We took a grand total of 32,501 supporters on our 23 league away journeys during the season just gone, so can we top that in 2019-20?
We may have lost the mammoth trips to recently relegated Ipswich Town and Premier League-bound Norwich City, but we'll be travelling more miles next season.
Yorkshire pair Huddersfield Town and Barnsley see us take in two fairly local trips, with Sheffield United and Aston Villa joining Norwich in the top flight.
But with Fulham and Charlton Athletic set to play their football back in the second tier, they'll be two of five trips to the capital for Tony Mowbray's men next term.
One of those remaining three London clubs will be our longest trek of the campaign, with a huge 496-mile round trip needed to go from Ewood Park to The Den and back.
Trips abroad - of sorts - come in the form of Swansea City and Cardiff City, who return to the Championship following a season in the Premier League, with Neil Warnock surely eyeing up an instand return to the top flight and with it a ninth promotion as a manager.
Our near neighbours Preston North End remain our most local game, with PNE being one of three clubs that allow us to go there and back in double figure mileage - the others being Wigan Athletic and Huddersfield.
The full list of round trips to each of our 23 league opponents can be found below:
Birmingham City: 226 miles
Huddersfield Town: 88 miles