If you're a Hearts supporter for example, that's next year's season ticket not only for you but maybe a couple of others as well (depending on where you sit of course).
Alternatively, donate it to the Foundation of Hearts who not only made great efforts to save the club, but are also doing rather well in helping to keep it's heart (no pun intended) beating.
Splash it all on to hire a wee plane to fly over Tynecastle with a tacky bedsheet that has a silly slogan written on it?
The aircraft hire boys clearly saw you coming.
It's been a couple of weeks or so since the "Neilson Out" protest was launched airborne which was no doubt designed to be some sort of rallying call for the fans to topple the manager.
Instead, it merely drew their contempt and solidified their support for him.
Not to mention create widespread derision for those who had stumped up a wad of notes for this daft stunt.
Freedom of speech and a right to protest maybe cited but nowhere does either deal suggest we all have to agree with you.
Therefore, freedom to mock has been invoked in response.
So what was the beef with the Gorgie/Dalry martyrs that made them pay someone else to take to the sky with their not-so-wonderful example of calligraphy?
Team in third place....highest scorers in league outwith Celtic....on course for European football in their first year back in the top flight after being promoted....
Oh they got knocked out by Hibs in the Scottish Cup.
Team loses local derby shocker.
Now losing to your city rivals is not pleasant - however, Hearts have lost them before and have won many more.
Ah but Hibs are in a lower division I hear you cry.
But please bear in mind that other Premier League scalps taken by the Leith side this season include Inverness Caley Thistle, St Johnstone and title-chasing Aberdeen.
That would suggest that should they be promoted this season via the play-offs, they might do reasonably well upon their return.
And the fact that Hibs being promoted is by no means guaranteed this season (one suspects Falkirk could throw a spanner in their works) would suggest that the top end of the second tier is reasonably strong - even it Hearts did leave it in their wake by a country mile last season.
Football fans have traditionally been fickle but there's letting off steam straight after a match defeat on a radio phone-in and then there's planning something over a period of time at great expense - when the team's doing well.
One wonders if plane hire had been so readily available what those fans would have thought of Alex MacDonald when his Hearts side failed to win promotion on the last day of the 81/82 season.
They probably would have popped up years later up in the skies bemoaning the fact that Hearts only beat Bayern Munich 1-0.
Similar heroics from our highly-organised band of schemers would no doubt have been planned when Jim Jefferies' first spell in charge got off to a slow start early in 95/96.
The protest would probably have been circling the skies just as his Hearts side were about to do a lap of honour with the Scottish Cup.
It's a pity the staunch pioneers of footballing aerial protest did not make themselves available for interview to explain their actions - which I'm sure that judging by their silence, they are very proud of.
You can imagine it.
"Listen pal...ahve pleyed wi Hertz oan ra Fitba Managah kompootah geme likesay... n' ah wun 10 Chumpions Leeks wi 'em n' Roabbie getz us oot o ra cup by thum" etc
Hearts themselves have brushed the pathetic stunt off and, at time of writing, have won four games in a row without conceding a goal.
Some crisis eh? Although try telling that to the folk with more money than sense.
Maybe they should run a football club themselves?
But not Hearts please fellas.... we've had brainless eejits run and nearly ruin us before.
Now back to the sky with you.