Good to see that common sense prevailed in the end.
Scotland have confirmed they will play Argentina in a friendly match at Hampden Park on 19 November.
Original plans for the fixture were shelved after fans expressed concerns about higher ticket prices for the match at that time of year.
"I'm delighted we've struck a deal to bring Argentina here," said Scottish FA chief executive Gordon Smith.
"And we are very pleased we will be able to put on the game at a pricing structure that will appeal to fans."
In July the Scottish FA examined the possibility of the friendly match, but the Argentine FA wanted a fee of around Â£1m to bring over stars such as Carlos Tevez, Lionel Messi and Juan Roman Riquelme.
That would have resulted in elevated ticket prices in the region of Â£40 for spectators, which proved to be a stumbling block among the Tartan Army for a midweek friendly.
However, after negotiations, the tickets have been set at the same level as for the World Cup qualifier against Norway, at between Â£25 and Â£35 for adults.
Smith says both parties were eager to make the fixture happen.
"When we were speaking to the representatives, it was clear that the Argentinians wanted to play us and were just as excited as we were about a match," he said.
"We want Scotland fans to see the players pit themselves against the best in the world and there are few teams better than Argentina.
"This is going to be a great match and a fantastic occasion. I know that George Burley and the team will put on a show that will do the country proud."
Scotland coach Burley echoed the sentiments of his chief executive.
"We cannot wait to test ourselves against one of the best teams in the world," said Burley.
"And we look forward to our fans giving the Argentinians a great Scottish Hampden welcome."
Following the initial rejection of the fixture in the summer the SFA entered discussions with the Portuguese FA about a possible fixture of the same date.