Want to go to Packers-Broncos? Better be ready to break the bank

Published Oct. 31, 2015 12:59 p.m. ET

Broncos and Packers. Peyton Manning and Aaron Rodgers. Two of the five remaining unbeaten teams in the NFL and two of the greatest quarterbacks in league history, even if Manning has shown signs of decline this year.

It's a heck of a matchup, one some are calling a potential Super Bowl preview, and the ticket prices for Sunday's game at Sports Authority Field in Denver bear that out. As of Saturday morning, the average secondary-market ticket price, according to TiqIQ, was $703.04, and the lowest get-in price is a remarkable $414.

Those prices make it the most expensive game in the NFL so far this year and the most expensive game remaining in Denver this season.

The Packers are favored by 2.5 points against the Broncos in the first meeting between 6-0 teams since 2007.