It's been yet another thrilling season in the Championship, with an incredible four-way dash for promotion lasting until the final game of the season, where Watford and Bournemouth - the surprise story of the season - emerged triumphant.
But across the division's 24 teams, which fans got the most value for money? Who got ripped off and who got a bargain?
Discount website vouchercodes.co.uk have put together this fascinating infographic to answer that very question, factoring in the costs of the cheapest season ticket at each club, the price of a scarf, pie and pint and comparing these outgoings against the 'footballing return', of home goals and wins seen over the course of the season.
Emerging triumphant were Watford, who 'cost' an average of £38.56 per home win, while Wigan's long-suffering fans saw their relegation season cost them £151.49 per home victory.
In terms of goals, Derby County - who have just sacked manager Steve McClaren - actually faired well, with fans paying just £9.72 per goal, albeit in vain, as the club missed out on the play-offs. But spare a thought for fans of Sheffield Wednesday, who scored just 16 goals at home all season, with fans paying a whopping £38.79 for each occasion that they hit the onion bag.
As well as claiming the title, Bournemouth's fans saw their side claim the all-important prize of cheapest pie and pint, at just £5. Perhaps we should all start supporting The Cherries.
Check out the full list below and see where your club finished.