Pools’ Season Ticket deal has seen them placed near the top of League Two in results published in the BBC’s annual Price of Football survey.
The Club once again offered cut-price Season Tickets during the summer with adults paying just £180 for the entire 2014/15 campaign at Victoria Park – that’s less than £8 per game.
Pools were one of only two clubs in the entire division who charged under the £200 mark for Season Tickets, with Dagenham & Redbridge the only cheaper option at £179.
Southend United have the most expensive Season Ticket in League Two, with Shrimpers fans asked to pay £350 to see all the games at Roots Hall.
“We’re proud that our Season Ticket prices have been shown to be among the best in English football once again,” said Chief Executive Russ Green.
“Over the last few seasons we’ve shown our commitment to making football affordable for our fans and we will continue to do that where possible in the future.”
Pools have consistently topped the charts for low Season Ticket prices in recent years after a series of good-value offers, including our award-winning Come To Pools campaign in 2011/12.