It's no secret that NFL tickets are pretty expensive. In fact, you'd have to pay $61 for a nosebleed seat at Sunday's (Dec. 12) Denver Broncos game. Unfortunately, ticket prices aren't likely to improve any time soon.

According to a new report from Bookies.com, the average Denver Broncos ticket currently costs around $104.99, and it's only going to get worse — especially if you have to get a resale ticket.

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"The NFL is a multibillion-dollar industry, with millions of fans across the country. But not every fan is lucky enough to acquire a ticket through official sources," reads the report. "There's been a steady drop in tickets available on the resale market, however, accelerated by the limited capacity crowds during the pandemic."

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The current cost of a secondhand ticket to a Denver Broncos game is around $300. The agency expects that cost to increase by about 119% in the next nine years, meaning that you could be forking up $588 for a resale Denver Broncos ticket by 2030.

Still, don't despair — unless you're a Las Vegas Raiders fan. By 2030, a resale Raiders ticket could cost almost $700, with tickets to the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Seattle Seahawks, and the Los Angeles Rams trailing closely behind in terms of price.

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Bookies.com estimates that Houston Texans resale tickets will only cost around $196.00 by 2030. Perhaps it's time to change teams — with how the Denver Broncos are doing this year, it shouldn't be too hard.

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