No Broncos season-ticket hike for first time since 2011

Posted at 5:33 PM, Feb 01, 2017
and last updated 2017-02-02 02:58:23-05

DENVER -- Following a playoff-free season, the Broncos made a decision popular with fans. 

Denver will not raise season-ticket prices for the first time since 2011, the team confirmed. Given the loyalty of their supporters and previous hikes, the Broncos determined it was the right time for a freeze. Denver finished 9-7 a year ago, missing the postseason after winning Super Bowl 50. 

Beginning in 1970, the Broncos have sold out every game save for two replacement contests in 1987. Denver ran its streak to 365 regular-season sellouts in 2016, the longest active streak in the NFL. Combine playoffs and the streak sits at 387.

A look at the longest active regular-season sellout streaks:

1. Broncos 365

2. Steelers 349

3. Giants 328

4. Packers 326


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