A QPR supporters' group has called on the club to reduce season ticket prices following their relegation to the npower Championship.
Despite two years of huge investment, QPR were relegated from the Barclays Premier League with four matches to spare yesterday when they drew 0-0 at Reading, who also went down because of the result.
The west London club, who earned promotion to the top flight two years ago, will next year be playing at places like Turf Moor and Portman Road rather than Old Trafford and Stamford Bridge, and supporters feel that should be reflected in season ticket prices.
Rangers' current ticket prices span from £499-£949 whereas their Championship neighbours in London like Millwall charge just £249 for their cheapest season ticket.
That, and the fact that the club's supporters have filled Loftus Road for most of the season despite the team's poor showing, means fans deserve to pay less when they watch their team in the Championship next season, according to QPR1st Supporters Trust.
The group's chair, Stephen Dedridge, said: "If we were paying what we are now we would be paying over the odds so we would like a reduction.
"We have been discussing with the board what they might do regarding season ticket prices and we are just hoping the board will appreciate they need to incentivise the fans to keep their interest.
"A lot of us will still go providing that the club respects our loyalty. If what they charge us is comparable to what other clubs pay that will be a big step forward.
"People will come providing that the club isn't expecting them to pay for the horrendous mistakes it has made."
Dedridge says QPR approached a number of supporters' groups in the last few weeks to discuss ticket prices and he expects an announcement to be made in the coming week.
QPR owner Tony Fernandes reduced ticket prices when he took over the club in August 2011 after his predecessor Flavio Briatore had introduced a huge hike following the team's promotion to the Barclays Premier League.
Despite Fernandes' investment in the squad, and the appointment of Harry Redknapp as manager last November, Rangers always looked destined for relegation as their highly paid players struggled to deal with the pace of the top-flight.
But Dedridge does not expect the home crowd to give the team a hostile reception when they take on Arsenal at Loftus Road on Saturday in the first game since their relegation was confirmed.
"I don't think there will be boos," he said.
"The fans are just tired of the season. They just want it to be over. They are too tired to be angry."
He also predicts there will be little if any animosity towards defender Jose Bosingwa, who drew criticism from some, including Joey Barton, for appearing to smile and laugh with Reading defender Daniel Carrico following the final whistle at the Madejski Stadium yesterday.
"I suspect they won't really care (about Bosingwa)," Dedridge said of the right-back, who earns £65,000 a week.
"There isn't an intensity around people's emotions at the moment. People are just a bit numb.
"I wouldn't single him out. He just got caught out. I think that's irrelevant."