More than two thirds of Championship clubs reduced or froze their matchday ticket prices, while at least half of the clubs' season tickets were cut or remained the same.
Overall, average season ticket costs rose slightly, with the cheapest rising from £335.15 to £337.02 and the most expensive from £573.50 to £588.02.
The highest average price an adult will pay for a single matchday ticket went down slightly to £35.96 from £36.13.
- The most expensive season ticket is £929 to watch Fulham at Craven Cottage.
- However Fulham also offer the third-cheapest season ticket at £254, behind Hull City (£252) and Birmingham City - who offer the lowest price at £230.
- Norwich (£856.50) and Ipswich (£842) have the second and third most expensive season tickets.
- Hull City offer the cheapest adult single ticket at £12, while Fulham have the most expensive adult matchday ticket at £50.
Sunderland reduced the cost of their junior shirt this season, while Sheffield Wednesdayoffer reduced adult and junior prices for their special edition 150th anniversary shirts. All other clubs charged the same or more for adult and junior shirts.
The most expensive adult shirt is Aston Villa's, which costs £55.
The cheapest adult shirt is offered by Burton Albion for £39.99.
Sheffield Wednesday's special junior shirt is £25, while Middlesbrough and Aston Villa's junior shirts are the most expensive in the league at £45.
Stats courtesy of the BBC.