It’s very easy to complain about the price of football in England.
But for Huddersfield Town fans, many will be laughing their way to the bank after the Terriers announced their ticket prices for next season.
The Yorkshire side secured their place in the top-flight as they won the Championship play-off final on Monday.
Christopher Schindler was the Wembley hero as Huddersfield defeated Reading 4-3 on penalties to return to the top-flight for the first time since 1972.
And there will be joy for their followers when they discover the cost to watch their side in action against the Premier League elite.
The club vowed to cap the tickets regardless of promotion back in March.
Next season’s prices for adults were set at £199, while it is only £79 for those aged eight to 17 years old and just £29 for under-8s.
The amount of season tickets that were capped was 17,000.
Huddersfield currently have around 15,000 season ticket holders and have offered reduced rates in the past to try and boost attendances at the Kirklees Stadium.
Their 24,5000 capacity home will no doubt be full to the brim for all 19 of their home matches next season following their promotion success.
And once their supporters get over their hangovers, they can start looking ahead to the visit of the likes of Antonio Conte’s champions and Liverpool to Yorkshire.
They will discover who the first visitors will be when the next season’s fixtures list is announced on Thursday June 14.
The 2017/18 Premier League campaign will begin on Saturday August 12.