INDIANAPOLIS — If you love the Broncos and you can get a quick flight to Indianapolis, you could snag a heck of a deal.
The $6 seats are in the nosebleed sections of the stadium. Lower-level seats are as cheap as $50.
To put that in perspective, a beer at Lucas Oil Stadium costs about $7.50.
This doesn’t include the cost of a last-minute flight to Indianapolis or a hotel room in the city. But that’s beside the point.
The single-digit prices seem to be a Colts issue with tickets for their New Years Eve home game against the Houston Texans also listed at $6.
The Colts have also had a terrible season with a 3-10 record.
Broncos tickets for their next home game on Dec. 31 against the Kansas City Chiefs are starting at $72.
The Broncos have had a rough season with a 4-9 record.
After an eight-game losing streak, the team finally won Sunday over the Jets after they were eliminated from playoff contention.
Tickets for Sunday’s game at Sports Authority Field started at $41, which is lower than usual.
Even though the team still sold out the stadium, there were 5,186 unused tickets.
The Broncos have sold out every home game since 1970.