Manchester City can no longer boast the cheapest season ticket in the Premier League, but their limited quantity £299 seasoncards are still among the lowest priced – and you get to watch the most entertaining team in England!
The BBC’s annual Price of Football study is the biggest of its type in Europe, studying costs at football clubs, and it has revealed a range of costs, from ticket prices to cups of tea, for Man City and other clubs.
The £299 season ticket is now the fourth cheapest in the league, while it cost only Huddersfield fans less to watch their team score a goal at home last season.
An adult team shirt at City costs £60.00, which is £9.10 more expensive than the league average.
A cup of tea, priced at £2.00, is £0.12 below the league average, while a pie is a costly £4.00, £0.35 above the league average.
City’s matchday programmes are competitively priced at £3.00, with the league average being £3.40.
A typical seasoncard holder could spend £854 following City this season, based on buying a pie, cup of tea and programme on matchday,
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