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Best Value Championship Season Ticket

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While the Championship still needs to settle the small matter of the play-offs, the numbers are in for that other all-important of bragging rights - the best value season ticket.

Having factored in the price of a season ticket, home shirt, scarf, and a pie and pint at each home game, VoucherCodes.co.uk have drawn up a table of the best value season tickets in the Championship.

Adding to the glory of securing third place and a spot in the play-offs, Derby County saw off stiff competition from newly promoted Burnley and champions Leicester to offer the best value season ticket: a £230 season ticket (the cheapest the club offers) bought fans a seat to 14 wins (that's 61 percent of their home games), with an average of 2.7 goals per game. That's £29.39 per home game, and £3.77 per goal.

Our hearts go out to Yeovil Town supporters - in addition to finishing bottom of the Championship, the team could only offer one spot better in the value league. Fans only saw 0.7 goals per home game, shelling out £118.13 per home win. Despite coming bottom of the value table, Birmingham City fans will probably feel that their £276 per home win was worth avoiding relegation.

The full results of the table are as below, and you can check out the best value Premier League season tickets here.

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