The Iron are proud to be ranked amongst the division's cheapest when it comes to affordability for supporters over a vast range of different criteria.
That's according to the latest release of the Price of Football Survey, with the reports for League One singling out the club on a number of occasions for either reducing their prices or being among the cheapest in the division.
United are 10% below the league average when it comes to match day tickets, according to the report for 2016.
The figures, as part of a annual gathering of data by the BBC, also showed Scunthorpe's most expensive match day ticket and most expensive season ticket at 11% below the league average.
Along with a host of benefits for 12th Man members including a FREE copy of the matchday programme, the Iron also offer the cheapest cup of tea in the division at £1.20.
The start of the season saw the Iron bring the club shop back in house, with the price of an adult shirt reduced to £39.95, also the cheapest in the division.
With 21 goals scored at home so far in 2016-17 in eight games, each goal costs supporters on average just £4.66 over half the price the cost of an Iron goal in 2015-16.
United continue to offer FREE tickets for under-12's when a ticket is obtained from the ticket office in advance (see the full story here), while the club also offer package deals in the Family Area, making football more affordable for families.
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