Date: 14th October 2015 at 11:37pm
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League Two

5. Newport County – £24.10

Bottom of League Two with only one win all season, away to Carlisle, it hasn’t been a happy start to the campaign for Exiles fans. No home wins, and not looking like turning their form around, fans may be forgiven for refusing to go to Spytty Park. But the low prices mean that supporters are consistently attending, getting behind the team.

Matchday ticket: £17
Programme: £3
Pies: £2.60
Tea: £1.50

4. Morecambe – £23.90

The Shrimps have had a very average start to the season so far, with a level goal difference and sitting comfortably in 12th, their supporters might be hoping for a bit more this term. Only four points off the play-off places, and the cheapest ticket only £16, they will have a lot of support this season. Although £4.90 for a pie and tea seems pricey for League Two, despite their reputation for delicious meat-filled pastries.

Matchday ticket: £16
Programme: £3
Pies: £3.20
Tea: £1.70

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3. Crawley Town – £23.50

With only the one home league win from six games, and the team positioned in 18th, The Reds will be hoping this season isn’t one to forget. In order to catapult themselves up the table, they have the third cheapest tickets available in the league, as they have seen a decrease over the past three years in attendance figures.

Matchday ticket: £16
Programme: £3
Pies: £3
Tea: £1.50

2. Exeter City – £23.10

Exeter are another club that have dropped their prices after suffering a dip in attendances. Their figures are half as much as they were six years ago, and it seems only promotion will see them rise again. By putting prices down, The Grecians hope to get more fans in to cheer the team to a play-off place, which is a realistic target this campaign.

Matchday ticket: £16
Programme: £3
Pies: £2.60
Tea: £1.50

1. Wycombe Wanderers – £22.60

With the cheapest day out offered in the league, Wycombe will be fairly happy all round. The Chairboys sit in a play-off place and are fully expected to be there come the end of the season. And at £15 for the cheapest ticket, it is a great opportunity for supporters to watch some entertaining football for a very affordable price.

Matchday ticket: £15
Programme: £3
Pies: £3
Tea: 1.60

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

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