Loyal Crawley Town supporters are paying plenty to watch their team with a report showing they have one the most expensive season tickets in the League Two.
A survey from the BBC Price of Football 2015 has revealed that a Reds season ticket could cost up to £460.
This is the third most expensive ticket in the league, ahead of Bristol Rovers (£540) and Exeter (£488).
Crawley also have the sixth most expensive cheapest season ticket at £290, although this is eclipsed by Plymouth, who charged a flat rate of £380 for all tickets.
In comparison, the cheapest single ticket at The Checkatrade.com Stadium at £16 in the second joint cheapest in the division.
And only four clubs have a lower priced, most expensive single ticket with Reds charging £22.
The top of the table teams have much affordable season tickets with Portsmouth charging £370 and Oxford United for £350.
In the Premier League, Arsenal has the dearest season ticket at £2,013, followed by Spurs for £1,895.
The BBC Price of Football is an annual study that helps football fans calculate their own annual football spend.
Crawley, who are currently 18th in the league, beat Leyton Orient 3-2 last week (October 10) and will play against Luton on Saturday (October 17).
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