Reading FC fans have been left outraged after the details and prices were released for the Royals upcoming away fixture at QPR.

Set for January 29th at 3PM, Reading have been given an inital allocation of 1,300 tickets but the steep price could put some fans off of making the trip to west London. 

The tickets have been split into 'Gold' and 'Silver' categories. Admission for an adult will set you back £34 in the gold section and £29 in silver. Meanwhile those over the age of 61 and between the ages of 18-24 will have to pay £24 for gold and £20 for silver. Under 17s are being charged £17 and £14.

The Premier League clubs have continued to institute a £30 cap for away ticket prices but no such cap exists in the Championship allowing clubs like QPR to charge whatever they feel is fair. But understandably, Royals are not happy at being asked to pay even more than Premier League fans do for Championship football.

Reading, meanwhile, are charging significantly less than the £34/£29 QPR are demanding, with the cheapest tickets for the club's upcoming meeting with Luton Town costing £23 and that number dropping to £18 for February's meeting with Coventry City.