Premier League Table Of Season Ticket Value For Money
A new ‘Premier League Table’ has been put together which compares the price of a club’s season ticket with the value for money it offers.
The price of the cheapest general availability season ticket matched against both how many goals season ticket holders saw their team score at home and also how it compared to the number of points.
The two outcomes being how much money fans were paying to see each goal their team got so far this season and how much they#d paid for each home point.
The tables were put together by the Manchester Evening News and maybe no surprise they were taking particular interest with Manchester City being easily the best on both counts – fans spending only £7.12 per point and an even better £5.75 per goal.
The local Manchester interest then given even more spotlight with Manchester United being towards the other end of the spectrum to their City rivals.
In the north east things are pretty desperate with Sunderland the very worst in the Premier League for value per point – £33.33 and Newcastle not that much better (seventh worst) with £22.08 per home point.
When it comes to goals, both north east clubs are as bad as each other, the Mackems spending £28.57 fro each home goal they see, whereas Newcastle fans pay £27.89 for each home goal this season so far – those figures making Sunderland fourth worst and Newcastle fifth worst. Tottenham are actually worst when it comes to goals value, it costing their season ticket holders £40.26 for every goal they have enjoyed this time around.
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