Brentford have had one of the best value for money season tickets in the Championship this season.
The cheapest season ticket for the Bees this season set fans back £343 according to the BBC Price of Football Survey.
With Mark Warburton's side scoring 46 goals at home, that works out at £7.46 per goal - the sixth best value in the division.
Watford have offered the best value for money season ticket in the Championship this season.
The least expensive season tickets at Vicarage Road set fans back £165 each, the second cheapest in the league.
Watford have scored 48 goals at home, the second highest number in the division, and won 14 games, the third highest number in the division.
That means that holders of the cheapest season tickets paid just £3.44 per home goal, less than any other side in the league and £11.79 per home win, less than any other side in the division.
At £150, Charlton offered the cheapest season tickets in the league.
It's been a rather middle-of-the-road season for the Addicks, with the side ranking 14th in the league in terms of home goals scored (32 in total) and 12th in terms of home wins (nine in total).
That means that holders of Charlton's cheapest season ticket paid the equivalent of £4.69 per goal and £16.67 per win - the league's second best value for money in both categories.
Derby have had the next best value season ticket for goals per game(£5.94) followed by Blackburn (£6.73) and Huddersfield (£7.32).
When it comes to pounds per goal, Sheffield Wednesday have had the worst value for money season ticket in the league.
The cheapest season tickets at Hillsborough set fans back £360 each.
With the Owls scoring just 16 home goals this season that works out at £22.50 per goal.
Wednesday are followed by Leeds, whose holders of the club's cheapest season tickets paid an average of £20.23 per home goal at Elland Road.
Brighton's least expensive season ticket holders paid £17.88 per home goal, Reading's paid £15.63 and Wigan's paid £15.56.
Fans who purchased Wigan's cheapest season tickets might feel particularly hard done by in terms of home wins.
With just three all season, Latics fans paid the equivalent of £93.33 for every home victory in 2014-15.
That's followed by Brighton (£77.50), Sheffield Wednesday (£72.00), Millwall (£66.60) and Rotherham (£56.25).
Norwich and Bournemouth were the top two goal scoring sides in the Championship this season with 50 and 48 goals respectively.
However, they also had the two most highly priced of the cheapest season tickets at £499.50 and £480.
That meant that fans were effectively paying £9.99 per Norwich goal and £10 per Bournemouth goal, the 14th and 15th best value for money tickets in the league in terms of pounds per goal.