Broncos elect to raise ticket prices after back-to-back losing seasons

Oct 1, 2018; Denver, CO, USA; Denver Broncos center Matt Paradis (61) prepares to snap the ball to quarterback Case Keenum (4) against the Kansas City Chiefs at Broncos Stadium at Mile High. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

The Denver Broncos will be raising season ticket prices for the 2019 season, according to multiple local reports.

The price increase is the first in three years, but comes off the heels of back-to-back losing seasons. As explained by Ryan O’Halloran of the Denver Post, the 1 percent increase will impact roughly 95 percent of general seats.

According to a Broncos spokesman, Denver’s ticket prices have now risen 5 percent over the last five years, which ranks in the bottom 10 of the NFL. During the 2018 season, Denver had a renewal rate of 98 percent. As it currently stands, there  are 80,000 people on the waitlist for season tickets.

During the 2019 season, the Broncos will play Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, Jacksonville, Tennessee and its three divisional opponents at home.

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