We often hear about Arsenal ticket prices when the media are using them to bash the club – MOST EXPENSIVE TICKETS!

And it’s true. Arsenal have some of the most expensive tickets in football, but did you know, when it comes to the Premier League, they also have some of the cheapest?

Despite the Emirates generally getting a bad name when it comes to ticket prices, the club are among only nine who offer an adult Premier League ticket for under £30, according to a survey by Free Super Tips revealing the true price of football for fans.

The Premier League Match Day Calculator also shows that Gooners can snap up a ticket for as little as £27 – less than Manchester United, Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham.

Tickets for an equivalent game at United would set you back at £31, with Chelsea and City coming in at £30, and the cheapest ticket for a game at White Hart Lane priced at £32.

Arsenal’s Category C games range from £27 to £39.50 but the equivalent prices at Tottenham start at £32 rising up to £47, meaning that Gooners could make a potential saving of up to £20 compared with their rivals. Not much, but every penny helps etc etc

Supporters who are non-members could also watch Arsenal in action against Swansea City and Middlesbrough across back-to-back weekends starting on Saturday October 15.

Elsewhere around the Premier League, Stamford Bridge is the most expensive venue for refreshments for the 2016/17 season.

Away fans travelling to Chelsea will have to fork out £4.50 for a pie and £4.60 for a pint but a trip to Anfield will be much more enjoyable with the traditional pre-match combo costing £6.50 altogether.

For the full set of statistics and top tips on every Premier League ground this season visit http://www.freesupertips.co.uk/matchday-calculator/

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