tom Brady #12 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers looks on after winning Super Bowl LV at Raymond James Stadium on Feb. 7, 2021, in Tampa, Florida. Photo: Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images