With President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration only days away, scalpers selling tickets to the big event are losing out big time.
Scalpers picked up tickets to the event early on with the intention to on-sell them for a higher price.
But that higher price has yet to surface.
Manhattan man Yossi Rosenburg, 36, bought two tickets to the event in Washington DC for almost one thousand dollars.
His plan was to sell them for more, and he reportedly estimated he could get double of what he paid.
According to New York Daily News he said, "nobody wants to buy them."
"It looks like I'm stuck with them, I might even have to go."
Mr Rosenburg admits he ticket scalps to make more money.
"I thought they would be in demand," he says.
"I got offers before I got them, but then I get them and everybody balked."
Tickets have popped up online for the event for between $245 and $562.
President-elect Donald Trump will be inaugurated on January 21 NZDT.