BBC: Manchester City have won the Premier League title and are also top of the league of value for fans, according to the ING Direct Value table.
The bank chart compares club season ticket costs with Premier League performance and entertainment value and getting the most points for your pound.
ING places QPR, who just avoided relegation, at the bottom of the table.
Wigan, who had a great escape from relegation, are second best value, and West Bromwich Albion third.
The value league was compiled by comparing season ticket prices with points earned, and with a bonus for goals scored, deemed to affect fans' enjoyment of the game.
Just under half of fans felt they received good value for money in the 2011-12 season just ended, and as a result are seriously thinking about whether or not to renew their season ticket for the next campaign.
However it seems that clubs are listening to their concerns, with more than half of Premiership teams (12 of the 20) freezing or lowering their season ticket prices this year in an attempt to retain fans.
Are these results particularly important for Premiership clubs? Man City's social media programmes are well known be amongst the best in the league, but how does this recent acclaim compare? Do you agree with these results? With 12 out of the 20 Prem teams lowering season ticket prices this year, what effect will this have on revenue/customer engagement?