Penny appears to have dropped for the cliubs who are set to take in millions form new TV deals.
Premier League clubs have agreed plans to cap the cost of tickets for away fans to £30 for the next three seasons.
Supporters at Liverpool recently organised a walk-out over proposed increases in season ticket prices.
Now the top flight’s 20 clubs have “unanimously agreed” that more should be done to help away fans. The £30 away ticket cap will be introduced from next season.
In a statement, the Premier League said clubs recognised that away fans are “essential” for match atmosphere and have additional travel and ticket costs.
The statement also said the clubs believed a collective initiative was the right way to provide support for away supporters.
The statement said: “At their last meeting (4 February 2016) clubs unanimously agreed that more should be done to help away fans and, after consideration of a range of options, have now decided to introduce the new £30 maximum price for away tickets.”
The Football Supporters’ Federation (FSF) has long campaigned for cheaper tickets and wanted prices for away fans capped at £20.
FSF director of communications Michael Brunskill welcomed Wednesday’s announcement, calling it “good news for fan groups around the country”.
He added: “This shows that clubs will listen to reasonable, well articulated mass movements.”
Arsenal – the club with the most expensive season tickets – announced its own two-year price freeze on tickets at the Emirates Stadium along with paying for an extra £4 discount for fans travelling to away games, meaning they should never pay more than £26.
The Premier League has sold television rights to its games for a record £5.136bn, 71% above last time.