DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - Denver Broncos fans are shelling out big bucks on the secondary market for tickets for the 2014 season, according to online ticket broker SeatGeek.com.
Through July 1, Broncos fans have paid an average of $278 per ticket for regular season Broncos tickets, the highest amount SeatGeek has ever recorded for Denver home games.
Last year at this time, Broncos fans were paying an average of $270 per ticket on the resale market, SeatGeek said.
"Since Peyton Manning's arrival in 2012, Denver's average resale price has ranked in the top six in the league, and they finished last season as the third-most expensive behind only [Chicago] Bears and [New England] Patriots tickets," said Connor Gregoire, spokesman for SeatGeek.
As of Wednesday, the only teams with higher average ticket prices on the secondary market for the 2014 regular season were:
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