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Broncos ticket prices up as much as 52 percent in four seasons

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Photo by Brandon Marshall
Peyton Manning at a 2012 press conference. Click to see our complete "Peyton Manning signs with the Broncos" slide show.
The Denver Broncos have just announced the ticket prices for the 2014-2015 season -- and while it's no surprise they've gone up, the amount some of them have risen is considerable. If our math is correct (and granted, that's a big if), the price for a prime field seat will now be more than 50 percent higher than it was in 2010-2011. Other bump ups range from modest for upper-level seats to substantial at the club level.

Here's the breakdown in several different categories.

Note: Figures courtesy of Mile High Report and 7News, which notes that 2,000 half-priced tickets will go on sale for each game at 1 p.m. on June 30; that's a Metropolitan Football Stadium District requirement. As such, we've included full and half-price amounts for each year from 2010 to 2014, along with dollar and percentage increases.

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Photo by Brandon Marshall. Click to see our complete "Peyton Manning signs with the Broncos" slide show.
Field seat, prime:

2010-2011: $125 full price, $62.50 half price.

2011-2012: $125 full price, $62.50 half price.

2012-2013: $175 full price, $87.50 half price.

2013-2014: $175 full price, $87.50 half price.

2014-2015: $190 full price, $95 half price.

Full ticket dollar increase from 2010-2011 to 2014-2015:> $65

Percentage increase from 2010-2011 to 2014-2015: 52 percent

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Photo by Brandon Marshall. Click to see our complete "Peyton Manning signs with the Broncos" slide show.
Field seat, goal lines:

2010-2011: N/A

2012-2012: N/A

2012-2013: $130 full price, $65 half price

2013-2014: $130 full price, $65 half price

2014-2-15: $155 full price, $77.50 half price

Full ticket dollar increase from 2012-2013 to 2014-2015: $25

Percentage increase from 2010-2011 to 2014-2015: 19 percent

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Photo by Brandon Marshall. Click to see our complete "Peyton Manning signs with the Broncos" slide show.
Field seat, corner:

2010-2011: N/A

2011-2012: N/A

2012-2013: $115 full price, $57.50 half price

2013-2014: $120 full price, $60 half price

2014-2015: $125 full price, $62.50 half price

Full ticket dollar increase from 2012-2011 to 2014-2015: $10

Percentage increase from 2012-2013 to 2014-2015: 8.7 percent

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Photo by Brandon Marshall. Click to see our complete "Peyton Manning signs with the Broncos" slide show.
Reserved seats @ Level:

2010-2011: $90 full price, $45 half price.

2011-2012: $90 full price, $45 half price.

2012-2013: $90 full price, $45 half price.

2013-2014: $95 full price, $47.50 half price.

2014-2015: $95 full price, $47.50 half price.

Full ticket dollar increase from 2012-2011 to 2014-2015: $5

Percentage increase from 2010-2011 to 2014-2015: 5.6 percent

Continue to see more Broncos ticket price comparisons from 2010-2011 to 2014-2015, including additional photos.


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muhutdafuga
muhutdafuga topcommenter

Thank you Patsy, for once again showing the greed of the top 1%, oh biggest welfare queen in Denver!  How's corporate welfare stadium working out for you?  Holding any fundraisers for your fellow republicans, welfare queen?

Doug Hubka
Doug Hubka

You can pay triple on Stub Hub. And it is legal

Doug Hubka
Doug Hubka

Bizarre story. The Broncos have already sent out bills for season tickets and all money was due by June 4th. The Broncos raise prices on 1/2 the stadium every other year. As long as they pay for guys like Manning, prices will go up.

Robert Hack
Robert Hack

Does whining about us whiners make you any better douchebag?

Paul Cadle Strunk
Paul Cadle Strunk

Colorado should raise the minimum wage so all you whiners can afford tickets...

Paul Cadle Strunk
Paul Cadle Strunk

quit being a whiner and make something of yourself, quit blaming others...

Dan Falliaux
Dan Falliaux

Will the prices come down when Manning retires and the Broncos descend back to McDaniels status of yesteryear?

Jordan Chavez
Jordan Chavez

Tax payer handout for the rich to become SuperRich. Thanks.

Madeline Wood
Madeline Wood

Me, too, Jack. When they built the new stadium the prices went up to something I could no longer afford. It was sad because I had waited like 15 years on the waiting list.

Madeline Wood
Madeline Wood

The only ones that are going to be able to go are the ones with the salary of Peyton Manning!

Vincent Lee Gagliardi
Vincent Lee Gagliardi

Guess they're trying to buy out that worthless 90 million dollar manning contract. Lol

Jack Quinn
Jack Quinn

I hope the corporate fans find time to get loud, but I doubt they will be like the old fans. I gave up my tickets 4 years ago and can't afford a single game now.

YoMama
YoMama

It's doesn't matter how much money they throw at the problem.  The Mile High Curse will win out!  Return the identity of the team! "MILE HIGH STADIUM"

muhutdafuga
muhutdafuga topcommenter

The Corporate Welfare Broncos, playing in Corporate Welfare Stadium, don't care much for the average good American.  That's why the Corporate Welfare Broncos are HUGE republicult fundraisers.

Robert Hack
Robert Hack

If dumb mufuckers will keep paying that much they'll keep charging it. What's the average price of a scalped ticket?

muhutdafuga
muhutdafuga topcommenter

It looks like you are the master of whining, all for a corporate welfare team.

muhutdafuga
muhutdafuga topcommenter

You hit the nail on the head!!!!  Funny how they want to end the trust fund baby tax!

muhutdafuga
muhutdafuga topcommenter

@YoMama But a Bane Capital owned company bought the naming rights from Denver's biggest recipient of welfare.

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