Burnley Football Club contributed to the BBC’s annual Price of Football survey, which has announced its results across its various media platforms.
And the Clarets are pleased to say that, as a club, we performed among the best in the Premier League in terms of giving of value for money to supporters.
Among the highlights, the survey shows that only four top-flight clubs have a cheaper season ticket than Burnley.
The cheapest season ticket at Turf Moor is 30 per cent below the league average and the most expensive is 33 per cent lower than the average cost.
The most expensive match-day ticket for a Burnley home game is 25 per cent below the league average.
The cost of an adult replica shirt is the joint lowest in the league – along with AFC Bournemouth - and the cost of a child’s shirt is 19 per cent below the league average.
In terms of match-day costs, the price of a programme, a pie and a cup of tea at Burnley are all below the average costs for the league.
Among the special offers from the Clarets also highlighted by the BBC are free under-10 season tickets, when bought with a full paying adult in the Family Stand, and season tickets for under-22s for £95.
Burnley chief executive Dave Baldwin contributed to the survey, being filmed in an interview at Turf Moor.
He told the BBC: “What's very evident about Burnley as a town is that it is very much a one-club town.
“You very rarely see other club colours being worn around the town. It is very much claret and blue.
“We don't take that for granted because what we have to be conscious of is what is affordable to people. You don't want them to fall out of the love of football.”