Liverpool collect the most money, while Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United, Everton, Newcastle United all fared well.
Despite wrapping up the Premier League title on the final day of the season, Manchester City (£98m) do not take home the highest cash prize when factoring in winnings and revenue generated from television broadcasts as that honour is bestowed unto Liverpool (£99m).
In the data table above, total prize money starts high with City at top, with £24m awarded for their first place finish, and decreases in value the lower down the table one progresses, until finally Cardiff City take £1.2m with them after their relegation to the Championship.
However, a more prominent placement on Sky Sports and BT Sport channels during game-time can elevate a club's total fund far higher, with clubs like Liverpool, Manchester United and Newcastle United benefiting from an armchair fanbase.
Liverpool's TV revenue stream for the 2013-14 season was £79m, higher than the recently crowned champions; City (£74m), while United, too, took home £74.2m from television and Newcastle received £65.6m, despite languishing in mid-table obscurity.
Ultimately, the biggest losers in this table are, unsurprisingly, those who were relegated from the Premier League - Norwich City, Fulham and Cardiff - as they will neither receive top division prize money nor the substantial income from broadcasting deals.