The cost of watching Premier League football has fallen according to a BBC survey, which found that more than two thirds of ticket prices have been either cut or frozen this season.
The BBC Price of Football study looked at the costs of attending matches at home and overseas.
The average cost of the most expensive away ticket is now £29.44, a reduction of 37% from the previous level of £46.44.
Seven Championship clubs also offer cheaper season tickets than Rovers while 16 League One clubs, including local rivals Sheffield United and Scunthorpe, also weigh in with cheaper season tickets.
The average price of a pie in the Premier League is £3.49 and things are lot better over the border where they are just £2.18 in the Scottish Premier League.
The BBC spoke to 224 clubs for the study, 201 of which were in England, Scotland and Wales and the other 23 in Europe. Paris Saint-Germain charge a staggering £2588.75 for their most expensive annual pass, while Real Madrid have a £1587.84 season ticket on offer.
The club's small pool of £9 single match tickets allows them to claim the lowest single match ticket cost of any club in the Premier League.
To work out how much it costs to watch Bolton, we took the cheapest Bolton season ticket price of £280, took a punt on spending £20 on refreshments at games, buying a programme at every league game, buying one home shirt and buying a sports TV package at £30 a month.
At its heart, the BBC's Price of Football survey has the noble goal of creating greater transparency for football fans, and stopping clubs from ripping off supporters who are realistically never going to "brand switch".
An adult away ticket, for visiting fans, is also the best value in the division, available at just £10.
The average cost of the cheapest home ticket in the Premier League has decreased by 6% from the year before to £29.05.
The cheapest season tickets are sold at Huddersfield and Wigan for £179.
A spokesman for the club said: "It's not the easiest of transitions both on and off the pitch from National League South to the top tier of the National League, which we achieved back in April 2014, so getting our admission prices correct was incredibly important both to the Club and to our supporters so we're pleased to see that for the second year running our prices are below the leagues average". The negative spin would be that Liverpool are the most expensive season ticket outside of London.
Town fans also pay some of the lowest prices for replica kits.
However, this year's survey has highlighted a potentially much worse problem than Mr and Mrs Average Joe being out of pocket by a few quid compared their neighbours in the blue/red/stripey half of their city.
All programmes are priced between £3 and £3.50.