The Manchester United Supporters' Trust have called upon the club's owners to cut season tickets prices for next season.
United pegged prices two years ago and only raised them this year due to an increase in VAT.
However, MUST chief executive Duncan Drasdo's believes that a drop in prices for those attending matches at Old Trafford is "long overdue".
"Given the lack of squad investment while huge revenues are coming in and the Glazers family constantly dipping into the club's bank account, it is long overdue that the loyal supporters received a cut in their ticket prices," said Drasdo
The club are believed to have 52,000 season ticket holders.