DENVER - Some Denver Broncos fans, even those who can't afford game tickets, will still want to be in the middle of all the action.
9NEWS looked at a few different travel options, including trains, planes and automobiles.
A roundtrip ticket from Denver to New York City on Amtrak will cost about $350.
A roundtrip ticket on Greyhound is about $360.
9NEWS also priced flights from Denver International Airport to airports in the New York area. On Priceline, roundtrip tickets start as low as $330 and go all the way up to $500. Those tickets leave Friday before the game and return to Denver on Monday. Expedia and Travelocity had similar prices.
Once you get there, you'll have to find a place to stay. A few two-star hotels are as little as $150 a night. You could also pay as much as $900 for a four-star hotel in Manhattan.
To avoid staying in a hotel, you could rent a RV. 9NEWS talked with two rental companies in the metro. The cheapest RV with sleeper compartments was $110 per day. It's about 23-feet long and could comfortably fit four to five people. Don't forget about gas though. This size RV has a 55-gallon gas tank and gets 8 to 10 mpg. Met-Life Stadium is 1,776 miles from Sports Authority Field.
***Note: Any of these prices could change at a moment's notice.***
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