The most expensive tickets for the Europa League final cost less than the cheapest tickets generally available for the Champions League final.
UEFA's Category 1 tickets for the Europa League final in Dublin went on sale Monday for 135 ($185), with all fans able to buy Category 4 seats for 50 ($68).
UEFA angered fans in England last week by asking for 175 ($235) for the cheapest tickets available to neutral fans at Wembley Stadium for the Champions League final. Fans of the two finalists can get some seats for 95 ($130).
The best seats at Wembley cost 350 ($480) and all tickets are subject to a 31 ($40) administration fee, which was singled out for criticism by supporters' groups.
UEFA did not specify what it would charge to handle applications for tickets to see its second-tier competition final.
Europa League prices are lower than for last year's final played in Hamburg, Germany, which ranged from 55-150 with a 30 fee.
UEFA said last week it set prices according to market prices in the host city.
Ireland's debt-ridden economy was bailed out last November and unemployment has tripled in the past three years.
The Europa League final is to be played on May 18 at the 51,000-capacity venue formerly known as Lansdowne Road.