A matchday at Adams Park costs less than at any other club in Sky Bet League 2, the BBC Sport's Price of Football survey has discovered.Wycombe are the only club in the division to offer a matchday ticket for adults at £15, which is available in the Bucks New Uni Stand (terrace), and there's even a £2 discount if fans buy in advance.
The survey classed a 'day out' as a combination of the cheapest adult ticket, a pie (£3), cup of tea (£1.60) and a programme (£3), which adds up to a total of £22.60 at Adams Park - the lowest in League 2.
Wanderers rank fifth in the list of cheapest adult season tickets (£223), while their most expensive adult season ticket (£352) is the sixth best price in the division.
Commenting on the survey as a whole, Football League Chief Executive Shaun Harvey said: “Football League clubs continue to offer compelling football at a price that is affordable, particularly for those buying season tickets who are rewarded for their loyalty and financial commitment with the best value ticket offerings.
“The significant numbers of season ticket holders at matches, along with ever-greater numbers of young fans, has resulted in the average price paid per paying spectator being as low as £14 across the League’s 72 clubs.
“Clearly others, such as adults and those paying on the day, will usually pay more. Clubs therefore need to ensure that their ticketing policies provide the right balance between fair value for supporters and generating the income that sustains on-field performance, which overwhelmingly they do.”
Click here to delve into the survey's findings.