BBC Price of Football survey reveals Dagenham & Redbridge have fourth-cheapest season ticket in National League

PUBLISHED: 09:30 17 November 2016

A view from the Traditional Builders' Stand at Victoria Road (pic: Gavin Ellis/TGS Photo)

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Despite cheap season ticket, Daggers have second-most expensive adult shirt

Dagenham & Redbridge offer the fourth-cheapest season ticket in the National League, according to this year’s BBC Price of Football survey.

All 24 teams took in the division took part in this year’s survey, which looks at a how much a variety of aspects associated with attending a football match cost.

At £199, Daggers’ cheapest season ticket is the fourth best in the league, with Sutton United’s a bargain at £85, while Maidstone United have the most expensive ‘cheapest’ season ticket at £315.

However, the Essex club do have the second most expensive adult shirt in the division at £43, behind only York City (£43) with North Ferriby United (£29.99) the cheapest.

Daggers, though, do have a competitively-priced junior shirt at £31, with Braintree the best at £20 and York again the worst at £36.

A pie at Victoria Road would set you back £2.50, with Braintree also the cheapest in this category at £2 and Tranmere Rovers, Forest Green Rovers and Maidstone the most expensive at £3.50.

Should you fancy a cup of tea, it costs £1.20 at Daggers, compared to £1 at Braintree and as much as £2 at both Southport and Lincoln City.

The Essex club do, however, have the most expensive programme in the league at £3, along with 14 others, while the cheapest is £2 at both Gateshead and North Ferriby.

The cheapest single matchday ticket at Daggers is £18, with Tranmere’s lowest at £19 and Macclesfield Town offering one at £13.

All in, it means the cheapest day out at Daggers is £24.70, compared to £27 at Tranmere and £20.40 at Macclesfield.


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