Date: 14th October 2015 at 11:37pm
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15th January 2013 - FA Cup 3rd Round Replay - Birmingham City v Leeds United - The ticket office at St Andrews with the words 'Villa Away' spray painted on the brickwork - Photo: Marc Atkins / Offside.

5. Birmingham City – £23.10

Sitting fourth in the table, Blues fans have enjoyed a good start to the season. Having only lost two home games so far this season, and providing supporters with exciting games, such as the 4-2 victory over Bristol City, it’s only an added bonus that they have the fifth cheapest day out in the league.

Matchday ticket: £15
Programme: £3
Pie: 2.90
Tea: £2.20

4. Bolton – £22.90

The exciting days under Sam Allardyce may seem a distant memory for many Trotters fans, as they currently sit 22nd in the division. With only one home win all season, supporters wouldn’t want to be paying too much, and so having the fourth cheapest day out will soften the blow of their current situation. It also gives fans the chance to fill the stadium to hopefully see a turnaround.

Matchday ticket: £15
Programme: £3
Pie: £2.90
Tea: £2

3. Derby County – £18.90

Having failed to gain promotion in recent years, some fans may have become frustrated with the Rams form. With only achieving one home win all season, a 2-0 against Brentford, supporters are still getting firmly behind Paul Clement’s side, and they can do it for under £20.

Matchday ticket: £10
Programme: £3
Pie: £3.60
Tea: £2.30

2. Reading – £18.50

Reading have surprised many this season so far, with them sitting in third place after beating promotion rivals Middlesbrough 2-0. Royals fans could’ve watched that game for the incredibly cheap price of £18.50, and the prospect of seeing a promotion fight, watched with affordable tickets, is bringing the crowds in at the Madejski.

Matchday ticket: £10
Programme: £3
Pie: £3.50
Tea: £2

1. Huddersfield Town – £17.20

Huddersfield have dropped their ticket prices in order to fill the stadium, so fans can get behind the team to have a successful season. With the cheapest day out in the league, supporters can watch tense football, with multiple draws occurring at the John Smith’s Stadium.

Matchday ticket: £10
Programme: £2
Pie: £3.20
Tea: £2

*prices based on each club’s cheapest matchday ticket.

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