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Let the hype begin! The New England Patriots will play host to the Denver Broncos in the Divisional Round of the AFC Playoffs. The game will be played at Gillette Stadium on Saturday, January 14 at 8:00 pm. The winner of the Patriots vs. Broncos game will move on to the AFC Championship Game the following week to play the winner of Baltimore vs. Houston for a chance to represent the AFC at Super Bowl XLVI.

New England Patriots vs. Denver Broncos Playoff Tickets

The Patriots were kings of the AFC East Division, finishing the regular season with a 13-3 record. That earned them the #1 seed and a first-round bye in the AFC Playoffs. The Broncos, meanwhile, captured the AFC West title despite finishing 8-8 and losing their final three games. Against the Steelers they found the same groove that helped them win six straight games earlier in the year, and Tim Tebow was once again magic when it mattered most (with a little help from Demaryius Thomas). It was the Broncos first AFC Playoff win since 2005, and they have a tough challenge ahead of them in order to get number two. Denver and New England faced off in Week 15, with the Broncos holding a 16-7 lead mid-way through the second quarter. From that point on, Tom Brady and the Pats pretty much did as they pleased, outscoring Tebow and Company 38-7 en route to an 18 point victory.

No matter which team you root for, it’s going to cost you at least $150 to get into the Patriots vs. Broncos game. A look at the secondary ticket market reveals prices in the upper-deck right at $150, and lower-level seats starting at a little over $200. Now, the prices on the secondary market are subject to fluctuations and will undoubtedly change throughout the week and into next weekend. Sometimes prices will go down, but considering how enthusiastic Patriots fans are about this year’s team (not to mention the Tebow Factor), demand figures to go up the closer to game day we get.

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