Tim Tebow’s emergence as the Broncos starting quarterback helped lead the team to a division title, but it won’t result in a hefty increase in prices to tickets to watch him play next season.
The Broncos announced Friday that they will be raising the prices of some tickets to Sports Authority Field at Mile High (you’d think they’d need a price increase just to maintain all the letters on the signage) and lowering others next season. The biggest jump comes for lower sideline seats, which will rise 13.6 percent to $125 per game next season. Other seats are going up, but the net result is just a 0.6 percent rise across the entire stadium.
Most of the decreases are coming to seats in the club sections with some dropping by 19.6 percent before next season. The Denver Post has the complete list of price changes coming to the stadium next season.
Earlier Friday, the Lions announced they would be raising the price of their tickets by eight percent on average.