Average season ticket prices across England’s top flight are at their lowest levels since 2013, having dropped for a second successive year, with 82.5 per cent of overall prices having fallen or remained the same.
Promoted Huddersfield offer the lowest-costing season tickets in the division at £100, while Arsenal are at the other end of that scale at £891, and the Gunners’ most expensive is also unmatched at £1,768.50.
The average for cheapest season tickets is £464, down 1.85 per cent from £472.75 last term.
However, the the average cost of the cheapest adult home matchday ticket in the Premier League has increased by 0.86 per cent, going from £29.05 last year to £29.30 this campaign.
In that category, Liverpool offer the cheapest option at £9 and Chelsea the highest at £47.
Last season, in which a record £8.3billion global television rights deal kicked in, the league introduced a three-year cap on away ticket prices of £30, and the study has found the average for the cheapest adult away ticket is £28, having been £28.45 a year ago (a 1.58 per cent decrease).
Meanwhile, the average price of a pie in the Premier League has gone up, from £3.49 to £3.65 - an increase of 4.58 per cent. Tottenham have the dearest at £4.30 - their food and prices drinks are being set by Wembley Stadium this term.