The three teams relegated from the Premier League will receive parachute payments during the next two seasons.
However, TV cash is the key. On average, each Prem team got £40m from TV this term - the Big Four more than £50m.
Yet each Championship side received less than £1m through TV revenue, rising to about £2m including the ladder payments.
Over the past two years, the difference between the Championship and the bottom Premier League side has risen from £19m to £28m.
Overall, the Premier League's total of £900m a season dwarfs the Football League's £33m per year.
And Prem relegation is estimated to cost a club between £25m and £30m in revenue this season.