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Broncos ticket prices up as much as 52 percent in four seasons

The Denver Broncos have just announced the ticket prices for the 2014-2015 season -- and while it's no surprise they've gone up, the amount some of them have risen is considerable. If our math is correct (and granted, that's a big if), the price for a prime field seat will now be more than 50 percent higher than it was in 2010-2011. Other bump ups range from modest for upper-level seats to substantial at the club level.

Here's the breakdown in several different categories.

Note: Figures courtesy of Mile High Report and 7News, which notes that 2,000 half-priced tickets will go on sale for each game at 1 p.m. on June 30; that's a Metropolitan Football Stadium District requirement. As such, we've included full and half-price amounts for each year from 2010 to 2014, along with dollar and percentage increases.

Field seat, prime:

2010-2011: $125 full price, $62.50 half price.

2011-2012: $125 full price, $62.50 half price.

2012-2013: $175 full price, $87.50 half price.

2013-2014: $175 full price, $87.50 half price.

2014-2015: $190 full price, $95 half price.

Full ticket dollar increase from 2010-2011 to 2014-2015:> $65

Percentage increase from 2010-2011 to 2014-2015: 52 percent

Field seat, goal lines:

2010-2011: N/A

2012-2012: N/A

2012-2013: $130 full price, $65 half price

2013-2014: $130 full price, $65 half price

2014-2-15: $155 full price, $77.50 half price

Full ticket dollar increase from 2012-2013 to 2014-2015: $25

Percentage increase from 2010-2011 to 2014-2015: 19 percent

Field seat, corner:

2010-2011: N/A

2011-2012: N/A

2012-2013: $115 full price, $57.50 half price

2013-2014: $120 full price, $60 half price

2014-2015: $125 full price, $62.50 half price

Full ticket dollar increase from 2012-2011 to 2014-2015: $10

Percentage increase from 2012-2013 to 2014-2015: 8.7 percent

Reserved seats @ Level:

2010-2011: $90 full price, $45 half price.

2011-2012: $90 full price, $45 half price.

2012-2013: $90 full price, $45 half price.

2013-2014: $95 full price, $47.50 half price.

2014-2015: $95 full price, $47.50 half price.

Full ticket dollar increase from 2012-2011 to 2014-2015: $5

Percentage increase from 2010-2011 to 2014-2015: 5.6 percent

Continue to see more Broncos ticket price comparisons from 2010-2011 to 2014-2015, including additional photos. Field.Plaza:

2010-2011: $85 full price, $42.50 half price.

2011-2012: $85 full price, $42.50 half price.

2012-2013: $85 full price, $42.50 half price.

2013-2014: $90 full price, $45 half price.

2014-2015: $95 full price, $47.50 half price.

Full ticket dollar increase from 2012-2011 to 2014-2015: $10

Percentage increase from 2010-2011 to 2014-2015: 11.7 percent

Upper level, sideline:

2010-2011: $70 full price, $35 half price.

2011-2012: $70 full price, $35 half price.

2012-2013: $75 full price, $37.50 half price.

2013-2014: $75 full price, $37.50 half price.

2014-2015: $76 full price, $38 half price.

Full ticket dollar increase from 2012-2011 to 2014-2015: $6

Percentage increase from 2010-2011 to 2014-2015: 8.6 percent

Upper level, corner:

2010-2011: $60 full price, $30 half price.

2011-2012: $60 full price, $30 half price.

2012-2013: $60 full price, $30 half price.

2013-2014: $65 full price, $32.50 half price.

2014-2015: $65 full price, $32.50 half price.

Full ticket dollar increase from 2012-2011 to 2014-2015: $5

Percentage increase from 2010-2011 to 2014-2015: 8.3 percent

Club level, starting price:

2010-2011: $195 full price, half price N/A.

2011-2012: $160 full price, half price N/A.

2012-2013: $180 full price, half price N/A.

2013-2014: $180 full price, half price N/A.

2014-2015: $230 full price, half price N/A.

Full ticket dollar increase from 2012-2011 to 2014-2015: $45 ($70 from 2011-2012)

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Percentage increase from 2010-2011 to 2014-2015: 23.1 percent (44 percent from 2011-2012)

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