Peyton Manning will always be a big draw in Indianapolis, but the demand to see him in a Broncos jersey does seem to be diminishing. When he came back for the first time in 2013 the average resale price of a ticket was $312, but for this week’s game it is only $226, a drop of 28 percent.

While the prices are down from that 2013 game, this Sunday’s Broncos at Colts game is still one of the most expensive Colts home games in our database, which goes back to 2010. The only games with a higher resale price than Sunday’s game were a matchup with the Cowboys in 2010 that had an average resale price of $234, and the Broncos-Colts game in 2013.

Tickets to Denver Broncos at Indianpolis Colts

With the Colts struggling a bit this season, listing prices are dropping for this weekend’s game. Two weeks ago the median listing price for this game was $268, but it is now down to $194, a drop of 28 percent. A similar trend has shown up for the get-in prices, which have gone from $138 to $110.

While this game is a hot ticket in Indianapolis, it is only the fourth most expensive NFL game this week. These three games all have higher average resale prices:

Highest Avg. Resale Prices in the NFL This Week

Matchup Ticket Price
Redskins at Patriots $355
Packers at Panthers $273
Eagles at Cowboys $247

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