Brentford rank 14th in the Championship when it comes to the most expensive match day and joint 16th when it comes to the cheapest matchday, according to the BBC price of football survey.
The Price of Football study from the BBC is the biggest of its kind in the British game.
Now into its sixth year, it measured more than a 1,000 match day tickets at 223 and broke down what it costs to see each and every club, with general findings as you will read.
A cheap trip to Griffin Park, including a £20 ticket (the cheapest available), pie, tea and programme will set you back £28.40 and the most expensive matchday trip would be £43.40.
A 'cheap' day out at Leeds will set you back £38.80, the most in the league, with Ipswich just 20p behind.
The most expensive day out is at Sheffield Wednesday at £57.40, while Fulham come in second place at a cost of £55.
Brentford have the second cheapest tea in the league at £1.60 with Burton beating them by 30p. Fulham and Bristol City charge £2.50.
When it comes to pies, the Bees are in mid-table at £3.30. Fulham and Brighton cost £4.
The Bees, along with Norwich, Brighton, Aston Villa and Fulham, have the most expensive programme at £3.50 with the rest charging £3.
When it comes to merchandise Brentford are at the lower end of the scale at £32.99 for a junior shirt with an adult shirt £10 dearer. The cheapest junior shirt is at Burton Albion at £22.50 with Sheffield Wednesday charging fans £45. At £39.99, Burton and Rotherham have the cheapest adult shirts with Huddersfield costing a penny more. The Owls charge an eyewatering £55.
Brentford are mid-table in their season ticket costs and allow fans to buy two additional tickets at £10 on a couple of occasions.