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Study: Broncos tickets on secondary market are second-most expensive, after Patriots

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DENVER — Broncos fans hoping to see a game in 2017 will have to turn over some serious money.

Tickets to games are among the most expensive in the league on the secondary market, according to a study by Vivid Seats.

The average Broncos ticket in 2017 will cost $302, up 42 percent from last year.

The only team with a higher average ticket price is the New England Patriots, at $380.

Atlanta Falcons fans might get suffer sticker shock when they see how much it will cost to see their favorite team play this season.

The average ticket price jumped 135 percent over last year to $259. The team is moving into a new stadium this season.

The study also looked at the most expensive matchups of 2017.

The opener between the Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs is the most expensive game, with an average ticket price of $692.

Fans will also have to drop some major cash to see the Patriots take on the Falcons. The average price of a ticket for the Oct. 22 game in Foxborough, Massachusetts, in a rematch of Super Bowl LI is $591.

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