England fans can expect to pay in the region of £5,385 ($7,268) to watch the Three Lions make it all the way to the final of the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
The 1966 winners and perennial underachievers were placed in Group G at the draw ceremony held at Moscow's State Kremlin Palace concert hall on Friday (1 December) and will begin their latest campaign - as they did at France 98 - against Tunisia in the industrial city of Volgograd on the evening of 18 June.
Gareth Southgate's side, who won eight and lost none of their 10 qualifiers, then travel to Nizhny Novgorod six days later to contest a first-ever meeting with tournament debutants Panama.
Belgium's so-called golden generation lie in wait in Kaliningrad on 28 June, where they will hope to improve upon their record of just one win in 23 fixtures against England.
The winners of Group G are scheduled to face the runners-up of Group H and vice versa, meaning it's likely that either Poland or Colombia will come next provided that England improve upon their performance in Brazil four years ago and actually qualify for the knockout rounds.
That is also assuming that neither Japan nor Sadio Mane and Senegal are able to spring a shock.
A possible last-16 tie would take place in either Rostov or Moscow, with a quarter-final in Kazan or Samara. The semi-finals are being held in Moscow and Saint Petersburg respectively, while the final itself is at the 81,000-capacity Luzhniki Stadium on Sunday 15 July.
According to data collated by online travel company TravelBird, England's supporters would be set to pay approximately £5,385 including domestic flights, match tickets, accommodation and other expenses if they win the group from slot G4 and reach the final.
That figure is calculated for an "economy" budget, with a VIP package potentially costing up to an eye-watering £13,967.
"Historical data has shown that it's worth booking your World Cup trip as quickly as possible," warned TravelBird head of marketing Marc Van der Hulst. "Prices for flights and overnight hotel stays in particular can skyrocket by 25% per month after the draw, and by as much as 150% by April 2018, due to the complex pricing algorithms of airlines and hotels."
England had already confirmed that they would be based in the four-star ForRestMix hotel in Repino, a village not far outside of Saint Petersburg in the Gulf of Finland, regardless of the result of Friday's draw.
That means that Southgate and co will travel some 4066 miles during the group stages alone. While that may sound like a lot, in the context of the largest country in the world that contains no fewer than 11 different time zones, it could have been far worse.