Preston North End supporters can chew their way through one of the cheapest pies in the Championship but have to make their money stretch a bit further for a half-time brew.
The BBC's annual Price of Football study showed that 17 Championship clubs charge more than North End's £3 for a pie.
Five clubs charge the same, with Burton Albion offering the cheapest pastry snack in the division at £2.80.
A cup of tea at Deepdale is £2.20, only six Championship charging more and five the same price.
When it comes to admission prices, North End's cheapest season ticket price is £380 according to the study - six clubs in the division are more expensive.
What the study does not include is that season tickets for Under-11s are free.
The dearest season ticket on offer to PNE fans is £505, with 15 clubs in the section having a larger price - the most expensive in that category is the £929 charged by Fulham.
North End's cheapest single ticket is £24, Wolves, Sunderland, Middlesbrough, Leeds and Ipswich charging more.
Their most expensive single ticket is £30, that comparing favourably in the division with 17 clubs more expensive.
PNE charge a flat £24 for away fans at Deepdale, while many others have a sliding scale.
In the study's cheapest adult away ticket section, their £24 is cheaper than eight clubs.
But in the dearest adult away category, North End offer the joint best value - all but Burton charge more.
Ten Championship clubs charge more for an adult replica shirt than the £45 it costs in the Deepdale club shop - eight charge the same as PNE - while their junior replica shirts at £36 is cheaper than 11 clubs in the division.
The £3 which Preston charge for their match day programme is pretty standard in the Championship, with 19 clubs' publications costing the same and five more expensive at £3.50.