The BBC have just published their annual survey of the price of football.
The results show that Charlton have the second cheapest adult season tickets in League One. At £175 the North Lower ticket is beaten only by Bradford's £149. In fact, £175 is the second cheapest adult season ticket price in the entire English Football League. It also comes in £45 cheaper than Maidstone and Dover and is almost half the cost of Millwall.
At the other end of the price spectrum no-one in League One pays more than the £500 it costs for a season ticket in Charlton's most expensive seats.
Charlton's cheapest match day ticket price of £19 is pretty average for League One and is £4 cheaper than Rotherham and Portsmouth and £3 less than Gillingham.
The cheapest away ticket at The Valley is £20 which is on the reasonable side for League One. Fans would be paying an extra £4 to visit Oxford or Peterborough.
At £6.30 for a pie and a cup of tea, however, Charlton top every other club in League One and all bar Fulham in The Championship.
The full results of the survey can be seen on the BBC Sport website