DENVER (KDVR) — Season Tickets for the Denver Broncos are on the rise.
A team spokesperson confirmed for FOX31 that a letter was sent to season ticket holders informing them that prices for the 2024 season will go up, on average, 7.9%.
“(I) kind of expected it would because it seems to be a re-occurring pattern,” Broncos fan Merry Brannon said. “But honestly, one of those where I’m gonna go, no matter what.”
The Broncos have had only one winning season since winning Super Bowl 50. They have not been to the playoffs, since.
The team finished last season at 8-9.
At this time the team has not made meaningful changes for the upcoming season, although this season is still underway.
Head coach Sean Payton is expected to remain with the team. There has been speculation that the team will try to trade or release quarterback Russell Wilson, although the team has not commented on this.
Source: Rocky Mountain News
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