Now in its sixth year, the Price of Football study analyses a range of prices associated with following your club including ticket prices, replica kit prices, food and beverage prices and programme prices - and a day out at the KCOM Stadium is top of the league - both as a one-off and over the course of a full season. This sustained effort from supporters has delivered real progress such as the £30 cap on away ticket prices in the Premier League.
The club's nearest opponents out of all 92 Premier League and Football League sides are fellow League One outfit Charlton Athletic at £175, then Championship team Huddersfield Town on £179, followed by League Two side Leyton Orient on £190.
However, Shaun Hoare fully expected Blues to top the survey for ticket prices.
Cheapest season tickets are also down on average across the Premier League, from £513.95 to £479.89 but the average price for a dearest season ticket is up marginally from £886.21 to £886.33. The most expensive, £97, is at Arsenal but this price has not increased since 2014.
The Premier League released a statement endorsing the trend.
The club have, however, frozen the price for their pies from past year, when they worked out as the dearest in the division.
The BBC contacted 223 clubs across 23 leagues in England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland and the continent for this year's study analysing ticket prices in six categories - cheapest matchday, dearest matchday, cheapest away ticket, dearest away ticket, cheapest and dearest season tickets - as well as teas, pies, programmes and junior and adult shirt prices. The current joining fee of £84, paid by just over 1% of current Season Members, sees the price as the fifth cheapest. The Gunners charge £2013 while their rivals, Spurs cash in £1895 for their highest season ticket.
Chelsea take that honour with an £87 ticket, while fellow London clubs Tottenham and West Ham are hot on their tail with prices of £81 and £80 respectively.
Liverpool charge £59 for their most expensive ticket but make up for it with a £9 cheapest pass for a single game which is the lowest in the Premier League matched just by Hull. That incredibly low figure is matched by Hull City at the lowest end of their scale. It is not possible to get a ticket for a game at Stamford Bridge in the league for less than £52.
An adult away ticket, for visiting fans, is also the best value in the division, available at just £10. Bayern Munich, Schalke, Ajax, AC Milan and Juventus are 89.95 euros (£77.67).