Huddersfield Town represent the best football value for money in Yorkshire.
Dean Hoyle's announcement that an initial 10,000 2016/17 season cards will be available priced at £179 for adults, £69 for 8-17-year-olds and £23 for u8s make a seat at the John Smith's stadium the cheapest Championship footballing ticket in the county.
It works out at just £7.80 a game for adults, value that only looks better when compared with the going rate at Yorkshire's other second tier sides. The current going rate to watch Rotherham is £15.43 per match, £17.17 at Sheffield Wednesday, £17.30 at Elland Road and a whopping £23.09 per game for a ticket to see Steve Bruce's Hull City.
Watching Town on a Saturday afternoon will now be cheaper than a ticket to the cinema to watch the latest blockbuster.
To get a better deal, you have to drop down a division or two - and even then, you have to choose your club wisely.
Dean Hoyle's brilliant offer is available throughout all the home areas of the stadium, meaning you don't need to pick and choose your spot carefully or hide in one of the least desirable blocks to take advantage.
And still there are only three other clubs in England's top four divisions where the very cheapest ticket from this season will cost you less than your ideal seat at Town.
Reading, Bradford and Charlton Athletic are the only other league clubs currently offering a cheaper deal - while Town's season card works out as less money per game than the lowest prices at Dagenham, Accrington Stanley, Fleetwood Town and Morecambe.
It's no secret that Premier League prices are already making eyes water and wallets empty - and they're only going up. Liverpool have been forced to climb down already this season after revealing that 2016/17 prices would increase to £77 in certain parts of the stadium.
And yet the current price of £37.37 means that you'll be able to watch close to five games at the John Smith's Stadium for the price of one at Anfield.
Fancy a ticket at Arsenal? A cool £53.37, or the equivalent of close to seven Town games from the start of next term.
Dean Hoyle wants to fill the stadium and see how far it can take the club, while David Wagner has called on supporters to snap up the first 10,000 tickets and give the Chairman a headache about what to do next.
It's an outstanding deal compared to what other clubs are offering, but it's easy to count the difference in your own pocket.
A standard adult season card in the Britannia Rescue Stand for 2015/16 was £388, so with the £209 you'll save you could bring a friend for free and still have change for your half time coffee, or get a flight to Dubai to enjoy some sunshine.