While Manchester City's title defence might have run aground many (blue) moons ago, their fans do have one league title worth celebrating.
As Chelsea's 87 point tally saw them become distant victors in the race for the Premiership trophy, City managed to top the Premiership value league table for the fifth consecutive year.
Crowned the best value club by VoucherCodes.co.uk as part of their annual football value survey, City's low season ticket price and impressive home record resulted in their fans paying the equivalent of £34.68 per win at the Etihad Stadium - splashing out just £11.03 per goal scored during a home match.
At the other end of the table, Burnley managed to dent both the emotions and wallets of their fans, following up relegation with the 'worst' value season ticket of the league: having won just four of their home games, the Claret's season ticket holders paid £156.45 for each win at Turf Moor - a painful £44.70 for each goal.
The 'value' of each season ticket was calculated on the basis of a home fan buying the cheapest price 2014/15 adult season ticket, a home shirt, a scarf and also a pie and pint at each home game. The full results are as follows...