Your Denver Broncos Ticket Might Cost Almost $600 by 2030
It's no secret that NFL tickets are pretty expensive. In fact, you'd have to pay $61 for a nosebleed seat at Sunday's (Dec. 12) Denver Broncos game. Unfortunately, ticket prices aren't likely to improve any time soon.
According to a new report from Bookies.com, the average Denver Broncos ticket currently costs around $104.99, and it's only going to get worse — especially if you have to get a resale ticket.
"The NFL is a multibillion-dollar industry, with millions of fans across the country. But not every fan is lucky enough to acquire a ticket through official sources," reads the report. "There's been a steady drop in tickets available on the resale market, however, accelerated by the limited capacity crowds during the pandemic."
The current cost of a secondhand ticket to a Denver Broncos game is around $300. The agency expects that cost to increase by about 119% in the next nine years, meaning that you could be forking up $588 for a resale Denver Broncos ticket by 2030.
Still, don't despair — unless you're a Las Vegas Raiders fan. By 2030, a resale Raiders ticket could cost almost $700, with tickets to the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Seattle Seahawks, and the Los Angeles Rams trailing closely behind in terms of price.
Bookies.com estimates that Houston Texans resale tickets will only cost around $196.00 by 2030. Perhaps it's time to change teams — with how the Denver Broncos are doing this year, it shouldn't be too hard.