Sides including Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal, Cardiff City and Manchester United are charging up to £10 for adding an official league badge.
That’s on top of the standard shirt price of between £40 and £60.
Fans are being confronted with budget airline-style add-on options when buying shirts online.
North London giants Spurs top the extras league of shame, charging punters £10 for adding Premier League badges to a shirt.
Meanwhile, Arsenal fans are being asked to cough up an additional £7 to add two Premier League badges to their kit and £5 for a single Champions League badge.
The extras mean the cost of an Arsenal replica shirt could soar to £74.50.
Champions Manchester United and Merseyside giants Everton charge punters £6 to gift-wrap purchases.
Swansea City adds £8 to the cost of a jersey if you want a Premier League badge on it.
Similarly, Premier League new boys Cardiff City are demanding £6 more for Premier League badges on their shirts.
Of the 20 clubs, 15 charge £6 for Premier League badges on shirts.
“The important thing is that clubs are clear from the outset about how much names, numbers or league badges cost.”
A spokesman for the Football Supporters’ Federation
Norwich City charge £7 for two badges and £3.50 for one.
Last night a spokesman for the Football Supporters’ Federation warned clubs they should not try to add on costs.
He said: “The important thing is that clubs are clear from the outset about how much names, numbers or league badges cost.
“With airlines you can unexpectedly find added extras appearing – customers almost expect it now.
“But fans have a different relationship with their football team and clubs should respect that trust.”
A spokesman for Manchester United said: “Manchester United does not set the price of any of the goods in its megastore or online, that is a matter of MUML – a wholly-owned subsidiary of Nike.
“As a result, we cannot comment on pricing.”
Nike, Cardiff City and Arsenal all failed to respond to calls for comment.
A spokesman for Spurs said: “Since the advent of the Premier League, the badges have always been an optional extra and down to the preferences of the individual fan as shirts are worn across a number of competitions.
“Our pricing for these badges has remained unchanged for the last seven years.”
Last year we named and shamed clubs for overcharging punters when posting out merchandise.