The Denver Broncos versus “America’s Team” is always a big deal. Also in the preseason.
When the Cowboys and Broncos play their event opener on Saturday, August 13 at Empower Area at Mile High, it won’t be cheap to enter the door. According to Vivid Seats, the cheapest cost of admission is $50. It makes it one of the most expensive preseason game throughout all three weeks in the NFL on that particular specific secondary market, omitting the Hall of Popularity Video Game in Canton.
For point of view, you can most likely to the Titans at Ravens for $6, or the Colts at Costs for $4. That must be 4 challengers in the AFC, yet evidently no one in those cities appreciates the preseason. The Broncos 2nd preseason video game at Buffalo on August 20 has tickets for as reduced as $6. A check out from the Vikings on August 27 is as economical as $25.
The only thing that resembles matching the Broncos and Cowboys is the two preseason games in Las Vegas. When the Raiders host the Vikings in Week 1 that’ll run you a minimum of $41 as well as when they welcome in the Patriots on August 26 those are opting for a minimum of $48.
So why is the Broncos and also Cowboys showdown the highest possible cost in the NFL? Two factors enter your mind. First, it’s Russell Wilson’s launching in Orange and also Blue. He played 10 years in Seattle as well as followers intend to say they were there for his very first video game of what must hopefully be a special run in Denver. Yes, Wilson will barely play (if everything), yet folks do not seem to care.
Second, it’s the Cowboys. Wherever they go, a group makes sure to follow. If the challenger had been the Jaguars, there’s no chance tickets would certainly’ve resembled $50. They ‘d most likely be more like the $25 against the Vikings.
None of this is “a great deal” of money contrasted to what followers will certainly invest in the normal period, however it’s not spending money, either. Preseason football is rather darn bad for most of the game, so it’s a dedication to shell out $50 to see a series or more of the starters.
And it resembles people are willing to do that the most for the Broncos and Cowboys. Preseason football, infant!