DENVER - The Broncos vs. Chiefs game is just days away and sports enthusiasts are calling this the biggest matchup between the two teams in 16 years.
It seems everyone wants a chance to see that rivalry play out live in the Mile High City.
For fans coming to Colorado, ticket prices will be a real shocker.
The two teams have the highest combined winning percentage of two teams playing each other this late in the season since 1969.
So, of course, if you're watching something that hasn't happened in 34 years, it's going to be expensive.
As of Friday afternoon, ticket proves ranged between $300 to $5,500.
Denver business owner Candy Lewis of A Lewis Tickets buys tickets from season ticket holders who don't plan to use them. She said a lot of those sellers are hoping to get back what they paid for the entire season off Sunday's game.
Lewis exclaimed excitedly that sales can be summed up in one word: crazy.
"The Kansas City vs. Denver game has been bigger than the Broncos home opening game with Baltimore, or the Washington Red Skins game which was huge for us. Yet, the Chiefs vs. Broncos demand is just nuts right now," she said.
Lewis said Chiefs fans still looking to get into the game can expect to dole out a wad of cash for top row seats.