Sport's latest Price of Football study has indicated some ticket prices have fallen this season.
Data revealed by the BBC shows how much it costs Premier League fans to see their team score a home goal.
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.
The research also found that four million tickets are discounted from the publicly listed price through early-bird renewals and concessions.
At the opposite end of the scale are Hull City and Liverpool who have the cheapest Premier League matchday tickets at £9, whilst at £252, Hull City have the cheapest season ticket that is less expensive than 88% of clubs in the Championship.
There is one club, however, that even beats Arsenal's big ticket prices.
Only title-chasing Chelsea charge more for their cheapest seats, while Vicarage Road is level with Manchester United in the expensive stakes.
However, the Essex club do have the second most expensive adult shirt in the division at £43, behind only York City (£43) with North Ferriby United (£29.99) the cheapest.
The lowest priced matchday ticket to watch Rovers was £20 and the highest £21.
Overall, the average cost of the cheapest adult home matchday ticket in the Premier League has decreased by 6% to £29.15.
"In the Premier League 14% of tickets have increased, 33% are down and 53% same". Porto charge just £86.31 for their cheapest pass, while Lionel Messi and Co can be seen at Barcelona for just £113.93 per season.
That is nothing compared to Paris Saint-Germain, who charge a staggering £233.12 for their most expensive single ticket.
A £30 away ticket cap was introduced in the Premier League at the start of the season, in the same year that a record £8bn TV rights deal came into effect.
Crystal Palace are third in the charts, at £23, while Sunderland, West Brom, Stoke and West Ham all offer tickets for £25.
Valencia and Marseille both offer staggeringly low tickets in continental Europe, at just £8.53 each. The negative spin would be that Liverpool are the most expensive season ticket outside of London.
Merchandise is below average for the division at Gillingham, with junior shirts costing £27 (£32.06 average) and adults £40 (£42.52). Bayern Munich, Schalke, Ajax, AC Milan and Juventus are 89.95 euros (£77.67).
The club's pies are priced £3.20, its cups of tea cost £2.20 and its programmes are £3.