Throwing A Pretty Penny Down To Watch Your Team

There’s a jogging path right next to Invesco Field. I went for a run on this path yesterday, and as I passed the stadium, I actually thought about ticket prices for next year. To my surprise, the Denver Post reported yesterday afternoon that the Broncos would not raise ticket prices for next season. Someone finally realized that the weak economy could keep fans away. The seating prices are as follows:

 Lower bowl, sideline: $110

Lower bowl, corners: $95

Lower bowl plaza/end zone: $77

Upper bowl, sideline: $63

Upper bowl, corners: $58

Upper bowl, end zone: $42

How do the Broncos compare with other NFL teams as far as prices for the total game experience? Take a look at this site that ranks teams according to ticket prices. It also includes parking fees, beer, and hot dogs among other things. As for the most costly stadium experience, the Patriots took the top seed while the Broncos took 9th. You can pay $35 to park at Gillette and see your team win or you can pay $10 to park in Detroit and see your team lose. Notice that Oakland has some cheap beer. I wonder if Al Davis is hoping the beer goggle phenomenon will be in full effect when they show his sagging face on the big screen in the third quarter. Why does it cost $24 for a 49ers hat while you can get a Cowboys hat for $10? If you scroll down, you can also see prices for the NBA, MLB, and NHL.

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